Fox Fall Schedule Tweaks: Pitch Moves Up, Bones to Midseason

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Bones fans take note.

You'll have to wait a little bit longer for the final season of your favorite drama.

For those of you who really got a kick out of what you've seen so far of Pitch, well, you're in luck. It's now on the fall schedule.

Death of a Defender - Bones

Pitch was originally slated to air on Tuesdays in midseason. 

Instead, it will take Bones original time slot on Thursdays.

That means Bones will succeed Pitch in January, which also moves Prison Break to Tuesdays, from its original Thursday berth.

Don't worry. You don't have to be too confused because we have it all written out for you down below. 

FOX FALL 2016 SCHEDULE

(New programs in UPPER CASE)

MONDAY

8-9 PM — Gotham
9-10 PM — Lucifer

TUESDAY

8-8:30 PM — Brooklyn Nine-Nine
8:30-9 PM — New Girl
9-10 PM — Scream Queens

WEDNESDAY

8-9 PM — LETHAL WEAPON
9-10 PM — Empire

THURSDAY

8-9 PM — Rosewood
9-10 PM — Pitch

FRIDAY

8-9 PM– Hell’s Kitchen
9-10 PM — THE EXORCIST

SATURDAY

7-10:30 PM — Fox Sports Saturday: Fox College Football

SUNDAY

7-7:30 PM — NFL ON FOX
7:30-8 PM — The OT / Bob’s Burgers
8-8:30 PM — The Simpsons
8:30-9 PM — SON OF ZORN
9-9:30 PM — Family Guy
9:30-10 PM — The Last Man On Earth

FOX MIDSEASON 2016-17 SCHEDULE (All Times ET/PT)

MONDAY

8-9 PM — 24: LEGACY / Gotham (spring)
9-10 PM — APB / Lucifer (spring)

TUESDAY

8-8:30 PM — New Girl / Brooklyn Nine-Nine (spring)
8:30-9 PM — THE MICK
9-10 PM — KICKING & SCREAMING / PRISON BREAK (spring)

WEDNESDAY

8-9 PM — LETHAL WEAPON / SHOTS FIRED (spring)
9-10 PM — STAR / Empire (spring)

THURSDAY

8-9 PM — Rosewood
9-10 PM — Bones

FRIDAY

8-9 PM — Masterchef Junior
9-10 PM — Sleepy Hollow

SATURDAY

8-10 PM — Fox Sports Saturday

SUNDAY

7-7:30 PM — Animation Encores
7:30-8 PM — Bob’s Burgers
8-8:30 PM — The Simpsons
8:30-9 PM — MAKING HISTORY
9-9:30 PM — Family Guy
9:30-10 PM — The Last Man on Earth

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