Ryan Murphy’s $300 million deal with Netflix left us wondering about his many FX projects in development – and with good reason. The busy showrunner says “I don’t quite know” the fate of either Katrina: American Crime Story or a Feud sequel with Princess Diana and …
Ryan Murphy may be moving his operation to Netflix, but American Horror Story looks as familiar as ever. Newly confirmed for the eighth season are returning faves Evan Peters and Kathy Bates, while Murphy himself hesitates to strike down a certain “Radioactive” rumor.
It’s official – Alex Garland is bringing a new sci-fi series to FX. The Annihilation and Ex Machina director’s new Silicon Valley drama Devs has an official pilot order for the fall, along with new details of the story and Garland’s involvement.
We’ve seen some trippy promos and footage snippets, but nothing will prepare you for the insanity of Legion Season 2’s full trailer. Meet the Shadow King, learn what happened to David and just plain dance it out with an extended sneak peek of the April premiere.
A recent FX promo for 2018 brought not only our first look at Legion, but also an urgent reminder – Archer’s back, baby! Yes, our favorite animated super-spy is finally moving from Dreamland to Danger Island, as FXX sets an April premiere with a new look at the ninth season.
Just in time for a glowing review of Annihilation, Alex Garland is also opening up about his new FX drama. The Ex Machina director’s sci-fi limited series shooting later this fall officially has a working title, premise and more fresh details.
We figured the promotional campaign for Legion Season 2 would be pretty cerebral, but not threaten our own sanity. Allow Aubrey Plaza to convince you that FX’s Legion was never real at all, even as a mysterious new trailer suggests otherwise.
Ratched and The Politician were just the beginning of Ryan Murphy’s Netflix career. The American Horror Story and Pose showrunner has officially made the streaming service his new home, signing a whopping $300 million deal to develop new series for the next five years.
Last year brought word that Ex Machina director Alex Garland would take his sci-fi talents to TV for a new FX series, though the director has since turned his gaze to Annihilation. Now, Garland provides a few hints of what to expect for the eight-part series, which itself may begin production later …