The Television Critics Association press tour is continuing with FX’s presentation revealing a bunch of information about their various series.
First up, the “Sons of Anarchy” spin-off “Mayans MC” has been given the green light. Boasting an almost entirely Latino cast, the ten episode first season will debut late summer/early fall, around the 10th anniversary of “Sons of Anarchy,” and will be set after the events of that series.
FX CEO John Landgraf confirms “Fargo” creator Noah Hawley has an idea for and is developing a fourth season of “Fargo” which the network expects will air in 2019.
Hawley’s other series “Legion” returns with a second season this April and has cast Navid Negahban (“Homeland”) in the role of The Shadow King, replacing Said Taghmaoui. Events pick up one year later with David trying to figure out what’s happened in the past year.
Next up, the network has set a March 1st premiere for the second season of Donald Glover’s “Atlanta” which will go by the name “Atlanta Robbin’ Season”. “Trust,” the upcoming event series about the Getty family, premieres March 25th which is two months later than originally planned. There’s also the last season of the long-running “The Americans” which will premiere March 28th.
Finally, producer Ryan Murphy confirmed the eighth season of “American Horror Story” will be set in the future – the first time the anthology series has adopted such a setting. How far is unclear at present.
Source: TV Line