Matthew Weiner FX show

Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner has a new show coming our way. Weiner is developing a half-hour “mystery dramedy” for FX, and beyond that, details are slim. The untitled show will be Weiner’s first new series since Amazon’s The Romanoffs, a show that had a great cast and a fun premise, but didn’t seem to generate much buzz.

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It's Always Sunny season 15

“The Gang Breaks a Television Record” should be the subtitle for the upcoming season of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, which has officially been picked up for its 15th season. This historic renewal makes the show the longest-running live-action comedy series in American television history; it will finally overtake The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, which has held that record since it went off the air in 1966.

And in case there was any doubt, the Sunny gang is going to address the coronavirus pandemic in the new season. Read the statement from creator Rob McElhenney below. Read More »

american horror stories

FX has gone and given a green light to American Horror Stories, a spin-off of the seemingly never-ending American Horry Story. Series creator Ryan Murphy announced the project about two weeks ago, and in that short period of time, FX decided to go ahead with the series. Details are sketchy, and it has yet to be confirmed if Murphy’s regular players will return. But at the very least you can expect more Horror Stories in the near future.

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what we do in the shadows season 3

What We do in the Shadows, the TV series spun-off from the vampire mockumentary of the same name, will sink its teeth into a third season at FX. The network just renewed the show for season 3, promising more undead hijinks on Staten Island. Three more episodes remain in season 2, which is currently running on the network.

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great expectations bbc series

Do we really need a new Great Expectations adaptation? Probably not, but as long as the BBC keeps recycling its costumes, we’ll keep getting more adaptations of Charles Dickens novels. However, BBC’s newly announced adaptation of Great Expectations has a writer that could give the Dickens classic a gritty edge. Steven Knight, best known for creating the stylish 20th century gangster drama Peaky Blinders, is set to write and executive produce the six-part BBC One/FX limited series adaptation of Great Expectations following the success of his dark 2019 A Christmas Carol.

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american horror stories

American Horror Story is one of the most successful anthology series on air today, with each season offering a fresh horror approach from creator Ryan Murphy. But the mega-producer, who has been producing content under a deal with Netflix, is still finding new ways to tell horror stories with a new spin-off series that will double down on the anthology model. Titled American Horror Stories, the spin-off series will consist of hourlong standalone episodes, rather than the season-long horror arcs of the original show.

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Mark Hamill - Star Wars The Last Jedi Disagreement

Mark Hamill will always be known as Luke Skywalker, but outside of the Star Wars saga, he’s been doing extremely interesting work with an array of eclectic characters. On top of his incredible voice work as The Joker in Batman: The Animated Series and recent turns in The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance and Avengers Assemble, Hamill has also been appearing on live-action shows like The Flash and Knightfall. But his latest role is one of the most exciting yet.

The second season of What We Do in the Shadows has recruited Mark Hamill as an ancient vampire who is a rival of Laszlo, played by Matt Berry. The new character tracks down Laszlo out of nowhere to settle a personal debt, and based on the first look photo of Mark Hamill in What We Do in the Shadows, this is going to be a lot of fun. Read More »

little demon

Can Danny DeVito offer you a new animated series in these trying times? Or at least just a pilot for an animated comedy starring him, his daughter Lucy DeVito, and Aubrey Plaza that is executive produced by Rick & Morty creator Dan Harmon? FX is answering your prayers for the latter, giving a formal green light to the pilot for the animated comedy Little Demon, a half-hour series which will star DeVito as the Devil and Plaza as a reluctant mother who gives birth to the Antichrist.

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devs ending explained

Alex Garland‘s miniseries Devs follows in the footsteps of Garland’s films Ex Machina and Annihilation, in that its a weighty, mysterious, and often bleak sci-fi story with layers upon layers. And now that the series has come to an end, you might be wondering: what did it all mean? Don’t worry: there actually are answers. Garland isn’t just setting things up and walking away, leaving us to fend for ourselves. The keys to unlocking the mysteries of Devs are already in our hands.

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what we do in the shadows season 2 featurette

It feels like eons since What We Do in the Shadows debuted on FX last year, but the vampire mockumentary series based on Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement’s 2014 comedy is back from the dead. The series returns for its second season today, and in celebration, FX has released a new behind-the-scenes featurette that dives into all the juicy plot developments and star-studded cameos. Watch the What We Do in the Shadows season 2 featurette below.

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