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following his fourth season—and 100th episode—on the show and, in May 2000, launched the Michael J.Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research, a nonprofit organization "dedicated to finding a cure for Parkinson's disease through an aggressively funded research agenda and to ensuring the development of improved therapies for those living with Parkinson's today." Today, the foundation is credited as the world's largest nonprofit funder of drug development for Parkinson's disease.Since the show's post-New-Year numbers held steady around 6 million viewers, its early Season 2 renewal was not exactly a surprise, joining it with the also-early-renewed Biblically-themed DC Comics-adapted Fox supernatural crime procedural Lucifer.
He’s also been seen in films such as Django Unchained, A Million Ways to Die in the West, Rush Hour and Cliffhanger.
The side-gig became so popular that after his football career ended, Loggy went full-time with his music career.
He formed a band called Radical Something, went on tour for a few years and, now, he's lookin' for love on Coupled, a new Mark Burnett-helmed dating show on FOX.
However, one series that avoided the network's repertory wrath this season was Lethal Weapon.
While the announcement of a series adapting the iconic Mel Gibson/Danny Glover buddy cop action flicks was first met with a collective “meh,” the series has managed to impress audiences with slick cast chemistry, yielding steady ratings. She will play Gina Santos, a police big shot who arrives to take control of our heroes' division as chief, superseding the authority of Captain Avery.