This is the fourth installment of the Fall television preview. You can find ABC’s here, CBS’ here and CW’s here.This is the week that U.S. network television executives decide which shows will be canceled and which current and new series will air in the fall and/or mid-season.

Here’s what we know so far at Fox:

Canceled: ‘Human Target’

Picked up/Renewed: ‘Terra Nova’, (M/8pm) ‘Fringe’ (F/9pm), ‘Alcatraz’ (Midseason), ‘Touch’ (Midseason)

Dead Pilot: ‘Locke & Key’

Alcatraz: From J.J. Abrams (‘Lost’, ‘Fringe’) and starring Jorge Garcia (‘Lost’), Sam Neill (‘Jurassic Park’), Robert Forster (‘Heroes’, “Justice League’), ‘Alcatraz’ is a crime drama set at the country’s most infamous prison on Alcatraz Island and involving a team investigating the mysterious disapparance of its 1960s inhabitants in the present.

Locke & Key: From Josh Friedman (‘Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles’), Alex Kurtzman (‘Fringe’, ‘Alias’), Roberto Orci (‘Fringe’, ‘Alias’) and Steven Spielberg (‘Falling Skies’, ‘Terra Nova’) andstarring Miranda Otto (‘War of he Worlds’, ‘Lords of the Rings’ films), Nick Stahl (‘Sin City’, ‘Terminator 3’), Sara Bolger (‘The Tudors’), Jesse McCartney (‘Justice League’), Skylar Gaertner (‘Law & Order: SVU’), ‘Locke & Key’ is a suspense thriller based on the graphic novel of the same name by Joe Hill, following a family in crisis as it moves into a haunted house full of “secrets, dangers and wondrous opportunities.”

Terra Nova: From Steven Spielberg (‘Falling Skies’), Jon Cassar (’24’) and Brannon Braga (‘Star Trek: Enterprise’ and starring Jason O’Mara (‘Life On Mars’), Stephen Lang (‘Avatar’), Mido Hamada (’24’) and Christine Adams (‘The Whole Truth’), ‘Terra Nova’ follows the patriarch of a family in the environmentally ravaged year 2149 that is sent way, way, wayyyy back in time to hopefully save humanity. Lang plays the commander of the settlement already established there in prehistoric times, while Adams is the leader of a group of renegade time-hoppers.

Touch: From Tim Kring (‘Heroes’) and starring Kiefer Sutherland (’24’), ‘Touch’  follows a father who discovers that his autistic, mute son is communcating with him through a complex series of numbers and may even be able to predict events before they happen.