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FX Reveals Plans For FXX, FXM Channels; Where Will You See “Louie,” “The League”?

FX officially articulated its multiple-network split Thursday, revealing how it will broadcast on FX, FXX and FXM.

According to the official statement, “FX Will Continue to Offer Award-Winning Scripted Dramas and Comedies.”

In addition to new series “The Bridge,” “Tyrant” and “The Strain,” and limited new series “Fargo,” FX will also feature “American Horror Story,” “Louie,” “Archer,” “The Americans,” “Sons of Anarchy, “Anger Management” and “Wilfred.”

FX will also continue to air movies as well as off-network broadcasts of “Two and a Half Men” and newly-acquired “Mike & Molly.”

Highlighting FXX will be comedies “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” and “The League.” In making the announcement, FXX confirmed that “Sunny” and “The League” have received early pickups for their tenth and sixth seasons, respectively. They air their ninth and fifth respective seasons later this year.

FXX will also feature renewed comedy “Legit” and late-night series “Totally Biased.”

In addition to movies, the network will also air re-runs of “Parks and Recreation,” “How I Met Your Mother,” “Rescue Me,” “Arrested Development,” “Sports Night” and “Freaks & Geeks.”

FXM will expand upon its current destination movie offerings by “programming some of the best original miniseries and limited series on television.”

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