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It's officially the beginning of the end for Glee.

Fox announced Thursday that the sixth and final season of the Fox musical comedy will kick off with a two-hour premiere on Friday, Jan. 9 at 8/7c. The show will move to its new timeslot on Fridays at 9/8c the following week and wrap its run with a two-hour series finale on Friday, March 20 at 8/7c.

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The Following will return for its third season with a two-hour premiere on Monday, March 2 at 8/7c before moving to 9/8c the following week. Also back for Season 3 is reality hit Masterchef Junior, which returns to the kitchen on Tuesday, Jan. 6 at 8/7c. That other Gordon Ramsay cooking show, Hell's Kitchen will begin a new season in that same spot on March 3.

Fox's new drama from Bones creator Hart Hanson and starring Office alum Rainn Wilson, Backstrom, gets the plum post-American Idol spot when it premieres Thursday, Jan. 22 at 9/8c. Following a four-month Idol-induced hiatus, Bones will return with new episodes and precede Backstrom on Thursdays at 8/7c beginning March 26.

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SNL alum Will Forte's new comedy The Last Man on Earth will premiere with back-to-back episodes on Sunday, March 1 9/8c. One week later, the show will move to its 9:30/8:30c timeslot. Fox's other new comedy, Weird Loners, starring Happy Endings' Zachary Knighton and Ugly Betty's Becki Newton, will take over The Mindy Project's spot beginning Tuesday, March 31 at 9:30/8:30c.

Additionally, Fox also announced Thursday that it has ordered a new unscripted reality series, World's Funniest Falls (which is about exactly what you think it is), based on the hit YouTube channel, FailArmy. The tentatively titled show will premiere on Friday, Jan. 16 at 8/7c.

Which new shows will you add to the DVR list? Are you sad to say goodbye to Glee?

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