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FX Marks Its Spots for Fall Shows

In case you haven't been paying attention, basic-cable network FX has quietly become of the best on television. The net has led the charge of ad-supported cable networks producing quality original programming, leaving major networks fearing for their livelihoods -- and they should continue to stay scared.

FX has announced its fall schedule, and it's good news for fans of hedonistic plastic surgeons, gruff Harley riders, and immoral bar owners.

The fall season kicks off with the second season of Sons of Anarchy, which debuts on September 8 at 10 p.m. The drama follows the exploits of the SAMCRO motorcycle club and all its rough-and-tumble riders. New cast members this year include Henry Rollins (Black Flag!) and Adam Arkin. Season two is set for 13 episodes.

Next up for FX is the fifth season of raunchy comedy It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, dropping September 17. Charlie, Dennis, Sweet Dee, and Mac will continue to push the envelope of what's acceptable (and simultaneously hilarious) as the idiotic and self-serving owners of Paddy's Pub in the city of Brotherly Love. Sunny's fifth season is scheduled for a dozen episodes.

Finally, Nip/Tuck -- from Glee creator Ryan Murphy -- gets its second-to-last season underway in October (a firm debut date will be announced later). Plastic surgeons Sean McNamara and Christian Troy continue to do their cut-and-paste thing in Los Angeles, with guest stars Mario Lopez, Vanessa Redgrave, and Rose McGowan dropping by for a lift or two. Expect 10 episodes in Nip/Tuck's sixth season.

Which show are you most excited for?

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Wooo friggin hoooo! Cant wait for season 2 of SOA and Always Sunny is the funniest show on tv, hands down!
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Can't wait for Sons of Anarchy!
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What show am I most excited about? SoA without a doubt.
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damages will return in the spring..
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Where is Damages?
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damages
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Nip Tuck
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Bring on the Sons that show fricking rocks hard core
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yeah i agree with saxyroro glee isn't technically out yet and nip/tuck came out before it was a drunken thought in its creators heads. glee will be cancelled anyway since its a crappy musical comedy made by fox who's track record isn't the best in the world.
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So what is the deal with Nip/Tuck. A couple of weeks ago they were saying that Nip/tuck was done and not even sure if it will air the rest of the episodes. I am so confused.
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I'll be watching all of these shows. All of FX's current shows are great, and extremely Emmy worthy!
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I just got into Sons of Anarchy this summer, absolutely amazing. I've been watching Sunny since the beginning, certainly can't wait for that one to come back - I just hope they don't do the 2-episode back-to-back stuff they typically do, especially if there are only 12 episodes.
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What ever happened to Testees? I knew it wasn't going to last, but I was really surprised at how much I actually loved that show.
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I want to see Nip/Tuck i wanna see how it ends :):)



XO XO



:):):):):)
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Philly. Want it NOW.

And I love the Nip/Tuck from GLEE Creator Ryan Murphy. So Glee is already upstaging Nip/Tuck?
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