Where's Glee? Fox Reveals 2014 Fall Schedule, Including Big Moves for 2 Fan Favorites

The network has decided to air Glee's sixth and final season at midseason, while moving Brooklyn Nine-Nine to Sundays

By Tierney Bricker May 12, 2014 12:00 PMTags
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Fans will have to wait a little longer to say goodbye to Glee.

Fox has unveiled its new schedule for the fall and we can't help but notice one glaring omission: Glee! But before you gleek the eff out, the network has held the sixth and final season of Ryan Murphy's drama for midseason.

But Glee's bump isn't Fox's only scheduling move that will raise an eyebrow or two as Brooklyn Nine-Nine will now air on Sundays, along with the network's animated comedies, and a new reality series is taking up two of the network's nights. Plus, highly anticipated new drama Gotham is set to kick off the week. (But no pressure, Jim Gordon!)

So which night is Bones moving to in its 10th season? And which other comedy is shaking up Sunday night? Plus, when can you check out some of the network's new offerings? Here's Fox's complete fall schedule: 


(Note: bolded shows represent Fox's new series.)


8 p.m.: Gotham
9 p.m.: Sleepy Hollow


8 p.m.: Utopia
9 p.m.: New Girl
9:30 p.m.: The Mindy Project

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8 p.m.: Hell's Kitchen
9 p.m.: Red Band Society 


8 p.m.: Bones
9 p.m.: Gracepoint


8 p.m.:  MasterChef Junior
9 p.m.: Utopia




7:30 p.m.: Bob's Burgers
8 p.m.: The Simpsons
8:30 p.m.: Brooklyn Nine-Nine
9 p.m.: Family Guy
9:30 p.m.: Mulaney 

Midseason: The network's new series being held for midseason include drama series Empire, Hieroglyph, Backstrom and Wayward Pines, as well as comedies The Last Man on Earth, Weird Loners and the animated Bordertown

Along with Glee, returning series American Idol and The Following will debut at midseason.