By James Hibberd
May 15, 2017 at 08:31 AM EDT
Justin Stephens/FOX

Gotham is moving to an even tougher neighborhood.

Fox just revealed its fall schedule and it contains a few key changes for the network (see below). The biggest move is shifting Gotham from Mondays to Thursdays at 8 p.m. for its fourth season (the D.C. Comics drama will be up against NBC’s Will & Grace reboot and, presumably, ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy as well). Also on the move is Empire, which will shift to 8 p.m. on Wednesdays for season 4 to help drive a lead-in into Star at 9 p.m. While Lethal Weapon will shift from Wednesdays to Tuesdays at 8 p.m. going into Fox’s comedies for its sophomore season.

Among Fox’s new shows: X-Men superhero drama The Gifted will air Mondays at 9 p.m. after Lucifer. Supernatural buddy comedy Ghosted starring Craig Robinson and Adam Scott will air in the Sunday night block. And Seth MacFarlane’s Star Trek-like sci-fi dramedy The Orville will go into the very tough Thursdays at 9 p.m. slot against NBC’s This Is Us (which is moving — see NBC’s new fall schedule here).


8:00-9:00 PM                          LUCIFER
9:00-10:00 PM                        THE GIFTED (new)


8:00-9:00 PM                          LETHAL WEAPON
9:00-9:30 PM                          THE MICK
9:30-10:00 PM                        BROOKLYN NINE-NINE


8:00-9:00 PM                          EMPIRE
9:00-10:00 PM                        STAR


8:00-9:00 PM                          GOTHAM
9:00-10:00 PM                        THE ORVILLE (new)


8:00-9:00 PM                          HELL’S KITCHEN
9:00-10:00 PM                        THE EXORCIST


7:00-10:30 PM                        FOX SPORTS SATURDAY: FOX COLLEGE FOOTBALL


7:00-7:30 PM                          NFL ON FOX
7:30-8:00 PM                          THE OT / BOB’S BURGERS
8:00-8:30 PM                          THE SIMPSONS
8:30-9:00 PM                          GHOSTED (new)
9:00-9:30 PM                          FAMILY GUY
9:30-10:00 PM                        THE LAST MAN ON EARTH

Midseason shows include Ryan Murphy’s medical drama 9-1-1, airline workplace comedy LA to Vegas and more The X-Files.