When ABC's "Modern Family" and Fox's "Glee" became breakout successes for the 2009-10 TV season -- and scored a total of 33 Emmy nominations between them, including a series win for "Modern Family"…
Fox was first out of the gate with new series orders late Tuesday, giving the greenlight to a handful of comedy and drama pilots, including the "Bones" spinoff and J.J. Abrams' "Alcatraz."
Fox's "Glee" and CBS' "NCIS" both fell from their lofty ratings levels of last week, but still topped Tuesday and led their respective nets to a split of the night's young-adult lead.
Having been cooped for days at Pasadena's Langham Hotel, TV Critics Assn. members were finally let off campus Tuesday night to drink, dine and dish with Fox and FX execs and talent.
What's good for the Israeli sitcom "Traffic Light" could also be good for Fox.
Pilot producers got the calls they were waiting for on Wednesday.
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