FX has revealed the eight new and returning shows that will be airing this summer on both the network, and via Hulu.
The new shows run the gamut from thrillers to comedy, with some animation and reality shows mixed in, plus three fan-favorites are returning for new seasons.
Here are the shows and their premiere dates:
The Old Man
June 16 is the premiere for “The Old Man,” starring Jeff Bridges as a former CIA operative living off the grid and John Lithgow as the FBI official tasked with tracking him down. Amy Brenneman also stars. It will kick off with two episodes then go weekly on the FX Network.
June 23 is the debut of “The Bear,” a half-hour comedy starring “Shameless” alum Jeremy Allen White as a fine-dining chef who returns to Chicago to run his family’s sandwich shop. It’ll drop on Hulu with all episodes at once.
What We Do In The Shadows
July 12 sees the return of the vampire-comedy “What We Do In The Shadows” for its fourth season, with a two-episode premiere. According to the press release, season 4 finds them returning to their mansion, which is now “on the verge of total structural collapse.” Nadja opens a vampire nightclub, Nandor finds love, and Lazlo struggles trying to raise baby Colin to be anything other than an energy vampire.
American Horror Stories
July 21 is the date for installment two (they’re not calling it a season) of the anthology horror series, “American Horror Stories.” No word on what each of the stories will be about, but I’m hoping none of them will be more Murder House. The FX series will air on Hulu, not on the network.
August 3 is the return of the award-winning series “Reservation Dogs,” a comedy about a quartet of criminally inclined Indigenous teens in rural Oklahoma. Season 2 picks up with Bear seeking a male role model, Willie Jack concerned about the side effects of the curse she put on Jackie, and Cheese reuniting with “his grandmother who isn’t his grandmother.” It will kick off with two episodes, then go weekly on Hulu.
Welcome to Wrexham
August 24 is the kick-off for “Welcome to Wrexham,” a docuseries following actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney as they become owners of a Welsh soccer team. It will start with two episodes, then go weekly on the FX Network.
August 25 is the debut of “Little Demon,” an animated comedy starring Aubrey Plaza as a mom whose teen daughter is literally the spawn of Satan. Danny DeVito and his daughter Lucy voice Satan and his daughter. This one will also kick off with two episodes and then go weekly on FX’s sister network, FXX.
August 30 is the start date for “The Patient,” starring Steve Carell as a therapist who finds himself treating a serial killer played by Domhnall Gleeson. It’ll air with the first three episodes, then go weekly on Hulu.
Which of these series do you plan to watch? Let us know in the comments.