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FX TV Show Ratings (updated 10/11/19)

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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Celebrities Attend Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy's Brooklyn Black Tie Ball

On Thursday, October 4, 2019 the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy held its “Brooklyn Black Tie Ball” on Pier 2 of the famed waterfront park.

Jennifer Connelly and Paul Bettany

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Over 700 guests attended the event and helped raise $1.32 million to support the park’s public programming.

Party guests included: Award-winning English-American actor Paul Bettany; ); Head of NY Practice, Tusk Ventures and Chairman of the Board for Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy Chris Coffey, Academy Award-winning actress Jennifer Connelly; New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio; star of Vogue’s feature documentary The First Monday in May and Co-Founder/CEO of Maisonette Sylvana Durrett; Honoree, Co-Founder, and Chief Executive Officer of L&l Mag MaryAnne Gilmartin; Honoree and former Deputy Mayor of Housing and Economic Development Alicia Glen; Host of NBC’s Today Show and daughter of former president George W. Bush, Jenna Bush Hager; Actress and star of HBO series Girls Jemima
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‘Stranger Things’ have happened: Millie Bobby Brown could snag maiden Golden Globe nom on third try

‘Stranger Things’ have happened: Millie Bobby Brown could snag maiden Golden Globe nom on third try
After scoring two Emmy and Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations each for “Stranger Things,” Millie Bobby Brown is ready to turn the world upside down at the Golden Globes. She has yet to receive a Best TV Supporting Actress nomination from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, but will the third time be the charm for her?

The HFPA has a tendency of rewarding the newest kids on the block, in both the series and acting races, but that doesn’t mean it indubitably gets to you straight away. In fact, here are a few recent examples of actors who scored their first nominations for their shows after initially missing out.

1. Alex Borstein: nominated for Best TV Supporting Actress for Season 2

2. Yvonne Strahovski: nominated for Best TV Supporting Actress for Season 2

3. Sterling K. Brown: nominated for and won Best TV Drama Actor for Season 2

4. David Harbour: nominated
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American hero Matthew Rhys is proud to be Cardiff-born and bred

The prospect of a Welsh Bafta this month means more to the Hollywood A-lister than many of the Us plaudits he has won

An American viewer who comes across the line-up of leading men nominated for the Welsh Baftas this month might be brought up short by one of the four names. Michael Sheen? Tick. Celyn Jones? Yes, certainly sounds Welsh. Sir Anthony Hopkins? No questions asked. But what about Matthew Rhys? He’s an A-lister in the Us, where he won an Emmy last year, and many fans have no idea he was not raised on their side of the Atlantic.

But Rhys, 44, who co-stars with Tom Hanks in the very American film A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, is in fact Cardiff born and bred. His surname is a clue, yet the actor’s mastery of accents, particularly in the award-winning spy television series The Americans, has shaped his career,
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American hero Matthew Rhys is proud to be Cardiff-born and bred

The prospect of a Welsh Bafta this month means more to the Hollywood A-lister than many of the Us plaudits he has won

An American viewer who comes across the line-up of leading men nominated for the Welsh Baftas this month might be brought up short by one of the four names. Michael Sheen? Tick. Celyn Jones? Yes, certainly sounds Welsh. Sir Anthony Hopkins? No questions asked. But what about Matthew Rhys? He’s an A-lister in the Us, where he won an Emmy last year, and many fans have no idea he was not raised on their side of the Atlantic.

But Rhys, 44, who co-stars with Tom Hanks in the very American film A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, is in fact Cardiff born and bred. His surname is a clue, yet the actor’s mastery of accents, particularly in the award-winning spy television series The Americans, has shaped his career,
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Golden Globes TV predictions: Editors split over ‘The Crown,’ ‘Succession,’ ‘The Morning Show’ for Best Drama Series

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Gold Derby’s staff editors who cover awards year-round are split three ways when it comes to predicting what will win Best Drama Series at the 2020 Golden Globes. As of this writing, five editors pick Netflix’s “The Crown,” three choose HBO’s “Succession” and two opt for Apple’s “The Morning Show.” Our editors also predict series nominations for BBC America’s “Killing Eve” and HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” rounding out their Top 5. Do you agree with the early picks of our website crew? Sound off down in the comments section.

See‘The Crown’ season 3: Netflix streaming starts November 17 (that’s 3 days after SAG Awards ballots go live)

Chris Beachum, Riley Chow, Joyce Eng, Paul Sheehan and Susan Wloszczyna think “The Crown” will prevail. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association previously awarded the first season of “The Crown” three years ago, but its entire cast has since been
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New Images From the Upcoming Untitled The Walking Dead Spin-off Gives Us Our First In-Depth Look at the Series

We have our first in-depth look at the upcoming The Walking Dead spin-off series that is yet to have a name, but is beginning to build excitement. From the Walking Dead panel at San Diego Comic-Con this summer, and the teaser that was released shortly after, we know that this series will follow a group we have never met before that has been surviving the zombie apocalypse in a community that has not faced as many trials as the groups we have followed up to now. This group has a bunch of teens that have grown up in this post-apocalyptic world, but fairly sheltered. They are looking to strike out and see what the world around them is truly like. For those of us who have been watching the last nine years, we know that’s probably not a great idea, and they do not sound ready for what is in store.
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AMC Releases First Look at New ‘Walking Dead’ Series

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AMC has released a few first look images at the upcoming third series in “The Walking Dead” universe.

This new, still untitled, series will feature two young protagonists and focus on the first generation to come of age in the post-apocalyptic world that has already been established in flagship series “The Walking Dead” and its first spinoff “Fear The Walking Dead.” These new characters are described as “grown-up and cemented in their identities, both good and bad.”

The show was created by Scott M. Gimple and Matt Negrete. Negrete, who was a writer and producer on the flagship series for the last five years, also serves as showrunner. It stars Aliyah Royale (“The Red Line”) as Iris, Alexa Mansour (“Seal Team”) as Hope, Annet Mahendru (“The Americans”) as Huck, Nicolas Cantu (“Sofia the First”) as Elton, Hal Cumpston (“Bilched”) as Silas and Nico Tortorella (“Younger”) as Felix.

“This allows us
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This 6-year streak in the Golden Globes’ Best Drama Series category might come to an end

This 6-year streak in the Golden Globes’ Best Drama Series category might come to an end
We all know about the trend in the Best Drama Actor Emmy category: Every winner since 2011 has come from a first-year show or a last-year show. But did you know that the Golden Globes has the same streak going in its drama series category? And, if you believe our odds, it’s in danger of ending come January.

For the past six years, the Best Drama Series Globe champ has been a freshman series or a long-running show bidding adieu. “Breaking Bad” won for its last season in January 2014 and then we got four straight years of newbies triumphing with “The Affair,” “Mr. Robot,” “The Crown” and “The Handmaid’s Tale” before the final season of “The Americans” prevailed in nine months ago.

The winners have leaned more toward first-year shows, which is the least bit shocking since the Hollywood Foreign Press Association loves anything brand spankin’ new. “Breaking Bad
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Will ‘Game of Thrones’ finally win the one prize that has eluded it for years: the Golden Globe?

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Will ‘Game of Thrones’ finally win the one prize that has eluded it for years: the Golden Globe?
Game of Thrones” won the Emmy for Best Drama Series a record-tying four times. It also took top honors at the Critics’ Choice Awards, the Television Critics Association Awards, the Producers Guild Awards, the Peabody Awards and even the MTV Movie and TV Awards, to name just a few. But there’s one prize that has always escaped its grasp: the Golden Globe. Will it finally win in 2020 on its last try?

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association that decides the Golden Globes are a mercurial bunch. There are fewer than 100 members, and they often have idiosyncratic tastes, giving top program awards to shows like “Nip/Tuck,” “The Affair” and “Mozart in the Jungle” that were never highly regarded by the Emmys. But the HFPA is also sensitive to popularity, buzz, and cool factor, which is why it’s unusual that “Game of Thrones,” arguably the biggest show on television in the last decade,
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Golden Globes 2020 TV predictions center event is now active; What are your drama and comedy picks?

The Golden Globes 2020 TV predictions center event is now active! What are your early picks for drama, comedy and movie/limited series categories at the 77th annual event airing January 5 on NBC?

As you are making decisions, here is a look back at the 2019 ceremony:

Sandra Oh (“Killing Eve”) is the only drama winner eligible next time. The other champs were “The Americans” and Richard Madden (“Bodyguard”).

All three comedy winners could return again — “The Kominsky Method” and lead actor Michael Douglas plus Rachel Brosnahan (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”).

Of course, none of the movie/limited series champs can return for those projects — “The Assassination of Giannai Versace” and star Darren Criss, Patricia Arquette (“Escape at Dannemora”), Ben Whishaw (“A Very English Scandal”) and Patricia Clarkson (“Sharp Objects”).

SEE2019 Emmy winners: Full list of nominees and winners in all 27 categories

Which recent Emmy winners will be favored for Globe victories in January?
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Tom Hanks Will Join Hollywood Legends as the 2020 Recipient of the Cecil B. DeMille Award

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We already suspected Tom Hanks would receive some award season love thanks to his buzzy role as Fred Rogers in A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, but now we know for sure that he'll walk away from 2020 with an important trophy thanks to the Golden Globe Awards. On Tuesday, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) announced that Hanks - who's previously won eight Golden Globes and been nominated 15 times - will receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award when the 77th annual event airs on Sunday, Jan. 5.

"The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is proud to bestow the 2020 Cecil B. deMille Award to Tom Hanks," HFPA President Lorenzo Soria said in a press statement. "For more than three decades, he's captivated audiences with rich and playful characters that we've grown to love and admire. As compelling as he is on the silver screen, he's equally so behind the camera as a writer,
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Tom Hanks Will Join Hollywood Legends as the 2020 Recipient of the Cecil B. DeMille Award

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Tom Hanks Will Join Hollywood Legends as the 2020 Recipient of the Cecil B. DeMille Award
We already suspected Tom Hanks would receive some award season love thanks to his buzzy role as Fred Rogers in A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, but now we know for sure that he'll walk away from 2020 with an important trophy thanks to the Golden Globe Awards. On Tuesday, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) announced that Hanks - who's previously won eight Golden Globes and been nominated 15 times - will receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award when the 77th annual event airs on Sunday, Jan. 5.

"The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is proud to bestow the 2020 Cecil B. deMille Award to Tom Hanks," HFPA President Lorenzo Soria said in a press statement. "For more than three decades, he's captivated audiences with rich and playful characters that we've grown to love and admire. As compelling as he is on the silver screen, he's equally so behind the camera as a writer,
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CBS' All Rise: Grade the Premiere!

Court is now in session at CBS with the series premiere of All Rise, which has such a Shondaland vibe that I went to IMDb to check creator Greg Spottiswood’s resume. (For what it’s worth, he didn’t work on any Shonda Rhimes shows; his credits instead include the Canadian dramas Remedy and King.)

The new legal drama introduces us to the caring Lola Carmichael (Luke Cage‘s Simone Missick), who is a newly appointed L.A. county superior court judge. Her circle of friends includes District Attorney Mark Callan (Hart of Dixie‘s Wilson Bethel), who unsuccessfully
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Sandra Oh, Lena Headey and 6 more overdue actors overlooked again by unsentimental Emmy voters

Sandra Oh, Lena Headey and 6 more overdue actors overlooked again by unsentimental Emmy voters
The Emmys are a notoriously unsentimental bunch, as we saw last week with the guest categories, passing over overdue favorites Phylicia Rashad and Adam Sandler. Several actors went into Sunday’s Emmy telecast with numerous losses under their belt, hoping this may finally be their time to go from bridesmaid to bride. Would Sandra Oh finally find herself wielding an Emmy statuette? Could actors on the last seasons of their shows get a farewell hug, like Lena Headey? (See full list of Emmy winners.)

The TV academy has gone for a few performers in their final seasons, like Jon Hamm (“Mad Men”) and Matthew Rhys (“The Americans”), but there are also countless instances of actors never winning for iconic performances, like Steve Carell in “The Office,” Martin Sheen in “The West Wing” and Amy Poehler in “Parks and Recreation.” Unfortunately, there were no instances of majorly overdue actors winning at this year’s Emmys,
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New Poster For A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood Features Tom Hanks as Fred Rogers

I always enjoy watching Tom Hanks act. He does such a great job disappearing into the characters that he plays and I’m very much looking forward to seeing him play Fred Rogers in the upcoming film A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.

We have a new poster to share with you today for that film and while I know I’m looking at Tom Hanks, I can actually see Fred Rogers in that look on his face and in the way he physically presents himself.

The movie also stars Matthew Rhys (The Americans), Chris Cooper (American Beauty), Susan Kelechi Watson (This is Us), and many more. In the story, “a cynical journalist begrudgingly accepts an assignment to write a profile piece on the beloved icon and finds his perspective on life transformed.” You can read the piece Junod wrote here.

The movie is being directed by Marielle Heller (Diary
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Billy Porter’s Emmy win for ‘Pose’ continues this trend in drama actor

Billy Porter’s Emmy win for ‘Pose’ continues this trend in drama actor
Yes, Billy Porter made history as the first openly gay black man to win Best Drama Actor for “Pose” at Sunday’s Primetime Emmy Awards. But his win also continued a nine-year trend in the category: All the winners since 2011 have come from a first-year show or a final-year show.

Here are the last eight drama actor champs:

2011: Kyle Chandler (fifth and final season of “Friday Night Lights”)

2012: Damian Lewis (Season 1 of “Homeland”)

2013: Jeff Daniels (Season 1 of “The Newsroom”)

2014: Bryan Cranston (fifth and final season of “Breaking Bad”)

2015: Jon Hamm (seventh and final season of “Mad Men”)

2016: Rami Malek (Season 1 of “Mr. Robot”)

2017: Sterling K. Brown (Season 1 of “This Is Us”)

2018: Matthew Rhys (sixth and final season of “The Americans”)

See 2019 Emmys: Full list of winners in all 27 categories

Porter was one of two nominees who fit this quirk; the other was Kit Harington,
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Get to Know Julia Garner, the Actress Who Beat Out All the Game of Thrones Stars For an Emmy

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Ozark's Julia Garner pulled off an upset win over all four Game of Thrones ladies in the supporting actress in a drama race at Sunday night's Emmy Awards. While she's not as flashy a headliner as some of her fellow nominees, Garner has pretty much been in all the things. And we're really, really not kidding. She's has been working in Hollywood for a decade now - here are a few things you should know about her.

She's starred alongside two film superheroes. Garner's first feature film role was in 2011's Martha Marcy May Marlene, acting opposite Elizabeth Olsen in her pre-Scarlet Witch days. That's not the only big-screen superhero she worked with in their pre-superpowered days. In 2012, she worked with Ezra Miller, aka the DC film universe's The Flash, in The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Her first TV role lasted four seasons. While many actors start out
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Emmys 2019 predictions: who will win, and who should win?

Another competitive year pits old favorites against critically acclaimed upstarts. Will there be a Game of Thrones victory lap? Will Fleabag upset Veep?

The Emmys conversation is dominated, of course, by Game of Thrones, HBO’s decade-defining, lavish fantasy epic that wrapped after eight sprawling seasons this spring. Thrones is an Emmys juggernaut – it won for best drama series in its last three eligible seasons and is nominated for 32 awards this year, the most for any single season of television, ever. (The show already won 10 awards at last weekend’s Creative Arts Emmys). The question this year, however, is whether the majority of the 24,000 Emmy voters will still reward Game of Thrones after a divisive, narratively uneven final season. That’s likely to be the case, especially with traditional rivals such as The Handmaid’s Tale, Stranger Things and The Americans no longer in the running. But younger, smaller shows
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‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ is in ‘Special’ company following its drama guest actress Emmy three-peat

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ is in ‘Special’ company following its drama guest actress Emmy three-peat
One of the more surprising wins at Sunday’s Creative Arts Emmy Awards was the very last one: Cherry Jones took home Best Drama Guest Actress for “The Handmaid’s Tale” over odds-on favorite Phylicia Rashad (“This Is Us”), putting the Hulu series in rarefied air as one of two shows to three-peat in the category.

Jones’ victory follows those of Alexis Bledel (2017) and Samira Wiley (2018), which means “Handmaid’s” has never lost this category. The only other show to carry on such a streak was “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” which claimed four consecutive wins from 2007-10 for Leslie Caron, Cynthia Nixon, Ellen Burstyn and Ann-Margret. Add on Amanda Plummer‘s triumph in 2005 for “Svu” and the procedural — set to become TV’s longest-running live-action series with its 21st season premiere next week — holds the category record for most wins at five.

“Handmaid’s” is now tied with
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