New Girl is on its way out and Brooklyn Nine Nine airs sporadically but that's not stopping their parent network. Seeing this as an opportunity to expand its comedy show coverage, The Hollywood Reporter says Fox has decided to fully order two new shows to its slim slate. The first show, Ghosted, stars Adam Scott and Craig Ferguson as believer and skeptic respectively who are recruited by The Bureau Underground to examine paranormal activity in Los Angeles. But there is a bigger mystery afoot.
The second series -- L.A. to Vegas -- is about a group of people down on their luck trying to turn it all around by winning it big at a casino. This show takes place during the time of a Friday night flight from L.A. to Vegas and the return Sunday flight. Ed Weeks and Dylan McDermott are starring in the show that comes from Gary Sanchez Productions (Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, and Chris Hency).