FX Networks used their Television Critics Association press tour today to announce their entire midseason line-up premiere dates including shows on FX, FXX, and FX on Hulu. For those who miss the broadcast on FX or FXX, don’t worry because episodes arrive the next day on-demand on FX on Hulu.
In addition, Ryan Murphy’s anthology horror series “American Horror Story” has been renewed for an additional three seasons – carrying the show through to a thirteenth season. The recent “AHS1984” was the ninth with the tenth currently in production ahead of a late 2020 premiere.
Don’t see “Atlanta”? Don’t worry. FX Networks Chairman John Landgraf confirms the show is getting a ten-episode third season and an eight-episode fourth season with both likely to premiere in 2021.
New shows this year include the Martin Freeman-led comedy “Breeders,” the Lil Dicky comedy “Dave,” the documentary series “The Most Dangerous Animal of All,” the all-star mini-series “Mrs. America,” and Alex Garland’s sci-fi drama “Devs” with the latter residing entirely on the FX on Hulu service.
The full line-up of premiere dates:
Mon, March 2nd: “Breeders”
Tue, March 4th: “Dave”
Thu, March 5th: “Devs,” “Better Things: S4,” “Cake: S2”
Fri, March 6th: “The Most Dangerous Animal of All”
Wed, April 15th: “Miss America,” “What We Do in the Shadows: S2”
Sun, April 19th: “Fargo: S4”
Wed, May 6th: “Archer: S11”
Check out a promo trailer for FX on Hulu and the first trailer for the “Mrs. America” mini-series below:
Hulu’s about to get a little more fearless.
Get ready for FX on Hulu, launching this March!
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