Fox has picked up unscripted Dick Wolf series First Responders Live. Josh Elliott, formerly of CBS News, will host. The show offers a live look at first responders as they answer emergency calls across the country. First Responders Live premieres Wednesday, June 12.
The show “will provide a raw, in-depth look at the brave American heroes, including firefighters, police officers, EMS technicians and first responders, who put their own lives on the line as they race into danger to save others,” said Fox.
First Responders Live will embed cameras in multiple cities across the country to document “a night in the life of these units.”
“I am thrilled to work with the legendary Dick Wolf on a show that will give
Dick Wolf is expanding his TV empire with an unscripted series at Fox.
The network has ordered First Responders Live, which will follow firefighters, police officers and EMS personnel from around the country during a night on the job. Former Good Morning America anchor Josh Elliott will host the Live PD-esque show, which premieres June 12.
“I am thrilled to work with the legendary Dick Wolf on a show that will give viewers a unique look at the bravest and most courageous among us, as they jump into the fray to rescue and save lives,” said Rob Wade, president alternative entertainment and specials, Fox Entertainment. “With the success of our drama 911, viewers have a strong appetite for stories based in this world. Watching real first responders spring into action as they answer these calls will be a thrilling, edge-of-your-seat journey for viewers each week.”
Bomer has officially joined the DC Universe on ‘Doom Patrol.’
Introduced in the fourth episode of Titans, this band of misfit heroes features Matt Bomer as Larry Trainor/Negative Man, Brendan Fraser as Cliff Steele/Robotman, April Bowlby as Elasti-Woman, Diane Guerrero as Crazy Jane, Joivan Wade as Victor Stone/Cyborg and Timothy Dalton as Dr. Niles Caulder/The Chief.
Riding its successful strategy of showcasing a mix of entertaining and socially-relevant original content that attracts a young, multicultural audience, Fuse Media has entered the scripted animation genre by greenlighting Sugar and Toys. The provocative new series will join a 2019 lineup of music culture programming that also includes new seasons of the returning originals Complex x Fuse and T-Pain’s School of Business on Fuse and Big Boy’s Neighborhood on FM (Fuse Music).
“Our platforms are fast becoming destinations for hard-to-reach, young viewers that demand content that takes a stand by tapping into their passions and values through the musicians and influencers we feature in our series,” said J-T Ladt, Fuse Media chief content officer. “We are excited to be entering into the impactful animation space in a big way with the provocative Sugar and Toys while renewing our franchise series that