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    The Riches

    The Riches

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    FX (ended 2008)
    The Riches follows a traveling family of con artists. Dahlia (Minnie Driver), the family's mother, has just completed a 2-year stint in prison. As well as dealing with Dahlia's drug problem, the family begins to question their marginal lifestyle. Along with their three children, they assume the identities of a normal, high-income family. The Riches is produced by FOX Television Studios in association with Maverick Television.moreless
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    Terriers

    Terriers

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    FX (ended 2010)
    Donal Logue plays Hank, an ex-cop who partners with his best friend to launch a P.I. business. The duo solve crimes while trying to avoid danger and responsibility.
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    Testees

    Testees

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    Testees is a comedy about two friends in their early thirties who act as medical guinea pigs. Testees was not renewed for a 2nd season.
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    Lights Out

    Lights Out

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    FX (ended 2011)
    An FX drama project sees a former boxing champion struggling with the beginning of dementia take a job as a collector. The project is penned by feature film writer of The Bucket List Justin Zackham.moreless
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    Starved

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    FX (ended 2005)
    Created by and starring Eric Schaeffer ("If Lucy Fell," "Too Something"), "Starved" is, according to the network, "a comedic take on food addiction, which is used as the backdrop to the funny, romantic and personal misadventures of the four characters." Schaeffer will star as a neurotic Wall Streeter living in Brooklyn who's friends with a bulimic cop (Sterling K. Brown, "Brown Sugar"), an overweight writer (Del Pentecost, "Kingdom Hospital") and an anorexic would-be songwriter (Broadway actress Laura Benanti, "Nine").moreless
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    College Football on FX

    College Football on FX

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    FX (ended 2012)
    FX has been home to some of the greatest scripted television shows in recent years and will now air some unscripted college football action. The package premiered on September 3, 2011 and aired for two seasons. Beginning with the 2013 season, FOX moved its cable college football games to FS1.moreless
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    Outlaw Country

    Outlaw Country

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    A southern family must deal with a life surrounded by organized crime in this FX thriller/drama project.
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    Masterpiece

    Masterpiece

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    Welcome to the Masterpiece guide at TV.com. Veteran filmmaker and reality show producer R.J. Cutler ("American High") is developing two new unscripted programs at cable network FX, including one entry produced by Hayden and Tove Christensen. Details on Cutler's two FX projects remain sketchy, but according to The Hollywood Reporter, one involves race relations. The Christensens are working with Cutler on Masterpiece, which has received a pilot presentation order from FX. The show will look at a budding young artist and his rise to fame. Casting for the show's central artist is already moving forward.moreless
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    The Comedians

    The Comedians

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    Son of the Beach

    Son of the Beach

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    FX (ended 2002)
    Welcome to the Son of the Beach guide at TV.com. From the Howard Stern Production company, comes SON OF THE BEACH! Son of the Beach is a hilarious comedy about Notch Johnson, world's greatest lifeguard (hardly), and his unit SPF-30, taking place in Malibu Adjacent, CA. The show is about Notch and his gang getting into different situations which ensure pure laughs and will make you want to watch again and again.moreless
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    Running Wilde

    Running Wilde

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    FX (ended 2011)
    Will Arnett stars as a Beverly Hills jackass who ends up falling in love with Emmy Kadubic (played by Keri Russell), a charitable tree hugger, who hates his lifestyle and moral code.moreless
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    Port Royal

    Port Royal

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    Set in the late 17thcentury on the island of Jamaica and follows the namesake port's rise to the richest city in the new world and as a self-governing refuge for pirates, politicians and merchants.moreless
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    The Test

    The Test

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    FX (ended 2001)
    Jillian Barberie hosts a show where 4 celebrities discuss moral questions. Most of the time they aren't really moral.
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    NASCAR Drivers: 360

    NASCAR Drivers: 360

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    FX (ended 2005)
    Welcome to the NASCAR Drivers: 360 guide at tv.com.

    Driver's 360 allows you to follow the lives of different drivers off the track. We all know what their like on track but this is our chance to see what the go through on a daily basis. And in it's second season Nascar Driver's 360 has a growing fanbase.

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    Lucky

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    FX (ended 2003)
    Episodes: 13 Aired Color Episodes John Corbett stars as "Lucky" - a guy who wins $1 million in a poker tournament only to find himself broke a year later. Although Lucky's been clean from his gambling addiction for six months, his debts continue to mount--including money owed to a mobster and to his deceased wife's parents. But when he finds a $100 chip, Lucky wonders how to parlay this unexpected windfall into a second chance. All bets are off when Lucky's on a roll in this dark comedy.moreless
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    The People's Champions

    The People's Champions

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    Oliver Muirhead hosts this competition show where three contestants compete to be the "People's Champion" in an obscure event, such as shooting the most spitballs at a teacher or throwing a computer monitor out of a window the farthest.moreless
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    Sin City Spectacular

    Sin City Spectacular

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    FX (ended 1999)
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    The X Show

    The X Show

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    FX (ended 2001)
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    Pretty Handsome

    Pretty Handsome

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    FX
    From Nip/Tuck creator Ryan Murphy comes a new drama pilot based on the life of a family man who realizes he's a transsexual and opts for gender reassignment surgery. The show was originally titled "4oz.". Creator Ryan Murphy says the original title refers to the average weight of a man's penis. The show is produced by 20th Century Fox Television and Plan B Entertainment.moreless
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    No Signal

    No Signal

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    This British sketch-show parodies the world of multichannel television, from shopping channels to 24 hour news.
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