Taboo (FX, Tuesday, 10/9C) reaches its season finale in grand style as the chess game between the East India Company’s Sir Stuart Strange and James Keziah Delaney plays out to its exceedingly appropriate conclusion.
Matthew Broderick has been cast Federal emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Director Michael D. Brown in Katrina: American Crime Story – the second installment in Ryan Murphy’s American Crime Story anthology series.
Brown was in charge of the federal disaster response to Hurricane Katrina.
Season three of Fargo stars Ewan McGregor as brothers Emmit and Ray Stussy – one the ‘Parking Lot King of Minnesota,’ the other a parole officer living in his brother’s shadow.
Fargo: Season Three also stars Carrie Coon, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and David Thewlis.
The FX series – now shooting in Calgary, Alberta, Canada – will premiere on Wednesday, April 19th.
Taboo (FX, Tuesdays, 10/9C) is steaming towards its first season finale and, if it’s anything like this penultimate episode, it should be a roaring good time.
This week’s episode finds James Keziah Delaney betrayed and charged with high treason – but, as always, there’s much more going on than appears on the surface.
Legion (FX, Thursdays, 9/8C) is based on a mutant character from Marvel’s X-titles. In the comics, he’s the son of Professor Charles Xavier and has amazing mental abilities that he isn’t completely sure of and definitely not in complete control of.
Taboo (FX, Tuesdays, 10/9C) continues to add layers of character and suspense as it creeps into darker and darker territory.
Blacklisted, James Delaney takes alternative roads to continue his plans to keep the family trading company alive, while the reveal of his secret affair with his half-sister, Zilpha, leads to an unsettling result for her. Meanwhile, the East India Company finds itself in a very precarious position.
Annette Bening will star as Louisiana governor Kathleen Blanco in the second season of FX’s American Crime Story anthology series.
Ms. Bening is currently starring in 20th Century Women.
FX’s Legion is like nothing you’ve ever seen. So are the network’s latest teasers for the series.
As strange things happen on screen, a calm voice asks questions – he could be a psychiatrist asking a patient questions about a series of motion-Rorschach cards.
The effect is unique – as is the series.
Legion premieres on Wednesday, February 8th. The teasers follow the break.
The second episode of Taboo (FX, Tuesdays, 10/9C) finds James Delaney setting out to make his plans a reality. Suggestions made in the series premiere are affirmed and dangers encountered. The unfolding of events continues at its measured pace, drawing us in with its details and atmosphere.
The first scene of this week’s episode confirms that Sir Stuart Strange of the East India Company has ordered Delaney’s execution. Not only that, but there’s a time limit and the executioner’s employment hangs in the balance. So, stakes raised!
FX Networks has set premiere dates for Feud: Bette and Joan, The Americans and Archer.
The limited series Feud: Bette and Jaon – which tells the story of the feud between movie legends Bette Davis and Joan Crawford – will premiere on Sunday, March 5 on FX.
The penultimate season of TV’s best spy series, The Americans, will premiere on Tuesday, March 7th on FX.
The eighth season of animated action-comedy series Archer will debut on Wednesday, April 5th on FXX.
Series descriptions and times follow the jump.
After a successful season that tied every one of its previous seasons together into a single continuity, American Horror Story has been renewed for seasons 8 and 9 (it was previously renewed for season seven) by FX.
Details follow the jump.