FOX Sets Finale Date For Glee, Bones and More

FOX Sets Finale Date For Glee, Bones and More

fox_finales_2013_dwYour most-devoured dramas and comedies from the FOX network have been officially served with finale dates for the spring 2013.

Among the line-up, Raising Hope will be the first to wrap-up on March 28 followed by Bones and The Following on April 29th.

Two unscripted shows from FOX will also premiere -- So You Think You Can Dance bows on May 14 with a 2-hour airing while Does Someone Have To Go (a new unscripted show in which employees of a company are allowed to make changes/even lay off colleagues) sneak-previews May 15 before its official run on May 23.

For Idol fans, the show will air its season 12 two-part finale on May 15 and 16.

For the complete schedule, see the list below:

TUESDAY, MARCH 28
9 pm Raising Hope Season 3 finale (one hour)

FRIDAY, APRIL 5
8 pm Kitchen Nightmares Season 6 finale

FRIDAY, APRIL 26
9 pm Touch Season 2 finale

MONDAY, APRIL 29
8/7c Bones Season 8 finale
9 pm The Following Season 1 finale

SATURDAY, MAY 4
8 pm COPS season finale

MONDAY, MAY 6
9 pm Hell’s Kitchen (new episodes)

TUESDAY, MAY 7
9 pm New Girl Season 2 finale
9:30 pm The Mindy Project Season 1 finale

THURSDAY, MAY 9
9 pm Glee Season 4 finale

SUNDAY, MAY 12
8:30 pm Bob’s Burgers Season 3 finale
9:30 pm American Dad! Season 8 finale

TUESDAY, MAY 14
8 pm So You Think You Can Dance Season 10 premiere (two hours)

WEDNESDAY, MAY 15
8 pm American Idol Season 11 finale, Part 1
9 pm Does Someone Have to Go? sneak preview

THURSDAY, MAY 16
8 pm American Idol Season 11 finale, Part 2 (127 minutes)

SUNDAY, MAY 19
7 pm The Cleveland Show Season 4 finale (two episodes)
8 pm The Simpsons Season 24 finale (two episodes)
9 pm Family Guy Season 11 finale (two episodes)

MONDAY, MAY 20
8:30 pm The Goodwin Games premiere

WEDNESDAY, MAY 22
8 pm MasterChef Season 4 premiere (two hours)

THURSDAY, MAY 23
8 pm Does Someone Have to Go? premiere
9 pm Hell’s Kitchen time period premiere

SATURDAY, JULY 27
11 pm Animation Domination High-Def premiere