Fox on Monday announced programming moves that include a revamping of its Thursday night lineup, the premiere of a new comedy, "Ask Harriet," and the return of "New York Undercover."
Those series will replace the veteran comedy "Living Single" and the freshman drama "413 Hope St.," both of which have struggled in the ratings this season.
"Living Single," about four female friends living in New York City, will end its five-year run with two back-to-back episodes on Jan. 1, starting at 8 p.m. The final episode of "413 Hope St.," about a youth center in New York City, will air the same evening at 9 p.m.
The remaining Thursday night Fox show, "Between Brothers," will move from 8:30 to 8 p.m. starting Jan. 22.
Fox also announced that "Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction," a reality-based hour exploring improbable occurrences in everyday life, will return to the network on Fridays, starting Jan. 23, as a replacement for the previously canceled "The Visitor." "Beyond Belief" premiered in May and ran several weeks during the summer on Sundays.