FX's 'Fargo' adaptation of the Oscar-winning Coen brothers film made a healthy splash in the ratings this week, in addition to registering a big hit with critics, but buzz will surely build as we approach the arrival of the snow-fallen drama's most surprising additions to date: comedians Keegan Michael Key and Jordan Peele. Watch the stars of Comedy Central's 'Key & Peele' make their 'Fargo' debut in the first footage!
After 19 long months, FX's Emmy-winning 'Louie' will at long last return for a fourth season of new misanthropic adventures in the coming weeks. The initial spots for Louis C.K.'s FX return kept the comedian mostly obscured (when he wasn't diving off a bridge), but now the first bit of footage from the new season has arrived. Check out the latest 'Louie' life problem with a season 4 sneak peek!
We were disappointed, if not altogether unsurprised, to learn that FX's 'Wilfred' would make the fourth season its last with a final run on FXX, though it seems the Elijah Wood-and Jason Gann-adapted comedy will at least go out barking. Check out a first look at 'Wilfred' season 4 as Ryan's talking dog pal announces that the end is nigh!
No real surprise here, but even as FX continues to debut buzzworthy new programming from the likes of last night's 'Fargo' premiere to 'The Strain' this summer, one of the network's most acclaimed series picked up another season. Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell will return for 'The Americans' season 3 in 2015, continuing the undercover spy life in the Cold War era.
Following a somewhat successful 'SNL' return, Louis C.K. will return to TV this coming May for the long-awaited fourth season of FX's Emmy-winner 'Louie.' Most of the early spots have cryptically avoided the award-winning comedian's face, but 'Louie' himself is at last front and center in the newest promo for the May 5 premiere, despite a dire end teased.
Much like last week's 'Justified' season 5 finale, a number of eyes will be on FX tonight for the Coen brothers-adapted premiere of 'Fargo,' so what better time to preview some summer wares? The first teaser-trailer for FX's 'Homeland'-produced Middle Eastern drama 'Tyrant' has arrived, but what does the cryptic desert promo reveal about the buzzworthy new drama?
‘Archer’ season 5 adds a bit more ‘Vice’ in its latest episode “Filibuster,” as Archer fights his way out from under Cyril's reign as San Marco's president, while Krieger attempts to prevent his clones from launching a missile strike against the world.
Previous ‘Archer’ installment “Palace Intrigue, Part 2” saw Archer and the gang desperately attempting to flee the mansion of Gustavo Calderon (Fred Armisen), before the man's wife Juliana ('The Walking Dead''s Lauren Cohan) can reveal her affair with Sterling, so does “Filibuster” keep the changes rolling? Is ‘Archer’ season 5 headed right into the danger zone?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Archer’ season 5 episode 12, penultimate installment “Filibuster!”
Now almost three-quarters of the way through its 100-episode order, FX's Charlie Sheen-centric 'Anger Management' continues raging along week after week, the latest episodes of which will come home in the upcoming 'Anger Management' Volume 3 Blu-ray and DVD release on April 15. To celebrate, we've got an exclusive look at the Volume 3 gag reel, including some scandalous cosplay, Charlie's Hunter S. Thompson impression and more!
A few months ago we heard the monumental news that FXX had paid an astonishing $750 million for syndication and streaming rights to the entire library of 'The Simpsons,' not only an unprecedented deal in the history of TV rights, but also for making America's favorite animated family more accessible than ever before. Now, the network has announced its intent to kick things off with an impressive 12-day marathon of all 522 episodes this coming August.
Now that 'Justified' season 5 has fallen by the wayside, FX is looking to the future for its spring and summer offerings. 'The Americans' season 2 continues to capture critical raves in spite of modest ratings, while the 'Fargo' TV series builds a hefty amount of buzz for its April 15 debut, so what does FX president John Landgraf have to say about the future of either series?