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  1. Lionsgate: 'Anger Management' Poised for 90-Episode Order From FX

    6:57 am 8/10/2012

    The mini-studio anticipates supplying the U.S. channel with about 40 episodes a year, with production on the Charlie Sheen comedy expected to restart in September. Read more

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  2. FX Orders KGB Spy Drama 'The Americans' to Series

    9:44 am 8/9/2012

    The cable net has ordered 13 episodes of the drama starring Keri Russell, Matthew Rhys and Noah Emmerich.Read more

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  3. FX Productions Inks Deal With 'Hunger Games' Producers

    11:52 am 8/8/2012

    Nina Jacobson and Brad Simpson's Color Force will develop series projects from its own stable of writer-producers.Read more

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  4. FX Renews 'Wilfred' for Third Season; Showrunner David Zuckerman Steps Down

    11:52 pm 8/7/2012

    The Elijah Wood and Jason Gann comedy has already eclipsed the episode count of the Australian installment the series is based on.Read more

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  5. FX Inks Script Development Deal for Dr. Dre Drama Pilot

    9:34 am 8/6/2012

    Created by Sidney Quashi, the Los Angeles-set drama explores both the music business and crime business. Read more

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  6. 'American Horror Story' Sets Second Season Subtitle

    11:33 am 8/1/2012

    The FX anthology series' sophomore frame has been dubbed "Asylum," and will investigate sanity and tackling real-life horrors.Read more

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  7. Analyst: Likely FX Pick-up of More 'Anger Management' A Boon for Lionsgate

    2:29 am 7/30/2012

    Evercore's Alan Gould says the Charlie Sheen show's profit for producer Lionsgate could multiply to $200 million.Read more

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  8. 'Game of Thrones,' 'Homeland' Take Top Honors at TCA Awards

    9:00 pm 7/28/2012

    "Breaking Bad" and "Louie" won best achievement in drama and comedy, respectively, with late night's David Letterman honored with a career achievement award.Read more

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  9. TCA 2012: Kurt Sutter Says 'Sons of Anarchy' Likely to End After Season Seven

    12:57 pm 7/28/2012

    "At this point, which is not outside the realm of possibility, I think I'd really have to f--- things up not to get seven seasons," says showrunner Sutter. Read more

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  10. TCA 2012: FX's John Landgraf Calls Out Netflix, Bashes Rivals and Admits Fighting with Showrunners

    11:19 am 7/28/2012

    The FX Networks president and general manager admits to having "knock-down, drag-out" fights with Ryan Murphy about "Nip/Tuck" and "massive" disagreements with "Rescue Me" creators Peter Tolan and Denis Leary.Read more

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