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    'Wilfred' Returns With More Dark Comedy About Man's Best Friend as a Possible Sign of Mental Illness

    You can find Elijah Wood in theaters this weekend playing a compulsive killer of young women in Franck Khalfoun's remake of "Maniac," offering a physically dissimilar and more angsty take on the crazed character originally dreamed up by Joe Spinell. But on the small screen he's playing a very differ...

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    FX Spinoff Channel FXX Greenlights Gay White Rapper Animated Comedy 'Chozen,' From the Producers of 'Archer' and 'Eastbound and Down'

    FXX, the comedy spinoff network FX plans to launch on September 2nd, will be home to established series "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," "The League," "Legit" and "Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell," all of which will move over from FX. But it will also be a platform for new originals of its own...

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    Lindy West Responds to Rape Threats Following Televised Debate with Comedian Jim Norton

    Following an appearance on FX's late night series "Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell" in which she discussed the ethics of rape jokes, Jezebel staff writer Lindy West has been under attack from asinine internet commenters, local comics, and even co-workers regarding her position against the "anythin...

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    FX Orders a Pilot for Tracy Morgan Comedy 'Death Pact'

    "30 Rock" is gone, but Tracy Morgan was never meant to stay off the air for long. The "Saturday Night Live" alum is starring in a new comedy pilot for FX called "Death Pact," the network announced today.

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    FX Orders a Pilot for Billy Crystal Comedy 'The Comedians,' Written by Larry Charles

    At its upfront presentation in March, FX announced that it was launching a new channel, FXX, focused on comedy. "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," "The League," "Legit" and "Totally Biased With W. Kamau Bell" will shift to the sister network when it launches this fall, but there will also obviousl...

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    Ang Lee Won't Direct the Pilot for FX's 'Tyrant' After All

    "Tyrant," the FX drama from "Homeland" producers Howard Gordon and Gideon Raff, managed a serious coup when it landed Ang Lee as the director of its pilot. The announcement was made in March, less than a month after Lee won the Oscar for Best Director for "Life of Pi," and it was set to be Lee's fir...

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    Trailer: FX's New Drama 'The Bridge' Explores a Killer Working at the El Paso-Juarez Border

    FX may have the best overall average of any network with new dramas of late, coming off of a terrific first year of "The Americans" and with "American Horror Story," "Justified" and "Sons of Anarchy" all going strong in subsequent seasons.

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    'The Americans' Ups Annet Mahendru (Nina) and Alison Wright (Martha) to Series Regulars

    Here's news that offers a hint about the direction the just-wrapped "The Americans" will take in its second season. FX announced today that the spy drama will be moving a pair of its guest stars up to series regular status for its next year -- Annet Mahendru, who plays Nina, and Alison Wright, who's...

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    FX Sets a Date for Season Three of Its Surreal Elijah Wood Comedy 'Wilfred'

    "Wilfred," FX's quirky comedy about a depressive young man named Ryan (Elijah Wood) and the titular canine that he and only he sees as a grumpy Australian guy (Jason Gann) in a dog suit, will return for a third season on Thursday, June 20th. The show will kick off with back-to-back episodes but with...

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    'The Americans' Unites Its Spy and Domestic Sides for a Finale With Car Chases and an Emotional Heart

    In its first season, FX's "The Americans" has offered up a cracking spy story that's steadily upped its stakes until last night's finale had as its centerpiece a white-knuckle sequence in which KGB operatives Elizabeth (Keri Russell) and Phil (Matthew Rhys) took on a pair of missions with a high lik...

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