The creator of the surreal new FXX comedy talks with SPINOFF about casting Jay Baruchel, writing Adolf Hitler with Bill Hader in mind, and … the Japanese Penis Monster.
The hour-long programming block will include original series Lucas Bros. Moving Co. and Stone Quackers.
As FXX’s hallucinogenic man-and-dog comedy winds down its fourth and final season, Elijah Wood discusses the potential answers of the finale.
Ever wanted to watch every episode of The Simpsons to date? FXX is airing all 552 episode of the animated series starting on August 21.
The League creators Jeff Schaffer and Jackie Marcus-Schaffer were joined at New York Comic Con by most of the cast to talk about comedy, improvisation and how they assemble an episode of the FXX series.
The cast and creators of FXX’s first original series Chozen spoke at New York Comic Con about the upcoming animated comedy, which centers on a gay ex-con in search of revenge, redemption and fame as a rapper.
It’s Alway’s Sunny in Philadelphia star Glenn Howerton discusses the series’ continuing snub from the Emmys, the upcoming Game of Thrones episode and his brushes with superhero fame.
With a new season under way, The League co-creator Jeff Schaffer talks with Spinoff Online about the move to FXX, Andre’s wedding and the lengths the show will go to get a laugh.
The stars of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia talked at Comic-Con International about the comedy’s move to FXX, Season 9’s guest stars, Lethal Weapon 6 and the story behind Mac’s real name.
The stars of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia appeared in Hall H to discuss the comedy’s move to FXX, the upcoming episodes written by the Game of Thrones producers, and the disgusting things that Danny DeVito does.
Danny McBride’s HBO series Eastbound & Down is set to end after the fourth season, which kicks off even as his new animated series Chozen debuts on FXX.
In a flurry of announcements, FX ordered the limited series Fargo and renewed the crime drama Justified and the comedies It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The League and Legit. The latter three will anchor the new network FXX.