New Season of ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ Starts in September, Series Moving to New FXX Network
FX has been the home to a number of original comedy and drama series recently and the television network plans to create even more content starting this fall with a new network offshoots called FXX. The new network will debut on September 2 will feature It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The League and Legit.
Besides the three comedy staples moving over from FX, the network will also see their late night show, Totally Biased With W. Kamau Bell, extending to five nights a week. We can expect a pair of new original comedy series in the next couple years along with reruns of past shows in its lineup. Syndicated shows joining FXX include Parks & Recreation, How I Met Your Mother, Rescue Me, Arrested Development, Sports Night and Freaks & Geeks.
FX will continue with to host a number of drama series with the second season of The Americans and the fifth season of Justified this January, the sixth season of Sons of Anarchy this September, and the latest installment of American Horror Story featuring Kathy Bates this October. Archer is currently in it's fourth season with a fifth already scheduled and the comedies Wilfred will return this summer and Louie will debut it's fourth season in May.
Contact your cable/dish provider for information on the FXX Network.