Fox is heading into its upfront presentation today with two freshman comedy series, midseason addition LA to Vegas and fall entry Ghosted still in limbo.

“We haven’t made a decision,” Fox chairman Dana Walden said during Fox’s upfront press call today. “We still have episodes to air of in July,” she said.

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Ghosted was taken off the schedule in April. Remaining are the back 6 episodes of the supernatural comedy made under new showrunner Paul Lieberstein who was brought in after Season 10.

As for LA to Vegas starring Dylan McDermott, we “wanted to make decision if we have place to allow the show to grow,” Walden said.

She noted that series creator/exec producer Lon Zimmet is working with executive producer Steve Levitan on ideas and they will revisit Season 2 when everyone gets back to Los Angeles from New York (NY to LA).

“If we can’t find a way to make noise, we won’t do it,” Walden said.

She and Fox chairman Gary Newman dismissed notion that LA to Vegas and Ghosted’s future is jeopardized by the fact that they are single-camera as all live-action series currently slated on Fox for next season are multi-camera – Last Man Standing The Cool Kids and Rel.