Fox is moving "Glee" to Thursday nights and turning its Tuesday schedule over entirely to comedies.
The network said Monday that it will add two new comedies and one new drama to its schedule in the fall. Fox is the second of the broadcast networks to announce their fall schedule this week, following NBC on Sunday.
The network faces a challenge this year caused by the severe ratings drop of its top show, "American Idol," which has lost a quarter of its audience.
The new comedies are a romantic story starring Mindy Kaling and another about siblings with dramatically different styles. The drama is "The Mob Doctor," about a surgeon who has to pay off her family's debt to the Chicago mob.
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