Fox cancels 'America's Most Wanted'
Fox said it would do four, two-hour 'America's Most Wanted' specials next season, but it will no longer be a regular fixture on the network schedule
The Hamilton Spectator
NEW YORK, N.Y. — Fox is cancelling America's Most Wanted, the Saturday night show that has profiled criminals on the lam since 1988, and replacing it on the network's regular schedule with reruns.
The network, as part of its new season schedule announcement on Monday, said it will introduce eight new series next year. They include Simon Cowell's talent show The X Factor, which was given time slots in the fall similar to American Idol.
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