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!
Though FX had initially seemed confident in FX dramedy 'Wilfred''s third season, the significantly lower ratings have effectively put the series down for good. The cable network has announced that the surreal Elijah Wood-Jason Gann comedy will move to FXX for shortened final season in 2014, wrapping up its run altogether after four years.
Last year's Comic-Con saw FX offering somewhat of a reduced presence without 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia,' but given the upcoming spinoff network FXX, Comic-Con 2013 will herald the Paddy's Pub gang's glorious San Diego return. Joining 'Archer,' 'Wilfred' and 'Sons of Anarchy,' FX has announced its full slate of panels for the upcoming pop culture pilgrimage.
While there's no telling how different 'Wilfred' season 3 could feel now that showrunner David Zuckerman has left the series, we're eagerly awaiting the latest demented misadventures of Ryan and his imaginary pal. FX has officially set a June 20 premiere date with back to back episodes, and a number of new guest stars, so what other bones will FX throw 'Wilfred' fans this year?
Now that 'Justified' season 4 has come to a close and FX has announced its upcoming slate for the forseeable future, 'Wilfred' is starting to come out of the woodwork. The third season of the FX dramedy has yet to set an official premiere under new showrunners Reed Agnew and Eli Jorne, but recent castings and the latest batch of teasers from the acclaimed series all but assure 'Wilfred' will soon heel. Check out the first look at 'Wilfred' season 3 inside!
Even with FX's stock on the rise of late, it's been a good long while since we've heard anything about the upcoming third season of surrealist comedy 'Wilfred,' particularly since showrunner David Zuckerman stepped down from his position. Now, as the series gears up for its upcoming summer release, former 'Fringe' star Lance Reddick will pick up the ball as a guest star for season 3, but what authoritative figure will the former Agent Broyles play this time around?
Hooray, doggie bones and bongs for everyone! Up until now we'd been somewhat nervous about the fate of FX's critically-adored surrealist drama 'Wilfred,' after the network aired its second season finale without news of a guarantee for the third. Today we've learned for certain that the Elijah Wood/Jason Gann man's best friend comedy has indeed fetched another year, but what shake-up is in store? Will 'Wilfred' have a different bite for season 3?
Even though 'Wilfred' technically had its season 2 premiere already, 'Sons of Anarchy' won't return until September, and 'Archer' season 4 has no set date, this marks a big week for FX. Not only will the network premiere Charlie Sheen's new vehicle 'Anger Management' and the third season of 'Louie,' but FX has announced their full Comic-Con 2012 plans! What shows will host a presence in San Diego, and what will we see?
It stands to reason that if one is crazy enough to imagine a human being in a dog costume in place of an actual dog, the viewers of a show chronicling as much probably have a few neuroses of their own. So why risk an incident? FX's 'Wilfred's season 2 premiere is scheduled for June 28, but you can get a fresh dose a full two weeks earlier.
June is finally upon us, meaning that cable rolls out its summer slate while the network giants slumber, or roll out some insane reality shows, or what have you. As for FX, this summer will not only see the second season of 'Wilfred' and the third season of 'Louie,' but also see the debut of Charlie Sheen's post-'Two and a Half Men' vehicle 'Anger Management' and FX's first late night foray 'Brand X with Russell Brand.' How would you like a sneak peek?