FOX announced today a revised schedule for its 2016-2017 television season.
Specifically, the new drama “Pitch” which was originally scheduled to premiere on the network in the spring of 2017, will now instead move up to a fall 2016 premiere, airing on Thursdays from 9-10pm, right after “Rosewood,” which was also moved from its usual Wednesday at 8pm timeslot to Thursdays at 8pm.
The Farewell 12th season of “Bones” which was originally set to return in the fall, on Thursdays at 9pm, has been moved to Winter 2017 instead.
And finally, the return or “Prison Break” will air on Tuesdays in Spring 2017.
From executive producers Dan Fogelman (“Cars,” “Crazy, Stupid, Love.”) and Rick Singer (“Younger,” “American Dad”), “Pitch” is the dramatic and inspirational story of a young pitcher who becomes the first woman to play Major League Baseball.
It stars Kylie Bunbury (photo above), Mark-Paul Gosselaar as Mike Lawson, Ali Larter as Amelia Slater, Mark Consuelos as Oscar Arguella, Dan Lauria as Al Luongo, Mo McRae as Blip Sanders, Meagan Holder as Evelyn Sanders, Tim Jo as Eliot.