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Best of all, Fox’s new live-action/animated hybrid series Son of Zorn will preview at 8 PM Sunday, September 11, after the season’s first NFL doubleheader. The series about a fantasy Pacific island animated warrior who returns to Orange Country to win back his live-action wife and teenage son then will premiere in its regular time slot of 8:30PM Sunday, September 25. Saturday Night Live alum Jason Sudeikis is the lead voice-over. Phil Lord and Christopher Miller serve as EPs. Reed Agnew and Eli Jorné (Wilfred) co-created and co-wrote the pilot.

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Executive-produced by The LEGO Movie writer-directors Chris Miller and Phil Lord, the series follows the adventures of cartoon warrior Zorn (voiced by Jason Sudeikis), who leaves the cartoon nation of Zephyria and returns to live-action California, where he tries to reconnect with his ex-wife (Cheryl Hines) and son (Johnny Pemberton).

Rest easy, National Football League fans. The 2016 football season is rapidly approaching. The 2016 NFL Draft came and went, and training camp is in session. Aside from a few roster moves involving veteran players who we will inevitably see before and during training camp, every team’s roster for the upcoming season is set.

With that being the case, we put together our post-draft power rankings, which reflect every team’s offseason moves. Here’s what we came up with. Selena Gomez will take time off due to anxiety, panic attacks, and depression stemming from her ongoing battle with lupus, the singer revealed Tuesday.

“As many of you know, around a year ago I revealed that I have lupus, an illness that can affect people in different ways,” she told People in an exclusive statement. “I’ve discovered that anxiety, panic attacks, and depression can be side effects of lupus, which can present their own challenges.”

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The news comes after a near-four month run on the road for her Revival tour, a worldwide trek in support of her second studio album of the same name. It was set to continue through the end of December with legs in Australia, North America, Europe, Asia, and Latin America. A rep for Gomez didn’t immediately return EW’s request for comment on if those shows would go on as scheduled.

She hinted at challenges in July, posting an emotional Instagram note about feeling “extremely inauthentic” at her show in Indonesia. “I’m always true to my word, I’ve shown who I am but I need to rethink some areas of my life creatively and personally,” she wrote.

The Best and Worst NFL Teams of 2016:

1. Green Bay Packers

Starter: Aaron Rodgers

Backup: Brett Hundley

Key stat: Rodgers completed 60.1 percent of his passes last season, down 5.1 percent from 2014, and 6.4 percent from 2013.

2. New England Patriots

Starter: Tom Brady (suspended four games)

Backup: Jimmy Garoppolo

Key stat: Brady led the NFL with the lowest interception rate last season (1.1 percent).

3. Pittsburgh Steelers

Starter: Ben Roethlisberger

Backup: Landry Jones

Key stat: Roethlisberger led the NFL in deep accuracy last season, with 50.7 percent of his deep (20+ air yards) passes catchable.

Starter: Cam Newton

Backup: Derek Anderson

Key stat: Newton used play-action on 29.8 percent of passes, more than any other QB.

5. Seattle Seahawks

Starter: Russell Wilson

Backup: Trevone Boykin

Key stat: Wilson led the NFL last season with a passer rating of 105.5 on plays where the time to throw was 2.6+ seconds.

6. Arizona Cardinals

Starter: Carson Palmer

Backup: Drew Stanton

Key stat: Palmer led the NFL in average depth of target last season, at 11.3 yards downfield.

7. New Orleans Saints

Starter: Drew Brees

Backup: Luke McCown

Key stat: Brees was second in the NFL in deep accuracy at 50.6 percent, just 0.1 percent behind Roethlisberger.

8. Atlanta Falcons

Starter: Matt Ryan

Backup: Matt Schaub

Key stat: Ryan’s receivers recorded 37 dropped passes in 2015, more than all but three QBs.

9. Indianapolis Colts

Starter: Andrew Luck

Backup: Scott Tolzien

Key stat: Luck earned the lowest PFF passing grade in the NFL last season, at 43.6.

Starter: Andy Dalton

Backup: A.J. McCarron

Key stat: Dalton led the NFL in passer rating (106.2) for the season.

11. Oakland Raiders

Starter: Derek Carr

Backup: Matthew McGloin

Key stat: Carr jumped from the 38th-best graded QB in the league as a rookie to No. 10 in year two.

12. San Diego Chargers

Starter: Philip Rivers

Backup: Kellen Clemens

Key stat: Only four QBs were pressured more than the 39.7 percent of dropbacks Rivers felt heat on last season.

13. Dallas Cowboys

Starter: Tony Romo

Backup: Kellen Moore, Dak Prescott

Key stat: Romo had a passer rating of 27.2 against the Panthers at the time he was knocked from the game and shut down for the year.

14. Buffalo Bills

Starter: Tyrod Taylor

Backup: E.J. Manuel, Cardale Jones

Key stat: Taylor gained 566 rushing yards last season, 405 of which came on QB scrambles.

15. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Starter: Jameis Winston

Backup: Mike Glennon

Key stat: Winston completed only 58.4 percent of his passes last season, the 33rd-highest rate in the NFL.

16. Minnesota Vikings

Starter: Teddy Bridgewater

Backup: Shaun Hill

Key stat: Bridgewater led the NFL in adjusted completion percentage last season, at 79.3 percent.

17. Washington Redskins

Starter: Kirk Cousins

Backup: Colt McCoy

Key stat: Cousins led the NFL in completion percentage last season, at 69.8 percent.

18. Jacksonville Jaguars

Starter: Blake Bortles

Backup: Chad Henne

Key stat: Bortles has yet to top 60 percent in completion percentage in the NFL over a season.

19. Kansas City Chiefs

Starter: Alex Smith

Backup: Aaron Murray

Key stat: Smith recorded the league’s fourth-best interception percentage last season, at just 1.5 percent of pass attempts.

20. New York Giants

Starter: Eli Manning

Backup: Ryan Nassib

Key stat: Manning had eight potential interceptions dropped by opponents last season to go along with 14 that were actually picked off.

21. Miami Dolphins

Starter: Ryan Tannehill

Backup: Matt Moore

Key stat: Tannehill completed 61.9 percent of his passes in 2015, down 4.5 percent from the season before.

Starter: Jay Cutler

Backup: Brian Hoyer

Key stat: Cutler’s 11 interceptions in 2015 comprised the second-lowest season total of his career.

23. Detroit Lions

Starter: Matthew Stafford

Backup: Dan Orlovsky

Key stat: Stafford completed just 48.3 percent of his passes under pressure last season, the 21st-best rate in the NFL.

24. Philadelphia Eagles

Starter: Sam Bradford

Backup: Carson Wentz, Chase Daniel

Key stat: Bradford led the NFL in accuracy percentage under pressure last season, with a mark of 74.6 percent.

25. Baltimore Ravens

Starter: Joe Flacco

Backup: Ryan Mallett

Key stat: Flacco threw just one deep touchdown all of last season (20+ air yards), tied for fewest in the NFL.

26. New York Jets

Starter: Ryan Fitzpatrick

Backup: Geno Smith, Bryce Petty, Christian Hackenberg

Key stat: Fitzpatrick tied Johnny Manziel for the eighth-lowest adjusted completion percentage among 37 qualifying QBs in 2015.

27. Tennessee Titans

Starter: Marcus Mariota

Backup: Matt Cassel

Key stat: Mariota recorded the lowest accuracy percentage on deep (20+ air yards) passes in the NFL last season, at 20.4 percent.

28. Los Angeles Rams

Starter: Jared Goff

Backup: Case Keenum

Key stat: 58.8 percent of Goff’s yards gained last season came in the air rather than after the catch, a figure that would have ranked in the top 10 in the NFL.

29. Houston Texans

Starter: Brock Osweiler

Backup: Tom Savage

Key stat: Osweiler’s career is only 642 snaps old, and he was just handed $37 million guaranteed.

Starter: Mark Sanchez

Backup: Paxton Lynch, Trevor Siemian

Key stat: Mark Sanchez has never earned a positive grade over a season in which he played more than 175 snaps.

31. Cleveland Browns

Starter: Robert Griffin III

Backup: Josh McCown, Cody Kessler

Key stat: The last positively-graded game from RG III came in Week 2 of the 2014 season.
32. San Francisco 49ers

Starter: Blaine Gabbert

Backup: Colin Kaepernick

Key stat: 2015 was by far the best season of Blaine Gabbert’s career, and still saw him grade below average, with a passer rating of 86.2.