This season's Fox lineup will have more new shows than ever before, with a slew of new dramas and no sophomore comedies. With all this new stuff, you're going to want to know their new times, and perhaps more pressingly, you're going to want to check if your returning favorites are staying put.

In addition to revealing the time slots for new shows like APB, Lethal Weapon and The Exorcist (not paired with Lucifer, which feels like a missed opportunity), the network announced when you can catch new episodes of Empire, Gotham and the final season of Bones. 24: Legacy will debut in the post-Super Bowl slot on Feb. 5 before moving to its regular timeslot the next day.

Check out Fox's full 2016-2017 TV schedule below. And click here to get the latest Fox news.

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FALL 2016

MONDAY
8/7c: Gotham
9/8c: Lucifer

Monday nights stay the same, with young Bruce Wayne followed by the Devil himself (which, if you haven't watched, is better than you'd think).

TUESDAY
8/7c: Brooklyn Nine-Nine
8:30/7:30c: New Girl
9/8c: Scream Queens

Tuesday remains a comedy night, with Season 4 of Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Season 6 of New Girl. Scream Queens' second season will see most of the cast return and the Season 1 plot sort of continue, a deviation from the planned anthology format.

WEDNESDAY
8/7c: Lethal Weapon (new)
9/8c: Empire

Fox has high hopes for the Damon Wayans-led Lethal Weapon adaptation, which will serve as the lead-in for the network's flagship series Empire on Wednesday nights.

THURSDAY
8/7c: Rosewood
9/8c: Pitch (new)

Rosewood moves from Wednesday to the Thursday timeslot vacated by American Idol, while baseball drama Pitch will debut in time for the World Series.

FRIDAY
8/7c: Hell's Kitchen
9/8c:The Exorcist (new)

Friday night is all about horror, thanks to an adaption of perhaps the most frightening movie ever made as well as a very scary chef.

SATURDAY
7/6 - 10:30c: Fox Sports Saturday: Fox College Football

Football is a key component of Fox's lineup this season, especially since the network has the Super Bowl next year.


SUNDAY
7/6c: NFL On Fox
7:30/6:30c: The OT/Bob's Burgers
8/7c: The Simpsons
8:30/7:30c: Son of Zorn (new)
9/8c: Family Guy
9:30/8:30c: The Last Man on Earth

Sunday is Fox's big comedy block, with new live-action/animated series Son of Zorn sandwiched between institutions The Simpsons (which will hit its 600th episode next season) and Family Guy.


WINTER/SPRING 2017


MONDAY
8/7c
: 24: Legacy (new) / Gotham (spring)
9/8c: APB (new) / Lucifer (spring)

Winter Mondays will be all-new, with the Corey Hawkins-led 24 reboot setting up cop drama APB. Gotham and Lucifer will return in the spring.

TUESDAY
8/7c:
New Girl / Brooklyn Nine-Nine (spring)
8:30/7:30c: The Mick (new)
9/8c: Kicking & Screaming / Prison Break (spring)

New Girl and B99 will set up new comedy The Mick, which stars It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia's Kaitlin Olson. After that will be survival competition Kicking & Screaming in the winter and the Prison Break revival in the spring.

WEDNESDAY
8/7c:
Lethal Weapon / Shots Fired (spring) (new)
9/8c: Star (new) / Empire (spring)

After Lethal Weapon wraps up, ripped-from-the-headlines limited series Shots Fired will add a dose of seriousness to Fox's lineup. While Empire takes a break, Star will keep its seat warm. That one, like its big sister, is a music-industry drama from Lee Daniels.

THURSDAY
8/7c:
Rosewood
9/8c: Bones

The 12th and final season of Bones will start at midseason.

FRIDAY
8/7c:
Masterchef Junior
9/8c: Sleepy Hollow

Sleepy Hollow
will return for a fourth season without one of its leads, Nicole Beharie, whose character was killed off in the controversial Season 3 finale. That series is looking for stability after some behind-the-scenes drama.

SATURDAY
8/7c:
Fox Sports Saturday

The baseball game of the week.

SUNDAY
7:30/6:30c: Bob's Burgers
8/7c: The Simpsons
8:30/7:30c: Making History (new)
9/8c: Family Guy
9:30/8:30c: The Last Man on Earth

Same comedy lineup as the fall, with the exception of Son of Zorn, which will be replaced by another new comedy, Making History, which follows the time-traveling adventures of Gossip Girl's Leighton Meester.