What do ‘Sons of Anarchy’, ‘The Americans’, ‘American Crime Story’, ‘Fargo’, ‘Legion’ and ‘Atlanta’ have in common? Like many other popular and intelligently themed shows, they are all the part of original programming by FX. Even though it has only been around twenty-five years since it was launched, FX has become one of the most reliable networks for quality programming, rivaling the likes of HBO and Showtime. In its careful selection of what to broadcast and what not to, the network delivers the TV shows that have unique plotlines, a cast of impeccable characters and content to kill your days for. If you are looking for some quality programs, especially in the adult category, FX is good network to follow. Here is the list of the upcoming new shows coming out on FX in 2019 and 2020. We can only hope that these latest FX shows are as good as some of the recent series it produced.
15. Fosse/Verdon (April 9, 2019)
This miniseries has found its source in the book named Fosse by Sam Wasson. Bob Fosse was one of the most successful choreographers of his, and perhaps all, time. He had won eight Tony Awards, a record that hasn’t been broken yet, and was nominated for four Academy Awards, winning one. Gwen Verdon was a celebrated dancer, winner of four Tony Awards and a Broadway star. Fosse and Verdon worked together in a very successful partnership that not only changed the course of their careers but also their lives. This series will focus on their relationship and how their partnership influenced the entertainment industry. Sam Rockwell and Michelle Williams will portray the dynamic couple, with Tony Award winner Thomas Kail set to direct them.
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14. What We Do in the Shadows (March 27, 2019)
The 2014 film, ‘What We Do in the Shadows’ was a horror comedy created by Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement. The film was shot documentary style and focused on the lives of four vampires sharing an apartment in Wellington. They are centuries old and only come out at night, due to their life-threatening allergy to sunlight. Even though they are in the 21st century, vampires haven’t still adapted to the modern lifestyle. When they turn their human servant’s boyfriend into a vampire by mistake, they are introduced to a new set of possibilities. The series was adapted for television by Clement and is directed by Waititi himself, who has gained high regard amongst the fans after his work in ‘Thor: Ragnarök’. The show will star Kayvan Novak, Matt Berry, Natasia Demetriou, Harvey Guillen and Mark Proksch in the leading role.