Fox has shaken up its midseason schedule, and Joss Whedon may not like it.

Whedon’s highly anticipated “Dollhouse,” which seems to have some skeptics, is going to air on low-rated Fridays (beginning Feb. 13) with “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles” as a lead-in. “Dollhouse” was originally scheduled to air with “24” on Mondays. Instead, “House” will open the night, followed by “24.”

Wednesday was originally going to have “House” leading into the “American Idol” results show. Now “Idol” has been shifted to 8 p.m. and will instead give TV’s biggest lead-in to promising new drama “Lie to Me,” which stars Tim Roth as a “human lie detector.”

“Idol” will premiere Jan. 13 at 8 p.m. and will include the usual two-hour, two-part rollout. “Idol” and “Fringe” will still partner on Tuesdays as planned.

Instead of the reality block of “Hell’s Kitchen” and “Secret Millionaire” on Thursdays, Fox will partner “Hell’s” with a lead-in from “Bones.” Fox had originally intended to shift “Bones” to Fridays in midseason. “Millionaire” will air in December.