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Fargo Will Return For Season 2
Will Fargo be back for Season 2? According to FX, you betcha! FX announced today that they're moving forward with a second season of the anthology series. Just as American Horror Story does each season, Fargo's second season will feature a new story, a new time period and new characters. And with that, Season 2 will be an opportunity for a new slate of actors.
The Strain Watch: The Box - Evil Stretches Its Legs
Week two of The Strain has shifted gears to personal stories instead of last week's more wide spread scope. But can it still maintain the momentum gained in Night Zero?
Kelsey Grammer Is Kind Of A Diva In New Partners Teaser
FX often takes an offbeat approach to promoting their new series, teasing the concept and tone with subtle videos and imagery before finally releasing a proper trailer to clue us in to what we might expect from the series. Such is the case for their upcoming new comedy, which stars Martin Lawrence and Kelsey Grammer, as you may have noticed by the above teaser.
You're The Worst Review: Candid, Raunchy, Funny FX Rom-Com Premieres Thursday
FX is bringing a bit of romantic comedy to their lineup with Married and You're the Worst, the latter of which comes from Weeds and Orange is the New Black scribe Stephen Falk. If there's one thing the Jenji Kohan series have in common with You're the Worst, it's their shared focus on humorously flawed but likable characters.
Married Review: Latest Comedy From FX Is Too Exhausting To Be Funny
For a long time, FX has been a trailblazer in cable’s original programming lineup, producing comedies and dramas that have attained enviable audiences and engrossed viewers, as well as well as produced attention-grabbing storylines. This week, the network is rolling out a new comedy, Married, about what happens to a couple after children, money troubles and stagnancy set in.
The Strain Watch: Night Zero - He Is Here
The Strain is here, and along with it an extended premiere of horror. If you were one of those people that freaked out at the billboards, you might want to read this recap before going into the waters.
American Horror Story: Freak Show's Creepy (Fan-Made) Teaser Spreads Its Wings
While October is still months away, FX is giving us the very first tease of American Horror Story: Freak Show. The creepy video's timing really couldn't be more perfect, what with Guillermo del Toro's The Strain making its grand debut tonight.
The Strain Review: Guillermo Del Toro's FX Horror Drama Delivers
FX has done a fine job of creeping us all out with their promotions for Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan's new horror-drama The Strain. Having seen the first four episodes of the series, to put it simply, the ads are actually pretty tame by comparison to some of the disturbing events that transpire in the first few episodes of this bloody, creepy series.
The Bridge Review: Season 2 Weaves A More Tangled Web Of Vicious Border Justice
In Season 2, co-creator and showrunner Elwood Reid has up and created his own maddeningly large sea for this drama to wallow in, and even though there are more plotlines to follow than there are highways in Texas, I’m completely entranced by it all.
Sons Of Anarchy Debuts Season 7 Teaser, Adds Courtney Love For Multi-Episode Arc
Did we just watch a teaser trailer for Ghost Rider 3: Jax Attaxx? Nope, this is the very first promo for the seventh and final season of FX’s hugely popular series Sons of Anarchy.
American Horror Story: Freak Show Adds Wes Bentley In A Vengeful Role
The great thing about American Horror Story casting news is that it almost always seems kind of random and yet it also weirdly makes sense, no matter who is being brought on board the drama series, whether it's Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett or in this case, Wes Bentley.
Sons Of Anarchy Welcomes Back Walton Goggins' Venus Van Dam For Season 7
Most actors could only dream of ever playing someone as fabulous as Sons of Anarchy’s Venus Van Dam, the troubled transgender character that The Shield star Walton Goggins quickly and easily turned into one of the show’s most memorable characters.
Denis Leary's Comedy Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll Coming To FX In 2015
It's official! Denis Leary is heading back to FX for a new series! We knew this was a possibility back in January when FX gave Leary's comedy Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll a pilot order. Today comes word that the cable channel has decided to move forward with the project, which is not only created by Leary, but will also star the comedian/actor as the lead character.
The Strain's Disturbing Billboards Removed Following Complaints
It's one thing to use a creepy-gross poster to market a horror series online, but it's apparently quite another to take the same approach with billboards. FX's billboard for The Strain succeeded in getting people's attention, but it wasn't getting the right kind of attention, as complaints about the disturbing image of a worm working its way into an eyeball yielded enough complaints to cause the networks to take them down.
Tyrant Review: New FX Drama Has Potential, Needs Momentum
Taking over Fargo's recently vacated timeslot, Gideon Raff's FX drama Tyrant settles in at Tuesday night with a premiere episode that reveals its potential, not to mention the amount of effort it took for this ambitious project to be made. While the first episode teases an intriguing new drama that will leave you wanting more, the episodes that follow don't quite satisfy.