Mayans MC – Let’s kick things off with the Sons of Anarchy spin-off, a show that presents as rich a tapestry as any other out there. The second season kicks off on FX Tuesday, September 3 at 10:00 p.m. Eastern, which goes along with roughly the same period of time both the first season and Sons itself came on the air. While there aren’t many official details revealed just yet, we imagine that it will directly continue EZ Reyes’ journey as he tries to make sense out of his life and what he wants.
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Mr. Inbetween – The Australian comedy/drama hybrid series returns to FX on Thursday, September 12 at 10:00 p.m. Eastern with season 2. It’s the product of Scott Ryan and while it’s somewhat under-the-radar — at least in contrast to the other shows we’re speaking about here — there certainly is a market out there for hitman-based entertainment these days. Just look at Barry or Killing Eve.
American Horror Story: 1984 – The earliest indications that we have about this season (premiering on FX Wednesday, September 18 at 10:00 p.m. Eastern are that it’s going to be an homage of sorts to the classic slasher films of that era. The first teaser that we’ve seen suggests a sense of isolation in the middle of the woods. What better setting is there for horror than this? We’ve heard a little bit about the cast, with the biggest surprise being Olympian Gus Kenworthy. Evan Peters is sitting this season out, the first time that he’s done that since joining the franchise.
After spending most of last season on the incredibly-ambitious (and also incredibly crazy) American Horror Story: Apocalypse, we’re actually hoping for something a little more low-key this time around.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia – The 14th season begins on FXX Wednesday, September 25 at 10:00 p.m. Eastern, and it’s really hard to even know what to say about it anymore. This show is the stuff of comedy legends at this point and it’s inspired so much great comedy over the past decade. Somehow, there’s still something entrancing about watching Dennis, Mac, Charlie, Dee, and Frank completely ruin their lives one season after the next. Sooner or later, you’d expect one of them to fail their way to the top almost out of irony.
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