You’e the Worst final season gets trailer, FXX release date (Video)

You’re the Worst has dropped a trailer for its fifth and final season. The trailer also comes with the announcement that the show will return on January 9 on FXX. You’re the Worst follows a couple, Gretchen and Jimmy, as they struggle with the pitfalls of modern love. The show has always been a critical darling but has faced challenges. After the first season, the show moved from FX to

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It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia returns Jan 4 to FXX. Watch the teaser now!

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is back for a 12th season! And FX finally announced its premiere date today. Seems we’ll all have to tune into FXX on Jan. 4 — the wait is much too long! — to see what our favorite group of backstabbing, degenerate pals Mac (Rob McElhenney), Dennis (Glenn Howerton), Charlie (Charlie Day), Dee (Kaitlin Olson) and Frank (Danny Devito) have in store for us at

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Jim Jefferies at Gilda’s LaughFest: Bill Cosby, infant death, gun control all fair game for comedy (Review)

GRAND RAPIDS — “Turns out Bill Cosby is a rapist….If I was going to be raped, I’d like to be raped by Bill Cosby. I’ve been a fan of his for years. And how else are you going to meet him?” And so began an evening with Jim Jefferies at the Fountain Street Church (yes church) as part of the fifth annual Gilda’s LaughFest. Throughout the better part of the

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FXX snags Axe Cop, Lucas Bros Moving Co., more for Animation Domination High-Def

The Lucas Brothers are returning to television, along with several other animated comedy series. Animation Domination High-Def late-night programming block from Fox will relaunch on FXX in the new year. New episodes of Lucas Bros. Moving Co. will be joined by new Stone Quackers and reruns of High School USA!, Axe Cop and other ADHD animated shorts. Episodes of The Simpsons will be used as the block’s lead-in, as FXX

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FX’s The League renewed for seventh — and final — fantasy football season

FXX’s fantasy football comedy series The League will return next year— for its seventh and final season. The series revolving around a group of friends’ outrageous antics surrounding their fantasy football league will come to a close with a final 13-episodes in 2015. The League stars Nick Kroll, Steve Rannazzisi, Mark Duplass, Paul Scheer, Jon Lajoie and Katie Aselton (pictured) with frequent appearances from Seth Rogen as Dirty Randy and Jason

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How to Train Your Dragon star Jay Baruchel’s FXX comedy series ‘Man Seeking Woman’ debuts in 2015

This Is The End star and lead voice actor of the How To Train Your Dragon movies Jay Baruchel is now set to become a TV star. FXX ordered his pilot Man Seeking Woman to series. The comedy-centric FX offshoot greenlighted 10 episodes of the half-hour show based on Simon Rich’s book The Last Girlfriend On Earth: And Other Love Stories. Baruchel plays Josh Greenberg, a naive romantic looking for

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FX releases statement about Tracy Morgan’s upcoming series

FX has released a statement concerning Tracy Morgan’s upcoming series for the FXX network, which was scheduled to start shooting in August and premiere in January. The show comes from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia creators Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day and Glenn Howerton. Morgan is currently recovering from a six-car accident that occurred early Saturday morning on the New Jersey Turnpike. FX’s statement is below: The only thing we are

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FXX and FX cancels Jim Jefferies’ ‘Legit,’ Danny McBride’s ‘Chozen’ — RIP, two excellent shows

Jim Jefferies’ Legit and Danny McBride’s animated series Chozen will not return to FX or FXX, after this season ends. The news came after FX Networks CEO John Landgraf, who has been pushing hard on creating original comedies for FX and its baby sister channel FXX, announced he would be doubling the amount of shows for the networks in the upcoming year. Legit closed up shop after last night’s final

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FXX signs Tracy Morgan with comedy from Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton

Saturday Night Live alum Tracy Morgan won’t fuddle around with a pilot for FXX. The comedy-centric sister channel of FX has given a straight-to-series order for a Morgan-starred show. It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia creators Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day and Glenn Howerton (along with writer Luvh Rakhe) came up with the project with the 30 Rock star in mind. FX is allegedly very interested in working with Morgan, having already

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FXX will become the first cable network to air The Simpsons

On the heels of the canceling Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell, FXX has struck a deal to become the first cable network to air The Simpsons. The arrangement will find FX’s new sibling network with the rights to air all 24 seasons – that’s 530 episodes! – of the longest-running comedy series in television history. Episodes will begin airing next August. FXX will also have rights to air The

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Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell gets cancelled, last episode airs tonight

The new network FXX, FX’s comedy-centric cable station, has axed its late-night program Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell due to low ratings. Bell’s show worked on FX playing once a week. During the last leg of its first season, Totally Biased attracted 372,000 pairs of eyeballs on average. Bell seemed to always be on edge about how long FX would keep his show on television, even though it is

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FX announces fifth season of Archer premiere date, moving to Mondays

Not that I haven’t thoroughly enjoyed watching the first three seasons on Netflix and the fourth season via DVR over and over again for the past six months, but FX has finally released the season five premiere date for Archer. And that date is Jan. 13 at 10 pm ET. If you’re a robot, you will have immediately recognized that date as a Monday and not a Thursday, the day

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Glenn Howerton says Rolling Stone misquoted him about ‘Always Sunny’ ending

UPDATE: Glenn Howerton tweeted out the following. Sorry for any confusion… One of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’s stars, creators, producers Glenn Howerton (he plays Dennis) confirmed the bittersweetness talked about the show’s future in a recent interview for Rolling Stone. “There’s a certain point where you wear out your welcome and we don’t want to do that,” Howerton says. “We want to leave them wanting more. We spend a

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Laughspin Podcast, episode 62: Interview with W. Kamau Bell of Totally Biased

On this special episode of The Laughspin Podcast, I had the pleasure of chatting with W. Kamau Bell, comedian and host of Totally Biased, a show that did so well in its first season on FX that it will start airing nightly (instead of just every Thursday) on Sept. 2 on FX’s sister network FXX. The interview went down in Kamau’s office, which he’s barely decorated in the year he’s

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Hannibal Buress, Nick Swardson, Bobby Moynihan will star in animated series ‘Chozen’

As Danny McBride shoots the fourth and final season of Eastbound & Down for HBO, his mind will also undoubtedly be on Chozen, the animated series FX’s to-be launched sister channel FXX just greenlighted. McBride will co-executive produce the series, which follows the life of a gay, white rapper who, upon being released from prison, is looking for redemption. Former writer’s assistant on Eastbound & Down, Grant Dekernion wrote the

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