Fox is behind in terms of late night shows. It's not like they haven't been trying. They managed to get Joan RIvers, Chevy Chase, Spike Feresten and even landed Arsenio Hall a couple of times. Sadly, nothing's ever stuck as long as the other broadcast networks.
The network is taking another turn with the genre with a familiar face. Variety reports Neal Brennan is developing, writing, directing, executive producing and hosting a weekly series for Fox. As far as descriptions, the show is said to feature "a topical political and cultural talk show with sketches and man on the street segments."
A presentation was recently shot and, should the show move forward, it'd air in the spring.