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Actors from "Parks & Recreation," "Downton Abbey" and "Fargo" will star in the pilot for FX.
"Archer" heads to 1980s Hawaii with a note-perfect parody of the opening credits to the Tom Selleck drama.
Contrary to an earlier report, the sixth season of FX's hit anthology series apparently won't take on the fictional supernatural figure.
FX's hit anthology series reportedly also hopes for the return of Lady Gaga following her Golden Globe-winning performance in "Hotel."
"Flash" star Grant Gustin reveals he knows who Zoom is; director Joe Russo addresses Steve Rogers' love life and more.
Brian K. Vaughan will have his pick of a partner from a "number of producers and writers" as he brings his classic series to television.
FX Network CEO says the network is excited about the way the show's developing, but that it won't cross over with the "X-Men" films.
Details about Keller's role in "Legion," a television show based in Fox's "X-Men" universe, are currently being kept largely under wraps.
Midway through the second season of the acclaimed crime series, FX has announced it will bring back "Fargo" for Season 3.
Kurt Vonnegut’s celebrated 1963 novel “Cat’s Cradle” is in development at FX as a TV series with Noah Hawley adapting.
The "Sons of Anarchy" creator took out an ad to announce he’s ending the struggling FX drama after one season.
The rumors of an X-Men film shooting in 2017 may've been unfounded; "iZombie" tackles superhero tropes in "Cape Town" episode and more.
FX has ordered a sixth installment of the critically acclaimed horror anthology series created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk.
"Edge of Tomorrow" director Doug Liman is rumored to be in the running for "Gambit"; Anthony Mackie bonded with Paul Rudd on set and more.
With the news of FX ordering a new live-action "X-Men" series, Hawley discusses exactly how connected it will be to the greater cinematic universe.
Two X-Men-inspired TV series are currently in development: "Legion" at FX, featuring Charles Xavier's son, and a Hellfire Club-based series at Fox.
Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra's "Y: The Last Man" has landed a television series following plans for a film adaptation, which fell through at New Line.
Lady Gaga leads an ensemble cast that includes Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Matt Bomer, Evan Peters and Naomi Campbell.
Jamie Lee Curtis made her Comic-Con debut, joining series co-creator Ryan Murphy and the casts of FX's "American Horror Story" and Fox's "Scream Queens."
The actor-comedian made his Comic-Con International debut with a panel for the new FX comedy about a washed-up rocker given another shot at fame.
With season two currently unfolding, FX has already renewed Guillermo del Toro and Carlton Cuse's "The Strain" TV series.
"Ant-Man" co-star Corey Stoll discusses going on the offensive in "The Strain" season two, and his TV character's problem drinking.
Guillermo del Toro and the "Strain" cast and crew spoke at Comic-Con about deviating from the novels for the second season of the vampire drama.
Denis Leary, John Corbett and Elizabeth Gillies talked at Comic-Con International about fame, music, family and being cool next to real-life rock stars.
Guillermo del Toro and Carlton Cuse discuss their take on vampires, and "The Strain" deviating from its source material in season two.
FX debuts a haunting first look at Kurt Sutter's new series, a Medieval drama about a knight who is unable to escape the horrors of war and violence.
Despite deflections from the show's cast and creators, SPINOFF did glean a few clues of what fans have to look forward to on FX in 2016.
The first trailer for the FX's drama's second season offers some hints at what to expect when the show heads back to 1979.
The international pop star checks into the hit FX series with the upcoming season’s first video teaser.
"The Strain: The Animated Prequel" teaser explains the long history of the Occido Lumen text and just how it will help humanity against the Strigoi.
Jesse Eisenberg says his Lex Luthor won't be a "silly, villainous"; Jai Courtney talks Jared Leto's method Joker performance and more.
Creators Jason Aaron and Jason Latour will serve as executive producers of the series, based on their Eisner-nominated Image Comics crime drama.
Ahead of the season finale, the actor discusses Archer's personal growth, movie possibilities and his own superhero aspirations.
The fan-favorite actor has been cast as the future U.S. president in the 1970s-set second season of the FX crime series.
The actress admits that in live-action she'd probably balk at some of the darker, more twisted material – but she loves it nonetheless.
Ahead of tonight's season premiere, the actor talks with SPINOFF about the addition of Frank Langella, and the brewing battle between Philip and his wife.
The executive producer discusses drunken casting, infant endangerment and a back-to-basics approach to FX's animated spy comedy.
The Oscar nominee talks with SPINOFF about her role as the three-breasted Desiree, one of the star attractions of FX's "Freak Show."
Appearing at New York Comic Con, the stars and producers of the FX spy drama discussed character relationships, Stan's rough year and, yes, wigs.
The cast and crew of the FX animated comedy kept their New York Comic Con panel light, teasing developments for the upcoming sixth season.