FX’s supernatural thrill The Strain returns for its third season with New York City having been abandoned by the rest of the country (giving the old ‘You’re on your own, goodnight’ joke a chilling new level of meaning).
Still, the city has Dr. Ephraim Goodweather (Corey Stoll), Abraham Setrakian (David Bradley), Vasiliy Fet (Kevin Durand) and others working to find a way to destroy the strigoi. So there’s that.
The Strain returns to FX on Sunday, August 28th (10/9C). For a few haunting hints about lies ahead for our fearless vampire hunters, follow the jump.
While panels/presentations for FX shows like Archer, The Strain and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia will garner plenty of attention, the network’s ‘FXhibition – An Innovative Activation & Art Installation might be the biggest draw.
Would you believe an immersive American Horror Story VR experience? To avoid lineups, fans can reserve a spot at AHSReservations.com, beginning July 19th.
There will also be unique art installations for Archer, American Horror Story, The Strain, It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, and Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll – and fans can settle in for a cool one in It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’s Paddy’s Pub.
For one night only, FX is bringing the ARCHER Live! touring show to Comic-Con!
ARCHER Live! will be presented on the Inspiration Hornblower yacht at the 5th Avenue Landing on Thursday, July 21st.
The event features H. Jon Benjamin (Sterling Archer), Aisha Tyler (Lana Kane), Jessica Walter (Malory Archer), Judy Greer (Cheryl Tunt), Chris Parnell (Cyril Figgis), Amber Nash (Pam Poovey), Lucky Yates (Krieger), series creator/executive producer Adam Reed (Ray Gillette) and executive producer Matt Thompson – performing an episode of Archer (with fan interactions!).
Fans can now register for tickets to be a part of the ARCHER Live! experience. Follow the jump for details.
FX has announced fall premiere dates for Donald Glover’s new scripted series, Atlanta; the Pamela Adlon and Louis C.K. comedy series Better Things, and the sixth season premiere of American Horror Story.
Follow the jump for dates and series descriptions.
FX is giving Marvel Comics a go – greenlighting an 8-episode season of Legion based on a character from the X-Men comics, David Haller.
David, in the comics, is the son of Professor X, Charles Xavier. Here he’s described as a young man who begins to wonder if the voices in his head might be real.
Dan Stevens, late of Downton Abbey and A Walk Among the Tombstones, has signed on to play David. The series comes from Fargo’s Noah Hawley and is slated for and early 2017 premiere. For more follow the jump.
Now the second brilliant season of Fargo is over, FX has produced an In Memoriam video to say farewll to the season’s fallen. If you haven’t watched the whole season, you might just want to skip this one. If you have, follow the jump.
If you haven’t, you can binge the entire season at FXNOW until February 2nd.
Like the blurbs say, the trial wasn’t the whole story.
FX has released the first trailer for American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson and it’s a study in discomfort. Check it out after the break. American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simspon will premiere in early 2016.