The fates of several Fox series are still very much up in the air.
With a handful of shows already renewed, the network's plans will become clearer in the current weeks. With so many underperforming dramas, there's a good chance some of them will make it for another season.
New Girl, which we earlier thought was a sure thing, has been downgraded. The cast seems to think there's a very real possibility the show is toast.
Sleepy Hollow has been lucky in the past, but don't expect it to be this time around. Being the lowest rated drama will send it straight to the TV show afterlife.
Have a look below to find out how all of the Fox shows stack up.
We have separate posts for CBS, The CW, NBC and ABC.
Empire - Renewed
Empire is down almost 30 percent in Season 3, but it is still the number one show on Fox by a long way. Season 3 is averaging 8.6 million viewers and a 3.2 rating among adults 18-49. The show catapults double digits in delayed viewing, so it will be on the air for another few years.
The Simpsons - Renewed
Thanks to multiple NFL overruns, The Simpsons is up almost 15 percent to 4.6 million viewers and a 1.9 rating. This one is not going anywhere.
24: Legacy - Likely Cancellation
This show was poised to be a big hit, but it has struggled in the ratings. Season 1 is averaging 5.7 million viewers and a 1.6 rating. Take out the premieres 6.1 rating and the show is averaging a 1.0 rating. It is not doing as well as Gotham was in the slot. Unless ratings turn around, the franchise could be over.
Lethal Weapon - Renewed
Lethal Weapon has been a surprising success for Fox. It averaged 6.5 million viewers and a 1.6 rating. It held up well airing without Empire, so it can hold its own.
Star - Renewed
Star was a surprising success story for Fox. It averaged 4.2 million viewers and a 1.3 rating. It performed well in delayed viewing.
Family Guy - Certain Renewal
Family Guy is down almost 10 percent this season. It is currently averaging 2.9 million viewers and a 1.3 rating. The show gets a decent bump in delayed viewing and will be around for another few years.