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Fox's Fall Preview

Jessica Simpson will guest star on That '70s Show.
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Jennifer Aniston will be a guest voice on King of the Hill.
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Fastlane is a new series on Fox.
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Fox's Fall Preview - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
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Finally, no more reruns! Fox's line-up is jam-packed with celebrity guest stars like Jessica Simpson and Leny Kravitiz and new shows like Fastlane and Oliver Beene.

It's always exciting when your fave shows come back for a new season especially after watching months of boring reruns. The first couple of new episodes are usually really exciting cuz you get to find out how all those cliffhangers you've been itching about all summer finally end-up. With returning old faves also come the new shows, each one hoping to be the "next big thing."

This fall on Fox the line-up is packed with celebrities. Here's a look at who will be droppin' in for guest spots on some of your fave Fox TV shows - and what new shows you should look out for.

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That '70s Show

A new girl throws a curve ball into the on-again-off-again relationship between Kelso and Jackie. Pop diva Jessica Simpson plays that girl. Jessica Simpson makes her TV acting debut as a guest star on three episodes playing Annette, a hot California girl Kelso hooks up with on a trip to Cali. Kelso is surprised to discover that unlike Jackie, Annette is supportive, sweet and a virgin. Mark your calendars for Jessica Simpson's appearance and the return of That '70s Show on September 17th, 8:00 PM ET/PT on Fox.

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The Simpsons

Get set for rocker Lenny Kravitz to add his voice to The Simpsons and appear as himself in the season premiere airing November 10th, 8:00 PM ET/PT on Fox. Lenny Kravitz isn't the only musical guest star in the premiere episode, which also stars Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Elvis Costello and Tom Petty as themselves.

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King of the Hill

Another animated series you can expect to see plenty of celebrity guest voices on is King of the Hill. This season will feature guest voices from Jennifer Aniston of Friends, Topher Grace and Danny Masterson from That '70s Show, Pamela Anderson and Kid Rock. Other voices include Lucy Liu from Charlie's Angels, Debra Messing from Will & Grace and Bernie Mac from The Bernie Mac Show.

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Boston Public

Joey McIntyre guest stars on the first three episodes of Boston Public as Colin Flynn, a hot young teacher who quickly becomes one of the most popular teachers at Winslow High School. Your aunt or mom might may know Joey McIntyre from the '80s boy band, New Kids on The Block. Years before *NSYNC was making girls faint, Joey McIntyre was a member of one of the hottest bands on the planet. Boston Public returns for its third season on October 21st, 8:00 PM ET/PT on Fox.

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Fastlane

Fasten your seat belts cuz this new one-hour show heads straight for the Fastlane, following two undercover cops as they hunt down some of the worst criminals in Los Angeles. Fastlane stars Peter Facinelli, from The Scorpion King, former MTV veejay, Bill Bellamy and Beverly Hills, 90210 bad girl Tiffani Thiessen. The first episode of Fastlane airs September 18th, 9:00 PM ET/PT - so be sure to mark your calendars for this fast-paced, crime-fighting drama.

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Oliver Beene

Oliver Beene is a new half-hour comedy show that takes you back to 1962. Grant Rosenmeyer plays 11 year-old Oliver Beene, who comes from an eccentric family and like most kids wishes his family was "normal." The sitcom follows Oliver Beene through the ins and outs of growing-up during the 1960s and uses flashbacks and narrating to tell his story. Looks like this story could be kinda like The Wonder Years, which starred Fred Savage (aka Moley, Moley, Moley from Austin Powers in Goldmember.) Oliver Beene airs Sunday night at 7:30 PM ET/PT on Fox.

Any thoughts on the new Fox line-up? Any shows you're willing to become a couch potato for?

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