COUNTIN' 'EM DOWN
With another great FX show in the books, we're ready to take stock of everything the channel has done in the 21st century.
Without those two tentpoles, the network's programming slate is full of question marks, aging offerings, and a weird mix of good shows with bad ratings and bad shows with solid ratings.
IS RYAN DEAD?
We finally learned the truth about Wilfred in a finale that worked in mysterious ways... just like "dog."
MARK YOUR CALENDARS
Plus: Debut dates for the final season of Wilfred and new comedies Married and You're the Worst.
The psychotic comedy will move to FX's sister network for one last walk.
Murder is in the air as Ryan loses it again in a great episode.
FX's bizarre comedy returned strong by keeping it weird and ditching traditional sitcom stories.
TIME WELL SPENT
Our annual list features weddings, street fights, manhunts, lengthy dream sequences, and more!
MAN'S BEST FRIEND AND WORST ENEMY
Plus: Someone will be back for The Office finale, Cops moves for the first time in decades, and more Ravenswood casting.
The psychologically unsound comedy will be back, but showrunner and creator David Zuckerman is stepping down.
THE QUESTION OF RYAN'S SANITY PERSISTS...
Weddings are usually joyous occasions, but in the world of Wilfred they're something else.
STARS, THEY WATCH TV JUST LIKE US!
The multi-talented comedian from Adult Swim's NTSF:SD:SUV names his top five shows.
IT SHALL PASS
Another TV trope was Wilfred-ized this week Wilfred tried to spoil Jenna and Drew's wedding.
GROW A PAIR, JENNA
Ryan digs himself into a deep hole but gets bailed out at the cost of Jenna. But also... CATS!
Wilfred teaches Ryan some hard truths about who he is in this brutally honest episode.
Never ever trust a dog when he tells you his groin needs a massage.
THE DINNER PARTY
A conventionally sitcommy episode took a tired premise and made it totally watchable thanks to an alcoholic stuffed animal.
"Now" found Wilfred and Ryan at odds over looking toward the future and focusing on the present.
THROWING US A BONE
The cast and creator of FX's doggone comedy talk about Season 2 and what makes a special preview a special preview and not a season premiere.
THIS EPISODE WAS AN HR VIOLATION
"Dignity" allowed us to spend a few days at work with Ryan, but we began to wonder why Wilfred was there, too.