Fox's Filthy Rich looks like Succession by way of Dallas, with a dash of... Joel Osteen?

That's the vibe we're getting from the trailer, anyway (which you can watch above). Filthy Rich, developed by The Help director Tate Taylor, stars Kim Cattrall as the wife of a fabulously wealthy televangelist (Gerald McRaney) who dies in a plane crash, leading his family to discover he fathered three illegitimate children who are all written into his will. Thus begins a twisty-turny and very soapy battle for control of the family empire.

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Also starring Melia Kreiling (FX's Tyrant), Aubrey Dollar (Battle Creek), Corey Cott (The Good Fight), Benjamin Levy Aguilar (Straight Outta Compton), Mark L. Young (The Comeback), and Steve Harris (The Practice), Filthy Rich will premiere Monday, Sept. 21 at 9 p.m. on Fox. The series debut will follow the broadcast premiere of L.A.'s Finest (a teaser for which you can see below), starring Gabrielle Union and Jessica Alba, airing at 8 p.m.

(Together, they're part of the network's #FierceFemalesFOX campaign.) The Spectrum Originals show was announced as part of Fox's fall schedule in May, to help fill an empty programming slot caused by the COVID-19 production shutdown. (Filthy Rich, incidentally, was pushed back to the fall from a planned spring 2020 premiere for the same reason.)

L.A.'s Finest
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Spectrum postponed the planned June premiere of L.A.'s Finest season 2 at the last minute due to the nationwide protests over police brutality following the murder of George Floyd. A new premiere date has yet to be announced.

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