FX Winter 2013 Premiere Dates

FX has announced the Winter 2013 premiere dates for  its new and returning shows. Justified  returns for its fourth season on  January 8 , and will  continue to run  Tuesdays at 10 PM ET/PT . Developed by Graham Yost and starring Timothy Olyphant, Justified  is based on the works of crime novelist Elmore Leonard, including Leonard’s short story “Fire in the Hole.” In Season 3, Deputy US Marshal Raylan Givens (Olyphant) faced off against dirty politics, hidden fortunes, a mysterious criminal ringleader named Limehouse, and Quarles, an ambitious gangster from the underbelly of Motor City. This January, Raylan will start to pick at the thread of a cold case over 30 years in the making , unraveling a riddle that echoes all the way back to his boyhood and his criminal father’s bad dealings. Meanwhile, Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins) finds his grip on Harlan loosening due to a Pentecostal preacher with a penchant for theatrics and a knack for manipulation to rival his own. Yost is an Executive Producer, along with Leonard, Carl Beverly, Sarah Timberman and Fred Golan. Read More...

FX Renews Russell Brand's 'BrandX,' 'Totally Biased With W. Kamau Bell'

As part of the move, FX will expand Brand's late night format from a half-hour to an hour.

FX's renews 'Totally Biased With W. Kamau Bell'

FX has ordered what the network is calling a second cycle for "Totally Biased With W. Kamau Bell," renewing the late-night comedy show after only five airings.

'Totally Biased With W. Kamau Bell': Chris Rock serves as late night host's 'foul-mouthed Yoda'

You might not know W. Kamau Bell, but if all goes according to plan, you'll know exactly what you're getting with his new late-night talk show. It's all there in the title.Premiering Thursday, Aug. 9, on FX, "Totally Biased With W. Kamau Bell" -- from executive producer Chris Rock, whom Bell calls his "foul-mouthed Yoda" for all the words of wisdom Rock has imparted -- puts Bell's political persuasion front and center. Er, front and left, actually. It's "comedy from a not even left-leaning, but left-laying-on-the-ground perspective," Bell says. While he was still figuring out the exact format of his show at interview time, objectivity will most certainly not be a part of it."Luckily, I'm not a journalist, so I don't even have to pretend to play into that," he says. "I have friends who are journalists, and they try to be objective, and I just am like, 'Well, that sucks for you.' Then you...