FOX 2012-2013 Schedule: 'Glee' Moves to Thursdays and More
FOX 2012-2013 Schedule: 'Glee' Moves to Thursdays and More
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
FOX is keeping its schedule mostly similar for next season, but one big show is making a big move. Glee will move to Thursdays at 9pm starting this fall, taking the coveted post-X Factor time slot.

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Returning dramas Bones and Fringe will keep their current time slots while Tuesdays will be dedicated to two hours of comedies.

The fall schedule will also include a trio of new shows.

The Mob Doctor: This dramas stars Jordana Spiro in the title role as, you guessed it, a mob doctor.

Ben and Kate
: This sitcom starring Nat Faxon centers on a man who takes a job as the male nanny for his niece.

The Mindy Project: This comedy stars The Office's Mindy Kaling as a doctor looking for love.

In addition, FOX is saving two new shows for mid-season.

The Following: A drama from Kevin Williamson (The Vampire Diaries, the Scream films) stars Kevin Bacon as an ex-FBI agent investigating a serial killer who has formed a cult of serial killers.

The Goodwin Games: This comedy from the creators of How I Met Your Mother centers on three kids whose father gives them his money if they follow his bizarre rules.

Mid-season will also bring the return of American Idol (taking over for The X Factor) and Hell's Kitchen (which will air on Fridays, presumably taking over for Fringe after its shortened final season).

Here's a night-by-night rundown of FOX's schedule for the 2012-2013 TV season.

8pm: Bones
9pm: The Mob Doctor

8pm: Raising Hope
8:30pm: Ben and Kate
9pm: New Girl
9:30pm: The Mindy Project

8pm: The X Factor

8pm: The X Factor
9pm: Glee

8pm: Touch
9pm: Fringe

7:30pm: The Cleveland Show
8pm: The Simpsons
8:30pm: Bob's Burgers
9pm: Family Guy
9:30pm: American Dad

(Image courtesy of FOX)

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