If you want to give Ryan Murphy credit for one thing, he’s apt at creating characters that are so unlikable you only continue to watch to see how low they will go. With Nip/Tuck the doctors of McNamara/Troy were so terrifically awful that you were glued to your TV screen, at least until the ill-fated move to LA, but with
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Today FX Networks announced premiere dates for their new dark comedy Wilfred, the second season of Louie and the final season of Rescue Me. Check out the press release after the break
FX just announced that Justified, the highly acclaimed drama staring Timothy Olyphant, has been renewed for a third season. We’ll let the press release do the talking, but this is great news!
Per a press release sent out today from FX, the cable outlet will not be renewing critically acclaimed drama Lights Out for a second season. The first, and now, only, season’s final two episodes will continue in the show’s normal timeslot Tuesdays at 10PM E/P with the series finale airing April 5th
The Emmy and Golden Globe winning team of Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, responsible for the FOX hit Glee and past FX hit Nip/Tuck are reteaming with the cable network for American Horror Story, although details are slim at this time as to what the potential series would even be about, a pilot has been greenlit. Murphy and Falchuk go
Aside from a late push from AMC’s The Walking Dead, FX’s Justified was 2010’s best new show and the series returns for its sophomore season tonight on FX picking up right where season one left off and the aftermath of the shootout at the cabin in the woods that left a good majority of season one’s bad guys dead or
FX is building a dynasty of fantasy proportions. The cable network has picked up comedy The League for a third season filming this summer and debuting this fall on the net. Without repeats, The League averaged 1.4m viewers and 1.1m viewers in 18-49 for season two, both increases from season one. Check out the full press release after the jump
Archer returns tonight, January 27, 2011, on FX and along with it comes the completely psychotic humor that, once again, fires on all cylinders in a world lampooning the exploits of some guy named Bond. Taking a cue from current events, ISIS is forced to rethink their operation due to the economy, with Malory Archer (Jessica Walter) contemplating selling ISIS
FX’s latest series, Lights Out, premiered January 11 to 1.5 Million viewers and 793,000 viewers in the coveted 18-49 demographic. With encores at 11P and 1A delievered a gross viewership of 2.4 Million viewers and 1.3 Million in the demo. Most recently Terriers debuted to 1.6 million Total Viewers and 659,000 Adults 18-49 (Live+Same Day) and back in September the
Five years ago Patrick “Lights” Leary and Richard “Death Row” Reynolds (Billy Brown) duked it out in a still controversial fight that took away Leary’s title and committed his career to retirement at the insistence of his wife, Theresa (Catherine McCormack), and for the sake of his three daughters. However, as the economy worsened and his larger-than-life-dreaming brother Johnny flushed