Fox has pushed back the premiere of new comedy Enlisted to Friday, Jan. 10, the network
announced Thursday, to take advantage of its winter sports promotional
Its Friday night block of Bones and Raising Hope
will still debut Nov. 8 as previously announced. Now back-to-back originals of Raising Hope will air at 9 p.m.
following Bones, when it moves from
Mondays. Enlisted joins the lineup at
9:30 p.m. in January.
The military-set sibling comedy stars Geoff Stults (The Finder) as one of three brothers
stationed at a Florida army base. Enlisted is produced by 20th Century
Fox Television and executive produced by Kevin Biegel and Mike Royce.
Fox is hoping that by holding Enlisted for mid-season, its Friday originals will be more firmly
established to provide a stronger lead-in and it will be able to benefit from
higher viewing levels in January.
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