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FX TV Show Ratings (updated 2/22/18)

FX has been churning out a lot of original scripted series. Some have been hits while many others have not. Which will be cancelled and which will be renewed? Stay tuned!Scripted FX shows listed: American Crime Story, American Horror Story, The Americans, Anger Management, Archer, Atlanta, Baskets, The Bastard Executioner, Better Things, The Bridge, The Comedians, Fargo, Feud, Justified, Legion, Louie, Married, Partners, Saint George, Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll, Snowfall, Sons of Anarchy, The Strain, Taboo, and Tyrant.Last update: The most recent ratings added for Baskets.There's a lot of data that FX execs look at when deciding whether to renew or cancel a TV series but ratings are a major factor. Here's an updated listing of all of their recent/current primetime scripted shows.Read More…
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The 25 Best FX Series of All Time, Ranked

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In a TV world where some services offer up brand new TV shows every week, it’s all the more impressive when a network can maintain quality with only a handful of new series each calendar year. One such channel? FX, which for the better part of the last 20 years, has been a place that’s helped push the boundaries of what’s allowed and what’s successful on TV.

Particularly since 2002 (the year when two of the shows in this collection premiered), FX has become a force for compelling dramas, surprising comedies, and a few shows that proudly defy falling into either category. Not all their efforts have been critical or audience successes (for every “The Shield,” there’s bound to be an “Anger Management”), but there’s a certain consistency to the FX banner that’s come without having a particular house style.

So which of these shows are most worthy of praise?
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‘Anger Management,’ ‘Cristela’ Writer Says She Was Once Fired After ‘Being Sexually Harassed’

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TV writer Daley Haggar is “snitching on Hollywood sexism” in a Lenny Letter published Friday. The “Anger Management,” “Cristela” and “Friends With Benefits” alum says she was fired from a gig after being sexually harassed by a senior staff member she identified as “Carlton.” Haggar, who per IMDb was once a task producer and consultant on “The Apprentice,” did not identify which series the story was referring to — but she shared her motivation for the essay’s timing. “I had drinks with a group of friends — all younger female writers,” Haggar wrote for Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner’s website.
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AwesomenessTV High School Comedy Series 'All Night' Lands at Hulu

AwesomenessTV and Hulu are teaming up once again.

The streamer has acquired exclusive streaming rights to a new comedy from the teen-centered digital producer, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Titled All Night, the series takes place during an overnight, lock-in graduation party in which a group of new grads will do whatever it takes to make their remaining high school dreams come true.

The cast of the half-hour includes Suburgatory alum Allie Grant, The Office's Kate Flannery and Anger Management grad Noureen DeWulf. Chris AvilaBrec Bassinger, Chanel Celaya, Ty Doran, Teala Dunn, Caleb Ray, Eva GutowskiTetona Jackson, Gus Kamp, Tom MadenJenn McAllister,...
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Noureen DeWulf and Ryan Miller’s Toddler Has a Very Sophisticated Palate: Octopus Is ‘Easy for Him to Eat’

Noureen DeWulf and Ryan Miller’s Toddler Has a Very Sophisticated Palate: Octopus Is ‘Easy for Him to Eat’
When your mom is a comedic actress and your father is an NHL player, you’re bound to develop eclectic tastes. And that’s exactly what’s happened with Bodhi Ryan, actress Noureen DeWulf and hockey player Ryan Miller‘s 2-year-old.

“He’s just been in too many Italian restaurants. He loves pasta. When they have octopus on the menu, it’s something easy for him to eat. He just loves it,” Miller, 37, told People Tuesday at Sports Illustrated Fashionable 50 Celebration at Avenue in Hollywood, California.

While they applaud their toddler’s adventurous eating habits, his parents still want him
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Newswire: Selma Blair joins Heathers

Selma Blair is set to star in Heathers, but not as an actual Heather. Instead, Blair will simply be Heather-adjacent, co-starring in the upcoming TV adaptation of the Winona Ryder dark comedy classic, which has just been moved from its starting spot at TV Land over to the Paramount Network. That’s per Deadline, which notes that Blair has been cast as “the gold-digging stepmother” of Brendan Scanlan’s character, Heather Duke. Blair announced the part with an Instagram post showing her character, complete with a line riffing on one from the original film:

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Blair’s been a regular fixture on TV in recent years, appearing as Kris Jenner in the first season of American Crime Story, and as Charlie Sheen’s therapist/love-interest in Anger Management (at least until critical levels of Sheen exposure sent her running for the hills). She joins a cast that includes Grace
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Selma Blair Joins Heathers Reboot

Selma Blair Joins Heathers Reboot
Lick up this Heathers casting news, baby, lick it up: Selma Blair is joining the cast of Paramount Television’s forthcoming reboot.

The Anger Management star broke the news Thursday when she posted a photo of herself, in costume on set, accompanied by the caption, “Do I look like step Mother Theresa?” (a nod to a line from the 1988 cult film).

RelatedHeathers Reboot, Alicia Silverstone’s American Woman Leaving TV Land — Find Out Where They’ll Air

Blair will recur as Jade, a rough-edged, gold-digging stripper who is married to the 82-year-old father of Heather Duke (played by Brendan Scannell
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‘Heathers’: Selma Blair Set To Recur In Paramount Network Reboot

Anger Management alum Selma Blair has signed on for a recurring role in Heathers, based on the 1988 cult classic film, set for premiere on Paramount Network in 2018. Heathers is a pitch-black comedy anthology set in the present day, as our heroine Veronica Sawyer (Grace Victoria Cox) deals with a very different but equally vicious group of Heathers. Blair will play Jade, described as a stripper menthol smoker who is rough around the edges, but with a bit of glamour to…
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TVLine Items: Lindsay Lohan Joins UK Series, Cold Justice Premiere and More

TVLine Items: Lindsay Lohan Joins UK Series, Cold Justice Premiere and More
Lindsay Lohan is headed to the small screen — across the pond.

The Mean Girls actress has joined the Season 2 cast of the British comedy Sick Note, starring Rupert Grint (Harry Potter), Nick Frost (Into the Badlands) and Don Johnson, our sister site Deadline reports.

RelatedAmanda Bynes Planning Return to TV — Watch First Interview in Four Years

The series — which begins airing its first season this fall on UK broadcaster Sky 1 — follows Daniel Glass (Grint), an insurance rep who is wrongly misdiagnosed with a terminal illness and then decides to hide the truth from his colleagues, friends and family. Lohan
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Major League 3 Is Ready to Go, It Just Needs Funding

Major League 3 Is Ready to Go, It Just Needs Funding
After years of talk, it looks like Major League 3 may finally happen. Charlie Sheen has been into the idea of doing the movie for years, but now he says everyone is on board and they are just waiting for someone to "write a check." Assuming they can get financing together, it sounds like original director David S. Ward and the entire original cast are set to return for the long-awaited sequel.

The 51-year-old actor recently spoke with TMZ and revealed that David S. Ward has written the script for Major League 3 and that the movie is ready to go. He also said that "everybody is back," when asked who would be returning. That would presumably include Wesley Snipes and Tom Berenger. Though, he did note that Lou Brown, who was played by James Gammon in both Major League movies, will not be included in the sequel, but said they will "do it in his honor.
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TVLine Items: Vera Farmiga's New Gig, SNL Star to Host Bet Awards and More

TVLine Items: Vera Farmiga's New Gig, SNL Star to Host Bet Awards and More
Vera Farmiga has found her first post-Bates Motel TV role in Amazon’s upcoming sci-fi anthology series Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams.

RelatedGame of ThronesRichard Madden Joins Amazon’s Electric Dreams Anthology

Farmiga appears in the standalone episode “Kill All Others,” in which “a man hangs dead from a lamppost, apparently murdered and inexplicably ignored by passersby, after a politician (Farmiga) makes a shocking statement encouraging violence,” our sister site Deadline reports.

The installment also features Mel Rodriguez (The Last Man on Earth) as an extraordinarily average man and Sarah Baker (Big Little Lies, Louie) as his spouse.
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Laura Bell Bundy Joins ‘Good Behavior’; ‘Zoo’ Casts Delon de Metz

Anger Management alumna Laura Bell Bundy is set for a recurring role on the upcoming second season of TNT drama series Good Behavior, from writer-showrunner Chad Hodge and Tomorrow Studios. Based on a series of books by Blake Crouch, Good Behavior tells the story of Letty Raines (Michelle Dockery), a thief and con artist whose life is always one wrong turn or one bad decision from implosion. Bundy will play Carin, an upscale suburban mother who’s heavily involved in her…
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Chris Brown on black-ish: A Great Comedy Makes a Serious Error

You might not have realized that Chris Brown‘s guest appearance on black-ish happened Wednesday night. That’s likely because, after an initial publicity push, the show made hardly a peep about his participation in this week’s episode.

RelatedApril TV Calendar: The Leftovers and Fargo Return, Handmaid’s Tale Is Told, Gods Rise and 81 Other Dates to Save

If the pullback happened because ABC is ashamed of being associated with Brown, good: It should be.

Brown is a convicted abuser of women. He is a documented user of homophobic slurs. And for the life of me I can’t understand why such a smart,
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Selma Blair Breaks Down In Tears After Driving Away From Gas Station With Nozzle Still In The Gas Tank

Everybody’s had “one of those days,” and Selma Blair got especially emotional in a video she posted a video on Instagram Friday outlining her terrible, horrible, no good day. In the caption accompanying the short but tearful video, the former “Anger Management” star explains that she was still stinging from being taken to task by animal rights […]
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Charlie Sheen Threatens to ‘Brain’ ‘John Voit’ as Actor Speaks at Trump Event

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Charlie Sheen Threatens to ‘Brain’ ‘John Voit’ as Actor Speaks at Trump Event
Apparently Charlie Sheen wasn’t a big fan of Jon Voight’s — or is that John Voit’s? — appearance at the Make America Great Again Celebration. “Anger Management” actor Sheen took to Twitter on Thursday — the same day that Voight spoke at the pro-Trump event — to make his thoughts known in a cryptic, yet thoroughly disgusting, manner. “dearest, (see collage) please ‘shut it’ before i brain you with that fools-gold Oscar of yours…” Sheen wrote, along with an emoticon of a hand flipping the bird. Also Read: DGA Members Receive Threatening Email for Helping With Trump Inauguration (Report) The “collage” in question.
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Find Out Which Female Costars Charlie Sheen Would ‘Kick to the Curb’ – and Why’s He Slamming Rihanna

Find Out Which Female Costars Charlie Sheen Would ‘Kick to the Curb’ – and Why’s He Slamming Rihanna
Charlie Sheen has shared the screen with many of Hollywood’s top talent – but there are a few women he hopes to never work alongside again.

During an appearance on Watch What Happens Live this week, Sheen was asked to rank four actresses from favorite to least favorite as part of host Andy Cohen‘s infamous “Plead the Fifth” game.

His options? Anger Management cast mate Selma Blair, Scary Movie costar Lindsay Lohan, Two and a Half Men guest star Jenny McCarthy, and Spin City‘s Heather Locklear.

“Heather. And then Heather,” Sheen replied. “Lindsay is a trip. She’s work,
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Charlie Sheen Talks HIV Battle One Year Later and Jokes About His 2011 "Roid Rage" Meltdown

Charlie Sheen Talks HIV Battle One Year Later and Jokes About His 2011
It has been more than a year since Charlie Sheen revealed his HIV diagnosis and almost six years since he underwent his now-famous public meltdown, which he now calls his "roid rage." The former Two and a Half Men and Anger Management actor, who is currently promoting his new comedy movie Mad Families, had revealed in November 2015 that he had been diagnosed with the virus, once considered a rapid death sentence. In an interview with ABC NewsMichael Strahan that aired on Good Morning America Wednesday, Sheen recalled how he "immediately wanted to eat a bullet" the day he learned he was HIV-positive. "But my mom was there," he...
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Revolution Studios Sold to Investment Firm Content Partners

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Revolution Studios has been acquired by Los Angeles-based investment firm Content Partners and its affiliate Cp Enterprises, Content Partners announced Wednesday. The studio, which has been behind films like “xXx,” “Anger Management,” “Black Hawk Down” and “Daddy Day Care,” has been owned by investment funds since 2014. Under the new ownership, Revolution Studios will continue as a stand-alone business, led by Cep Vince Totino and COO Scott Hemming, who will now also serve as the company’s president. Under the leadership of Totino and Hemming, Revolution acquired rights to 80 films and also produced “xXx: Return of Xander Cage,” which will hit theaters.
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Revolution Studios Sells to Content Partners

Revolution Studios Sells to Content Partners
Content Partner LLC and its affiliate CP Enterprises have acquired Revolution Studios from investment funds managed by affiliates of Fortress Investment Group for an undisclosed price.

Under its new ownership, Revolution will continue to operate as a standalone business led by chief executive officer Vince Totino and chief operating officer Scott Hemming, who now also serves as president.

The Fortress companies bought Revolution in June, 2014, for an estimated $250 million. Since then, the company acquired rights to 80 additional feature films, produced “xXx: Return of Xander Cage,” and secured deals to exploit the company’s library. The sale of Revolution was part of a plan to recapitalize Revolution — which had stopped film production in 2007 — and position it for growth.

Joe Roth founded Revolution in 2000 as a strategic partnership with Starz Entertainment, Sony Pictures, and 20th Century Fox. The company was never able to deliver a blockbuster hit and was better known for disappointments such as “Gigli” and “Hollywood Homicide.”
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Denise Richards Shares Sweet Photo With Charlie Sheen and Daughters: 'We're Still a Family'

Denise Richards Shares Sweet Photo With Charlie Sheen and Daughters: 'We're Still a Family'
Denise Richards is all about family time.

The 45-year-old actress took to Instagram on Tuesday to share a sweet family photo with her ex-husband, Charlie Sheen, their two daughters, 12-year-old Sam and 11-year-old Lola, and her 5-year-old daughter, Eloise.

Watch: Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards' Daughter Sam Looks So Grown Up -- See the Pic!

"We've had a colorful year," she captioned the shot. "At the end of the day we're still a family. @charliesheen #familydinner"

Sheen has also been sharing family photos. Last week, the former Anger Management star took to Instagram to share a rare shot of Sam.

"Sami: So how was your day dad?" Sheen captioned the cute father-daughter pic."Dad: well sweetie, it went a little something like this... © &$."

Related: Charlie Sheen Turns 51 With Ex Wife Denise Richards, His Daughters and Macklemore

In August, the 51-year-old actor shared a sweet snap of himself, Richards and their two daughters, which he called
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