FX and FXX locked in summer premiere dates on Friday, including the series launches of “The Strain” and “Tyrant.” “Tyrant,” from Howard Gordon (“24″/”Homeland”), tells the story of an unassuming…
FX has ordered what will be the fourth and final season for “Wilfred,” and is moving the comedy to FXX for its last 10-episode run. The Elijah Wood and Jason Gann-starrer is based on an Australian…
Coming-of-age stories never go out of style, which explains why TV keeps returning to them. Now Hulu joins the party with "Moone Boy," an Irish version of "The Wonder Years," only set in the late…
Having previously dipped Down Under to find comedy in the underwhelming "Wilfred," FX returns to those environs by tapping Aussie stand-up Jim Jefferies to star in "Legit," a quirky, profane, but…
FX Prods. has inked an overall deal with "Wilfred" exec producer Randall Einhorn.
FX is downright dogged in its appreciation of "Wilfred."Cabler has ordered the laffer for a 13-episode third season. Production will begin in the spring and new episodes are set to debut in June.
Director Randall Einhorn has tapped his "Wilfred" star Elijah Wood to topline Dignity Film Finance's indie comedy "The Late Bloomer," based on Ken Baker's 2001 memoir "Man Made: A Memoir of My Body."
FX has set June 28 for launches of its new series "Anger Management" and "Strangely Uplifting" as well as the return of comedies "Louie" and "Wilfred."
"Wilfred" was a good dog for FX, scoring the highest viewer total for a comedy premiere in network history.
USA Network's newest drama "Suits" was a tailor-made fit for the cabler, drawing 4.6 million viewers in its Thursday series premiere.
Understandable cult commodity Down Under has moments of goofy charm, and benefits greatly from Elijah Wood's vulnerability as a suicidal slacker.