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FX Announces MARRIED, TYRANT, and SEX&DRUGS&ROCK&ROLL Premiere Dates

April 8, 2015 by  
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fxFX has set some of its summer lineup. While returning shows MARRIED and TYRANT’s second seasons have their premiere dates announced, THE STRAIN’s premiere date is still TBA.

Additionally, the new comedy SEX&DRUGS&ROCK&ROLL will launch in July, and there’s a new Louis C.K. standup special coming.

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FX Renews MARRIED and YOU’RE THE WORST — WORST Moving to FXX

September 30, 2014 by  
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YOU’RE THE WORST and MARRIED have been renewed, FX announced. Both shows will have 13-episode second seasons (up from their first-season 10 episodes), and YOU’RE THE WORST will transition over to FXX.

“We love these shows and the creative visions of Andrew Gurland of MARRIED and Stephen Falk of YOU’RE THE WORST,” said Nick Grad, co-President of Original Programming, FX Networks and FX Productions, in a statement. “Both series have terrific ensemble casts and outstanding lead performances – Nat Faxon and Judy Greer in MARRIED, and Chris Geere and Aya Cash in YOU’RE THE WORST. These shows are honest, 360-degree looks at relationships and we’re excited to see how they evolve.”

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MARRIED: Nat Faxon Teases His New FX Series and Reuniting with Judy Greer

July 17, 2014 by  
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married-nat-faxon-judy-greerRom-coms are all the rage in this upcoming season’s new comedies, but for the new FX series, MARRIED, the focus is more on what really happens after the “happily ever after.”

“The differences between network and cable are pretty evident as far as I think on this show we’re allowed to be darker and more tragic and slightly dirtier, and network is just more heightened and a little bit glossier,” MARRIED star Nat Faxon (Russ) told reporters on the show’s set. “There’s a rhythm to network TV I feel like that is different — at least [with] this show. I feel like this lives in a sort of more honest place, as far as what relationships are really like. I don’t think we strive to be funny all the time on this show, and I think that’s one of its strengths in a sense. It took me a little bit to get used to that.”

Because the show is so grounded, Faxon has found that his reality has often echoed what he’s had to play on-screen.

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