FX today unveiled five new docuseries and one documentary feature as part of an ongoing expansion into non-fiction programming. Announced by Nick Grad and Gina Balian, Presidents, Original Programming, FX Entertainment, the new series build on the success of The Weekly, FX’s new narrative docuseries with The New York Times.
In light of Louis C.K.’s admission of acts of sexual harassment, FX Networks has ended their association with him.
FX Networks today issued the following statement:
Ryan Murphy – creator or co-creator of shows like Nip/Tuck and American Horror Story – has launched Half, an initiative within Ryan Murphy Television that aims to make Hollywood more inclusive by creating equal opportunities for women and minorities behind the camera.
Half has also launched a Directing Mentorship Program in which every director on every Ryan Murphy Television production mentors emerging directors through pre-production to post-production along with offering a significant stipend for their commitment.
FX Network finally brings honest to god Marvel mutants to television in their latest project – Legion, which premieres February 8th. I generally love FX programming. They aren’t afraid to push the envelope and go off kilter. The problem with FX shows is they all start very slow and usually take 3 or 4 episodes before they manage to suck you in. They require a lot of patience before things start paying off. Its intellectual television disguised as popcorn entertainment. I know this is a weird statement but work with me.
FX Networks has announced the Winter 2016 premiere dates for five series – It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Man Seeking Woman on FXX; Baskets, American Crime Story and The Americans on FX. Details follow the jump.
Welcome to the first installment of FX Weekly where we’ll give FX Network fans a sneak peak at next week’s awesome shows! In the first installment we have several clips and tidbits from American Horror Story, Sex & Drugs & Rock and Married!
Matthew Lillard was on set to talk about his role as the hard partying El Paso Times reporter Daniel Frye whose promising journalism career had been marred by his substance abuse; investigating the bridge murders may be his only ticket to redemption.
Matthew met with journalists and bloggers to talk about the second season of “The Bridge”, which returns on July 9, Wed. 10/9c on FX.
We are back with more interviews from the set visit to “The Bridge”! Our first featured interview was with Demian Bichir. We return with a second featured interview with none other than the wonderful lead actress Diane Kruger who plays El Paso homicide detective Sonya Cross. She met with journalists and bloggers to talk about the season of “The Bridge”, which returns for a second season on July 9, Wed. 10/9c on FX.
“The Bridge” returns for a 2nd season on FX. The story centers around Mexican detective Marco Ruiz played by Demian Bichir and El Paso detective Sonya Night played by Diane Kruger as they join forces to find a serial killer menacing both nations along the Bridge Of Americas at the Texas-Chihuahua border. It premieres on July 9, Wed. 10/9c on FX.
Demian Bichir is an Oscar nominated actor with a notable career that spans decades. During a set visit, the talented Demian Bichir met with journalists and bloggers to talk about the second season of “The Bridge”.
It’s a bleak week for some beloved FX characters: Archer is called on the carpet; Raylan is asked some uncomfortable questions; Philip and Elizabeth Jennings run the ragged edge of disaster; even Chozen can’t keep a gig, and don’t get me started on poor Billy…
Follow the jump to see what’s ahead on FX Network series Archer, Chozen, Justified, Legit and The Americans.