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FX TV Show Ratings (updated 10/18/19)

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, Fosse/Verdon, Justified, Legion, Louie, Married, Mayans Mc, Mr Inbetween, Partners, Pose, Saint George, Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll, Snowfall, Sons of Anarchy, The Strain, Taboo, Trust, Tyrant, and What We Do In The Shadows.

Last update: The most recent ratings added for Mr Inbetween.

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.

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Band of Brothers Follow-Up Series Masters of the Air Set for Apple TV

Joseph Baxter Oct 11, 2019

Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks are set for a third WWII miniseries with Masters of the Air, which is set for Apple TV.

Apple TV+, the global tech giant’s imminently launching streaming platform, just procured what has to be considered a television crown jewel for its very first in-house-produced series, which is set to reunite the creative team of Band of Brothers and The Pacific, Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks, for a third prestige World War II miniseries.

Masters of the Air is the title of the television project, set for Apple TV+, which will see Spielberg and Hanks return in their capacity as executive producers. The new series, in keeping with the theme of exploring other theaters and aspects of the war, will focus on the skirmishes fought in the skies, based on the 2007 book by Donald Miller, titled in full, Masters of the Air:
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Apple greenlights 'Masters Of The Air' with Amblin Television, Playtone

Apple greenlights 'Masters Of The Air' with Amblin Television, Playtone
Band Of Brothers, The Pacific partners Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks, Gary Goetzman reunite

Marking the first series to be greenlit with Apple serving as the studio, the company has partnered with Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Television and Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman’s Playtone on international limited series Masters Of The Air.

The project will stream exclusively on Apple TV+ and is based on Donald L. Miller’s book of the same name that follows the personal story of the American bomber boys in the Second World War who flew raids over Germany.

Masters Of The Air reunites Spielberg, Hanks
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Steven Spielberg’s ‘Masters of the Air’ Finds Home at Apple TV+

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Less than a month before launch, Apple TV+ has announced the first series that it will actually own in-house via its own production studio: the limited drama series “Masters of the Air,” the third installment in Steven Spielberg’s “Band of Brothers”/”The Pacific” WWII saga.

Based on the nonfiction book “Masters of the Air: America’s Bomber Boys Who Fought the Air War Against Nazi Germany” by Donald L. Miller, the nine-episode limited series follows the story of the Eighty Air Force (aka the “Mighty Eighth”) who brought the war to Hitler’s doorstep.

The follow-up to 2001’s “Band of Brothers” and 2010’s “The Pacific,” “Masters of the Air” will be executive produced by Spielberg through Amblin Television, alongside Tom Hanks and Gary Goeztman for Playtone. Graham Yost will also co-executive produce alongside series writer John Orloff, Amblin Television’s Darryl, and Justin Falvey and Playtone’s Steven Shareshian.
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‘Truth Be Told’ Trailer: Octavia Spencer Seeks Righteous Justice In New Apple TV+ Series

It’s an alarming trend as of late. Men and women—incarcerated for years upon years—are being set free after discovering they’ve been doing someone else’s time in prison. To say such a realization is both infuriating and soul-crushing is an understatement. It also calls into question the legal system as a whole. Are all parts doing their due diligence in seeing that an accused individual is truly innocent until proven guilty? A question like this and circumstances like these form the backbone of the upcoming Apple TV+ series “Truth Be Told.”

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Created and written by Nichelle Tramble Spellman (“The Good Wife” & “Justified”), the show is based on “Are You Sleeping: A Novel” by Kathleen Barber.

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New Hollywood Podcast: Kaitlyn Dever Talks ‘Unbelievable’ And Its Portrayal Of Sexual Assault Survivors

  • Deadline
New Hollywood Podcast: Kaitlyn Dever Talks ‘Unbelievable’ And Its Portrayal Of Sexual Assault Survivors
A Texas native, Kaitlyn Dever started acting at a young age, acting in commercials which eventually paved the way for her to have a blossoming career in Hollywood which started with An American Girl. From there, she began to appear in more and more projects in film as well as TV. Now she stars in Netflix’s Unbelievable, a series which is relevant now more than ever.

In Unbelievable, Dever plays Marie, a teenager who was charged with lying about having been raped. The series, which is based on a true story, follows Marie and two detectives who are investigating similar attacks and searching for the truth.

From comedy to drama, Dever’s resume is quite diverse and shows her range. She recently starred with Beanie Feldstein in Olivia Wilde’s critically acclaimed Booksmart which is emerging as an awards season contender.
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Even Succession's Alan Ruck Says Connor Roy Is in Way Over His Head

Thanks to Ferris Bueller's Day Off and Spin City and memorable guest spots on series like Justified and Bunheads, Alan Ruck has been a familiar face for decades, but with Succession, he's found a role unlike any he's played before. As Connor Roy, Ruck plays the oldest of the Roy siblings who, as

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‘The Unicorn’ Review: CBS Snags a Magic Cast for a Sitcom That’s Ready to Fly

‘The Unicorn’ Review: CBS Snags a Magic Cast for a Sitcom That’s Ready to Fly
If you miss having a steady influx of mid-budget family comedies in the multiplex, consider “The Unicorn” an instant fix to your absent “Instant Family.” Like “Single Parents” on ABC, the new CBS sitcom starring Walton Goggins aims for the heart of modern, middle-aged parents — not the same folks who fall for the CBS brand of fast-food shows like “Man with a Plan” and “Bob Hearts Abishola,” but the ones who want to believe their comfort food is still good for them. With a stylish setting, a stellar cast, and a premiere episode that respects its central character, “The Unicorn” is just the type of series that’ll make parents happy they don’t have to drive to the theater for their dinner-and-a-show date night.

Wade (Goggins) has been going, going, going since his wife died a year ago. With two little girls to raise, a mortgage to pay, and a demanding job in contracting,
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TV Review: ‘The Unicorn’

  • Variety
TV Review: ‘The Unicorn’
Its central character, Walton Goggins’s Wade Felton, has been mourning his wife for a year; he and his daughters (Ruby Jay and Makenzie Moss) have reached the stage of acceptance, though the white-hot heat of active grief lifting allows them now to focus on certain confusions they’d been ignoring: How does a family constructed of four people go on, logistically, as three? And what would it mean to make the first, very tentative attempts towards welcoming a new person in?

All of which sounds like the stuff of drama, but “The Unicorn” moves with an easy and light step. Its concerns include learning to talk to daughters about dating and entering the online-matchmaking fray. These plotlines treat every party (from the daughters to the divorcée Wade asks out) with fairness and, crucially, don’t allow Wade to play the bumbling, inept dad. After all, he’s been a
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Julia Garner (Netflix’s ‘Ozark’) just broke this 40-year Emmy trend in Best Drama Supporting Actress

Julia Garner (Netflix’s ‘Ozark’) just broke this 40-year Emmy trend in Best Drama Supporting Actress
Age may be just a number, but it affects one Emmy category in particular quite significantly over the past few decades. In order to win Best Drama Supporting Actress at the Emmys, there seems to be an unwritten age requirement of 30 or older, as we have seen over the past 40 years of the category’s history, with few exceptions like Katherine Heigl winning at 29 for “Grey’s Anatomy.” There were three actresses nominated this year who could have broken the trend as they were all in their early to mid-20s: Julia Garner, Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams. Garner ended up prevailing Sunday night — see full list of winners.

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Garner is now the youngest to win Best Drama Supporting Actress since Kristy McNichol, who won for “Family” in 1979, two days before her 17th birthday.
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Rookie Guest Star Demetrius Grosse on Being Cleared by Investigation: 'It's Been a Very Challenging Time'

Rookie Guest Star Demetrius Grosse on Being Cleared by Investigation: 'It's Been a Very Challenging Time'
Demetrius Grosse, who guest-starred during Season 1 of ABC’s The Rookie, says it was a “very challenging time” between when Afton Williamson publicly ID’d him in her allegations of sexual harassment and when an independent investigation this week concluded that no one named in the actress’ complaints acted “in an unlawful manner or demonstrate[d] behavior inappropriate for the workplace.”

In an Aug. 4 Instagram post, after TVLine reported that she would not be returning for Season 2, Williamson alleged that she had experienced “sexual harassment from a recurring guest star,” whom she later identified as Grosse. She claimed that she was
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Timothy Olyphant joins Fargo season 4 in key recurring role

FX has made a new addition to its upcoming fourth season of Fargo. Per Deadline, Timothy Olyphant (Once Upon A Time in Hollywood) has joined the season in what is said to be a key recurring role. He joins Chris Rock, Jason Schwartzman, Jack Huston and Ben Whishaw in the latest chapter in the anthology series.

Olyphant, who returns to FX after his critically acclaimed role in Justified, will portray a character called Dick ‘Deafy’ Wickware. The fourth season will take place in 1950’s Kansas City, Missouri and revolve around two rival crime syndicates, one African-American and the other Italian-American, who have struck an uneasy peace.

The official synopsis reads:

In Kansas City, Missouri, two criminal syndicates have struck an uneasy peace. One Italian, one African American. Together they control an alternate economy — that of exploitation, graft and drugs. This too is the history of America. To cement their peace,
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‘Fargo’ Season 4 Adds Timothy Olyphant to All-Star Ensemble Cast

Just when you thought FX had revealed the entire cast for Season 4 of Fargo, along comes Timothy Olyphant to disabuse you of that notion, as the Emmy-nominated star of Deadwood and Justified has joined the all-star ensemble assembled by creator/showrunner Noah Hawley. Season 4 will be set in the '50s in Kansas City, Missouri, where two crime families -- one Italian, one African-American -- have struck an uneasy peace that saw each side trade their youngest son to the other. Chris Rock plays the head of one family, a man who has surrendered his youngest boy to …
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Fargo Season 4 Adds Timothy Olyphant

Fargo Season 4 Adds Timothy Olyphant
Justified vet Timothy Olyphant is headed back to FX, this time for Fargo‘s upcoming fourth season.

According to our sister site Deadline, Olyphant will play the key role of Dick “Deafy” Wickware in the anthology’s next installment, which takes place in 1950 “at the end of two great American migrations — that of Southern Europeans from countries like Italy, who came to the U.S. at the turn of the last century and settled in northern cities like New York and Chicago, and African-Americans who left the South in great numbers to escape Jim Crow and moved to those same cities,
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‘Fargo’ Season 4 Casts Timothy Olyphant in Recurring Guest Role

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‘Fargo’ Season 4 Casts Timothy Olyphant in Recurring Guest Role
Timothy Olyphant has been cast in the upcoming fourth season of “Fargo,” Variety has confirmed.

Olyphant will appear in a recurring guest star role as a character named Dick “Deafy” Wickware. It was previously announced that Chris Rock would star in the fourth season of the critically-acclaimed anthology series. Other stars of “Fargo” Season 4 are: Uzo Aduba, Jack Huston, Jason Schwartzman, Ben Whishaw, Jessie Buckley, Salvatore Esposito, Andrew Bird, Jeremie Harris, Gaetano Bruon, Anji White, Francesco Acquaroli, Emyri Crutchfield, and Amber Midthunder.

The role marks a return to FX for Olyphant, who previously starred in the drama series “Justified” at the network for six seasons. Olyphant most recently appeared in Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood” and reprized his role from HBO’s “Deadwood” in a TV movie follow up to the series. He is also known for his roles in shows like “Santa Clarita Diet” and films like “Hitman,
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‘Fargo’: Timothy Olyphant Joins Season 4 Of FX Anthology Series

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‘Fargo’: Timothy Olyphant Joins Season 4 Of FX Anthology Series
Exclusive: Justified star Timothy Olyphant is returning to FX with a key role in the upcoming fourth installment of the network’s anthology series Fargo, headlined by Chris Rock.

Created, written, directed and executive produced by Noah Hawley, who also serves as showrunner, Season 4 is set in 1950 in Kansas City, Mo. The locale serves as the crossroads and collisions of two migrations — Southern Europeans from countries like Italy, and African Americans who left the south in great numbers to escape Jim Crow, both fighting for a piece of the American dream. In Kansas City, two criminal syndicates — one Italian, led by Donatello Fadda, one African American, led by Loy Cannon (Rock) — have struck an uneasy peace, which the heads of both families have cemented by trading their youngest sons.

Olyphant plays a character named Dick “Deafy” Wickware in a major recurring role.

In addition to Rock, Olyphant joins previously cast Jack Huston,
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‘Unbelievable’ reviews: Toni Collette and Merritt Wever could win Emmys again for timely Netflix limited series

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The 2019 Emmys aren’t over yet, but the 2020 race has already begun. The eligibility period for next year’s awards has been underway since June, and Friday’s premiere of the Netflix limited series “Unbelievable” adds another major contender to the list with its timely story, starry cast and impressive pedigree behind the camera.

Based on a Pulitzer Prize-winning article and an episode of the “This American Life” podcast, the series follows a pair of detectives (Toni Collette and Merritt Wever) as they investigate the rape of a teenager (Kaitlyn Dever), whose report of her assault was doubted by law enforcement. As of this writing, it has a Metacritic score of 81 based on 13 reviews counted thus far — 11 of them positive, two of them mixed. On Rotten Tomatoes, it’s rated 92 percent fresh based on 25 reviews, only two of which are negative.

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‘The Stand’: Whoopi Goldberg, Four More Join Stephen King’s CBS All Access Series

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‘The Stand’: Whoopi Goldberg, Four More Join Stephen King’s CBS All Access Series
Whoopi Goldberg is set to star alongside Jovan Adepo (When They See Us), Owen Teague (Mrs. Fletcher), Brad William Henke (Orange is the New Black) and Daniel Sunjata (Rescue Me) in The Stand, an adaptation of Stephen King’s novel at CBS All Access. They join previously announced cast members James Marsden, Amber Heard, Odessa Young and Henry Zaga. Goldberg and King made the announcement this morning on ABC’s The View.

Written by Josh Boone and Ben Cavell, The Stand is King’s apocalyptic vision of a world decimated by plague and embroiled in an elemental struggle between good and evil. The fate of mankind rests on the frail shoulders of the 108-year-old Mother Abagail (Goldberg) and a handful of survivors. Their worst nightmares are embodied in a man with a lethal smile and unspeakable powers: Randall Flagg, the Dark Man.

Goldberg’s Mother Abagail is a prophet who
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Damon Herriman Says ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ Cut Manson Scene Is One of Tarantino’s Best

Damon Herriman Says ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ Cut Manson Scene Is One of Tarantino’s Best
One of the biggest surprises in Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” was the lack of Charles Manson, played by Australian actor Damon Herriman. Tarantino had warned fans prior to the film’s release that “Hollywood” was not a Manson movie, but many moviegoers expected the infamous serial killer to play a larger role in the narrative. Herriman’s Manson pops up briefly during a scene in which he roams the property of Sharon Tate (Margot Robbie), but, other than that, Manson is only talked about by members of his cult. Herriman recently told Collider that only “a tiny bit” of Manson footage was cut out of the film, but included in the trimming was a scene the actor says ranks as one of Tarantino’s best.

“There wasn’t a number of other sequences,” Herriman says of his Manson role. “Given it was a four hour and 20 minute first cut,
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‘Unbelievable’ Review: Pain Gives Way to Grace in Powerful New Crime Series

Late in the new Netflix miniseries Unbelievable, an attorney laments one of the many unfortunate ways that rape is treated differently by law enforcement than other significant crimes. “Nobody ever accuses a robbery victim of lying,” he notes. “But when it comes to sexual assault?”

Marie (Booksmart‘s Kaitlyn Dever) is accused of lying — repeatedly. The story opens with police arriving at the apartment building for at-risk youth that she moved into after leaving the foster care system. “I was raped,” Marie says plainly. As she relates the tale to
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