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‘The Floor’ Game Show Renewed Through Season 3 on Fox



'The Floor' Game Show Renewed Through Season 3 on Fox
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Fox will hit The Ground once more — twice — within the 2024-25 season.

The community has renewed its Rob Lowe-hosted sport present for 2 extra cycles, each of that are slated to air subsequent season. Addtionally, Fox and Lowe — who’s additionally a producer of The Ground — have signed a first-look deal to develop unscripted initiatives.

The renewal comes simply forward of Fox’s upfront presentation to advertisers on Monday, nevertheless it’s not an enormous shock: The Ground was quietly one of many best-performing reveals on the community this season. It averaged 3.47 million viewers over seven days of linear viewing, based on Nielsen rankings, and grew to five.5 million viewers with streaming and different digital platforms included.

“Followers beloved the primary season of The Ground a lot that we’ve ordered two extra seasons of this breakthrough sport present, with plans already underway to make our epic battle of the brains even larger and bolder,” mentioned Fox community president Michael Thorn. “It’s additionally been a large win to have an enormous star like Rob Lowe as our host, and each our viewers and opponents can’t wait to see him again in motion.”

Fox viewers will see a whole lot of Lowe on its air in 2024-25, as his scripted drama 911: Lone Star can also be slated to return within the fall after taking the 2023-24 season off.

As for the first-look deal, Lowe and Fox will collectively develop unscripted initiatives for the community. Any sequence that consequence from the deal might be produced by Fox Different Leisure, the community’s in-house unscripted studio.

“I couldn’t be happier with The Ground phenomenon and the chance to create extra unscripted initiatives with my companions at Fox,” mentioned Lowe.

Talpa owns The Ground format and produces the Fox present with Eureka Productions and BiggerStage. John de Mol, Mark van Achterberg, Chris Culvenor, Paul Franklin, Wes Dening, Sean O’Riordan, Shane Byrneserve and showrunner Anthony Carbone are the chief producers, and Lowe produces.