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[05/16/06 - 12:00 AM]
FOX Retitles 'Primary,' 'Crime'; More First Looks
By The Futon Critic Staff (TFC)

LOS ANGELES (thefutoncritic.com) -- As FOX gears up for its upfront presentation on Thursday, new monikers have emerged for its drama pilots "Primary" and "American Crime."

The former is now understood to be titled "Standoff" while "Crime" has been rebranded simply "Justice."

Meanwhile, FOX has released additional images from its new series crop (click here for the first set):

THE WEDDING ALBUM: The ups and downs of tying the knot are seen through the eyes of Tony Zutto (Bruno Campos), the biggest wedding photographer in Manhattan, when every day at the �office� is the most important day of someone else�s life in the new drama THE WEDDING ALBUM premiering this fall on FOX. �2006 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Craig Blankenhorn/FOX

THE WEDDING ALBUM: The ups and downs of tying the knot are seen through the eyes of Tony Zutto (Bruno Campos, R), the biggest wedding photographer in Manhattan, and his new assistant Milla (Tara Summers, L) in the new drama THE WEDDING ALBUM premiering this fall on FOX. �2006 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Eric Leibowitz/FOX

THE WEDDING ALBUM: The ups and downs of tying the knot is seen through the eyes of Tony Zutto (Bruno Campos, C) the biggest wedding photographer in Manhattan, when every day at the �office� is the most important day of someone else�s life in the new drama THE WEDDING ALBUM premiering this fall on FOX. Pictured L-R: Eva Pigford, Jayce Bartok, Tara Summers, Bruno Campos, Ashlie Atkinson, Ptolemy Slocum, Tony Lo Bianco and Connie Stevens. �2006 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Eric Leibowitz/FOX

THE WINNER: In 1994, at the tender age of 32, Glen Abbott (Rob Corddry, C) begins his journey to manhood. Still living with his parents, Glen steps into the world for the first time, determined to become a success and win over the woman of his dreams in the new comedy THE WINNER premiering this fall on FOX. Pictured L-R: Julie Hagerty, Keir Gilchrist, Rob Corddry, Erinn Hayes, Lenny Clarke �2006 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Joseph Viles/FOX

THE WINNER: In 1994, at the tender age of 32, Glen Abbott (Rob Corddry) begins his journey to manhood. Still living with his parents, Glen steps into the world for the first time, determined to become a success and win over the woman of his dreams in the new comedy THE WINNER premiering this fall on FOX. �2006 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Joseph Viles/FOX

THE WINNER: Glen (Rob Corddry, L) tells his parents (Lenny Clarke, C, and Julie Hagerty, R) he's ready to get a job in the new comedy THE WINNER premiering this fall on FOX. �2006 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Justin Lubin/FOX

THE WINNER: Glen (Rob Corddry, L) gets a little time alone with his crush, Alison (Erinn Hayes, R), in the new comedy THE WINNER premiering this fall on FOX. �2006 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Justin Lubin/FOX

THE WINNER: Josh (Keir Gilchrist, C) encourages his new best friend Glen (Rob Corddry, R) to get a job at the video store in the new comedy THE WINNER premiering this fall on FOX. �2006 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Justin Lubin/FOX

HAPPY HOUR: Henry (John Sloan, second from R) is forced to start over after losing his girlfriend, his job, and his apartment. With the help of his new friends, he will raise a glass to new beginnings in the new comedy HAPPY HOUR premiering this fall on FOX. Pictured L-R: Jamie Denbo, Nat Faxon, Beth Lacke, Lex Medlin, John Sloan and Brooke D'Orsay. �2006 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Patrick Ecclesine/FOX

HAPPY HOUR: Henry (John Sloan, L) gets dumped by his girlfriend Heather (Brooke D'Orsay, R) just after moving to Chicago in the new comedy HAPPY HOUR premiering this fall on FOX. �2006 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Justin Lubin/FOX

HAPPY HOUR: Larry (Lex Medlin, L) tries to cheer up his friend Amanda (Beth Lacke, R) in the new comedy HAPPY HOUR premiering this fall on FOX. �2006 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Justin Lubin/FOX

HAPPY HOUR: Larry (Lex Medlin, L) shares a drink and some advice with his new roommate Henry (John Sloan, R) in the new comedy HAPPY HOUR premiering this fall on FOX. �2006 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Justin Lubin/FOX





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· HAPPY HOUR (FOX)
· JUSTICE (FOX)
· STANDOFF (FOX)
· WEDDING ALBUM, THE (FOX)
· WINNER, THE (FOX)





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