It’s still not entirely clear how FXX measures a threshold with which to renew its comedies, but consider Jay Baruchel’s delightfully absurd Man Seeking Woman safe for another season. FX and FXX have officially confirmed the 2017 renewal, sending on around round of dating misadventures.
FX and FXX’s It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia had already cemented that Paddy’s Pub would stay in business an additional year after the recent 11th season, and now the gang’s good misfortune may never end. FX has officially ordered Seasons 13 and 14 for Dennis, Dee, Mac, Charlie and Frank, tying a sitcom record in the process.
Quietly under appreciated through 2014 came the first season of FXX’s Jay Baruchel-fronted Man Seeking Woman, a delightfully absurdist romp through the perils (and penis monsters) of dating. Those extremes aren’t getting any easier to swallow in the Season 2 red-band trailer, in which coal from Santa should be the least of your worries.
Early promos for It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 11 saw the Paddy’s Pub gang hit the slopes, but the latest full spot for our 2016 premiere really pushes to the limit. We may need a montage, if Always Sunny becomes a full-on ‘80s skiing movie.
Break out the Trash Juice, Gretchen and Jimmy are slowly eking their way out from under the garbage fire that is their relationship. FXX has officially renewed critical darling You’re the Worst for a third season in 2016, simultaneously signing creator Stephen Falk for an overall development deal of additional series.
It’s hard to believe that It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia will be going strong through an eleventh season, its second now on FXX, but the Paddy’s Pub gang doesn’t appear to have lost any steps in the barrel-full of new promos. Check in with Charlie, Dee, Mac, Dennis and Frank with over half a dozen new looks at Always Sunny Season 11!
Just the other day, FX and FXX set official premiere dates in January for It’s Always Sunny in Philidelphia Season 11, and after its initial teasers, Charlie, Mac, Dee, Dennis and Frank have a first full trailer of their return. See what Paddy’s regulars turn up, who’s mainlining wine, and who’s practicing “Bird Law” in the latest footage.
We’re barely halfway through November, and already FX and FXX are gearing up their winter wares for 2016. The cable network has set official premieres for the eleventh season of Always Sunny, as well as the premiere of Ryan Murphy’s American Crime Story, two comedies and more.
The Tracy Morgan comeback train has officially left the station, between the 30 Rock star’s triumphant public return to last night’s 2015 Emmy Awards, and an upcoming SNL return to firmly put the 2014 auto accident behind him. We can also once again expect Morgan to headline his own FXX series, as the recovered comedian assures that development will resume.
FX and FXX’s The League has quietly sprinted toward the end zone of its seventh and final season in recent weeks, but may find its victory lap marred by a disturbing truth. Series lead Steve Rannazzisi has publicly admitted to fabricating a long-told story of nearly perishing at the World Trade Center in the 9/11 attack of 2001.