Fox Unveils Full 2016-2017 TV Schedule

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FOX has unveiled its programming schedule for its 2016-2017 season of shows. A few new series will accompany a large batch of returning shows when the fall rolls around.

On Monday's, Gotham will kick off the week of Fox's prime time programming at 8 PM, followed by fellow comic book adaptation Lucifer at 9 PM. All times are Eastern/Pacific.

Tuesday's turn to comedy with Brooklyn Nine-Nine starting at 8 PM, followed by New Girl at 8:30 PM, and Scream Queens at 9 PM.

The middle of the week will see the first new series slot. Lethal Weapon will debut on Wednesdays at 8 PM, followed by the popular series Empire at 9 PM.

On Thursday, Rosewood will air from PM to 9 PM leading into Bones at 9 PM.

Friday has reality series Hell's Kitchen at 8 PM and The Exorcist, another new series, at 9 PM.

Saturdays and Sundays will feature some sports programming with Fox Sports Saturday: College Football scheduled for 7 PM to 10:30 PM on Saturday and NFL on Fox kicking off Sundays nights at 7 PM, following by The OT or Bob's Burgers at 7:30 PM, The Simpsons at 8 PM, new series Son of Zorn at 8:30 PM, Family Guy at 9 PM, and The Last Man on Earth at 9:30 PM.

The midseason break will see several shows begin rotation with the new series 24: Legacy filling in for Gotham and APB taking Lucifer's place on Mondays. New Girl and Brooklyn Nine-Nine will alternate at 8 PM on Tuesdays with The Mick claiming the 8:30 PM spot and Kicking & Screaming and Pitch, both new series, alternating in the 9 PM slot. Wednesday will see Lethal Weapon or Shots Fired at 8 PM followed by Star at 9 PM until Empire returns. Rosewood and Prison Break will air a 8 PM and 9 PM respectively on Thursdays and Fridays will see Masterchef Junior start up at 8 PM with Sleepy Hollow following at 9 PM.

The midseason weekends will feature Fox Sports Saturday at 8 PM on Saturdays and animation taking over Sundays. Animations encores will air at 7 PM, followed by Bob's Burgers, The Simpsons, Making History, Family Guy, and concluding with the live-action The Last Man on Earth.