FOX’s hit series “Bones” has been spared the dreaded Friday night death slot, for a few more weeks anyway.
The Emily Deschanel-starring procedural, which was shuffled around on different days during its first few seasons, will now stay put in its Monday at 8pm time slot until November 11, Zap2it reports.
That same week, the show will move to Friday nights at 8pm on November 15, leading into the hour-long season premiere of “Raising Hope,” which was shifted back a week as well.
“Almost Human,” which was expected to premiere on November 4, when “Sleepy Hollow” returns from a three-week break, will now have a two-night premiere.
The pilot will airs on Sunday, November 17 after an NFL doubleheader, which is sure to boost ratings, with a second episode airing the following night in its regular time slot.
“Sleepy Hollow” is expected to finish out its 13-episode season one order, before giving way to the return of Kevin Bacon’s “The Following” in January.
Fans have no need to worry, though, as the show has already been picked up for a second season to air in fall 2014.
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