FX Networks Starts Rolling Out Streaming App FXNOW

The Simpsons, 'Miracle on Evergreen Terrace'

Fox's long-running animated sitcom, The Simpsons, kicked off with a Christmas episode back in 1989 but several years later, it would air one of its most memorable in "Miracle on Evergreen Terrace" -- the title a play on Miracle on 34th Street. After Bart burns down the family Christmas tree and presents, he fibs and says that a burglar broke in and stole everything, manufacturing a town-wide story and $15,000 in donations that would later come back to haunt them. And bring Marge to Jeopardy.

FX Networks content is hitting the road. The network announced Tuesday that it's "TV Everywhere" app FXNOW has begun rolling out for authenticated cable subscribers.

Content from FX, FXX and FXM will be available on the app, which follows in the footsteps of HBOGO, Showtime Anytime and Watch ABC. Aside from the networks' roster of original and acquired series, 165 film titles will be available in 2014 -- with more than 200 titles expected in 2015 and beyond.

FX originals that will be available on the service include dramas Sons of Anarchy, Justified, The Americans. The Bridge, Tyrant (June), The Strain (July), comedies Louie, Archer and Chozen and miniseries American Horror Story: Coven and Fargo (April).

FXX originals include It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The League, Wilfred, Legit and Ali G: Rezurection.

Just as big as the network's originals is its streaming rollout for The Simpsons. FXX acquired off-network rights to The Simpsons in November in one of the biggest deal of its kind. Starting in August, 530 episodes from the series' first 24 seasons will be available.