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Fox has unveiled its new fall schedule, which finds Bones on the move (again!), Glee missing in action and Animation Domination being a little less animated with the introduction of live comedies on Sunday night.  

After testing out the waters on pretty much every night of Fox's schedule, Bones is returning to Thursday nights at 8/7c, where it aired during the fourth, fifth and part of its sixth season. It will be followed by Broadchurch adaptation Gracepoint at 9/8c. Replacing Bones on Monday nights at 8/7c is the new Batman origin series Gotham, which will be followed by Sleepy Hollow in its regular timeslot at 9/8c.

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One of the bigger surprises is that the network is adding two live-action comedies into its Animation Domination block on Sunday night. Standout comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine will air at 8:30/7:30c, preceded by Bob's Burgers and The Simpsons. Family Guy will air at 9/8c followed by new comedy Mulaney at 9:30/8:30c.

New reality series Utopia will kick off Tuesday nights, followed by New Girl and Mindy Project, while Octavia Spencer's Red Band Society follows Hell's Kitchen on Wednesday night.

New series Backstrom, Empire, Hieroglyph, Last Man on Earth, Bordertown and Weird Loners, as well as event series Wayward Pines and a live version of Grease will debut in 2015. Live special Jump of the Century is slated for fall.

Check out the full schedule below.

8/7c: Gotham (NEW)
9/8c: Sleepy Hollow

8/7c: Utopia (NEW)
9/8c: New Girl
9:30/8:30c: The Mindy Project

8/7c: Hell's Kitchen
9/8c: Red Band Society (NEW)

8/7c: Bones
9/8c: Gracepoint (NEW)

8/7c: Masterchef Junior
9/8c: Utopia

Fox Sports Saturday

7/6c: NFL on Fox
7:30/6:30c: Bob's Burgers
8/7c: The Simpsons
8:30/7:30c: Brooklyn Nine-Nine
9/8c: Family Guy
9:30/8:30c: Mulaney (NEW)