Rose Byrne, Sarah Paulson, John Slattery, Uzo Aduba, Ari Graynor, Melanie Lynskey, Jeanne Tripplehorn, James Marsden, Margo Martindale, Kayli Carter and Tracey Ullman are boarding the limited series “Mrs. America.” These actors will be joining Cate Blanchett in her first U.S. TV show, which has been set on FX.
The cable channel FX has given “Legion” a Wednesday 10:00 p.m. timeslot. Set to premiere on Feb. 8, 2017, the show follows Dan Steven’s character, David Haller, who is known as Professor Xavier’s son from the “X-men” film
The drama series that centers on a Middle Eastern-American family has just been cancelled by FX. “Tyrant” aired its third season finale early tonight, Sept. 7, but the episode was actually it’s last one. “Tyrant” starred Adam Rayner, who plays Barry Al-Fayeed, who returns to his roots in a Middle East nation. He belongs to the ruling family of the country in the midst of a power grab.
One of this decade’s crop of best TV shows include “Fargo,” which had another well-received run for its second season recently. Weeks before the show’s Season 2 finale, it was revealed that “Fargo” will be returning for a third year, as per Variety. However, its creator said Tuesday that the upcoming season won’t be returning to television until 2017.
The Emmy and Golden Globe winning limited series “Fargo” is set to return for a third season. According to a press release from FX, creator Noah Hawley, producers Warren Littlefield, Joel & Ethan Coen, and John Cameron are also on board the next chapter of the series.
Following months of negotiations, FX and Fox are finally pushing forward with TV shows based on the “X-men” universe. “Legion” on FX is already set for a pilot, while “Hellfire” on Fox will begin its development.
FX and Kurt Sutter are bringing the biker gang back. This time, however, the story will be putting the Mayans Motorcycle Club to the front and center.
Once again, HBO leads this year’s nomination at the Critics’ Choice Awards for Television, followed by FX. Meanwhile, network television CBS, ABC and FOX also have plenty of nominations.
Two new renewal announcements for television have been confirmed today. First, the FOX comedy series “New Girl” has been given a fifth season, while the FX spy drama “The Americans” is coming back for a fourth season.