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Fox Announces Schedule Changes: Glee To Tuesdays, Mindy/Dads On Break

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Fox has announced some adjustments to its schedule starting in the new year, including giving a few sitcoms a breather and moving Glee from Thursdays to Tuesdays.

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The much-anticipated season two of The Following returns with a two-night premiere event starting on January 19th before settling into its regular Monday at 9pm timeslot on January 20th (after the Sleepy Hollow first season finale at 8pm).

The Greg Kinnear legal drama, Rake, kicks off on Thursday, January 23rd in the 9pm timeslot following American Idol.

Tuesday night will start to look different after The Mindy Project has its winter finale on January 28th. The following week (February 4th), Brooklyn Nine-Nine will move to the 9:30pm timeslot following New Girl. Dads will continue to air at 8pm on Tuesdays until February 11th when it takes a break. 

Finally, starting February 25th, Glee moves to Tuesdays and will start the night off at 8pm followed by New Girl and Brooklyn Nine-Nine. 

The network also announced that The Mindy Project will return April 1st at 9pm with a special one-hour event featuring all-new back-to-back episodes. The following week, the Mindy Kaling series will move back to its 930pm timeslot.

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Jim Halterman is the West Coast Editor of TV Fanatic and the owner of JimHalterman.com. Follow him on Twitter.

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I think things are fine the way they are... Why do they have to change everything?!


The only show on Fox I was interested in was Gang Related but looks like they have no plans to air that show.

Glee Quotes

Beiste: Dr. Jones said the new end of world date is September 27, 2014
Brittany: That gives us like two whole years of giving love and brutal honesty to everyone we know.

Will: I hate to say it but I think as long as you keep being yourself, your life is probably going to be a constant string of 'don't belongs'.
Unique: I know. I should probably start getting used to it.
Will: No, no. You should never get used to it. All great changes come from people who refused to get used to what was accepted but wasn't right. Slavery, gay rights, New Coke.

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