American Horror Stories, What We Do In The Shadows and Other FX Series Get Premiere Dates

Summer hasn’t even started yet, but FX has announced premiere dates for eight new or returning series — such as American Horror Stories and What We Do In The Shadows — and, as a result, has likely planted a flag in your plans for the coming months. Below you’ll find recaps, debut dates for the upcoming FX series – plus information on where these shows will all air or stream.

One particularly nice surprise among the announcements is the faster-than-expected return of the vampire comedy What We Do in the Shadows, which returns for Season 4 on July 12. The season should be quite interesting and, in a way, function as a bit of a series reset. . If you’re not aware of the show, skip ahead to miss out on some major spoilers: At the end of Season 3, the core group of vampires pretty much fell apart and went their separate ways. Energy vampire Colin Robinson died and was reborn as a baby who, apparently, will be raised by Laszlo; Guillermo was tempted to visit England with Nadja; Nandor goes his own way.

Not long after, the second part of the anthology American Horror Stories will premiere on Hulu on July 21. Last year, FX stated that Season 1 was “the most successful yet of all FX on Hulu series”. As is typical for streaming platforms, it wasn’t clear that this content boasting means as far as total viewership. But American Horror Stories is a spin-off of Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s award-winning anthology series American Horror Story, so the anticipation is high.

View an overview of all other premieres below.

  • The Old Man, starring Jeff Bridges as a former CIA agent living off the grid and John Lithgow as the FBI official tasked with tracking him down, premieres Thursday, June 16 at 10 p.m. on FX featuring the first two. episodes.
  • The Bear, a comedy starring Shameless alum Jeremy Allen White as a sophisticated chef who returns to Chicago to run his family’s sandwich shop, premieres on Hulu on Thursday, June 23 with all eight episodes.
  • Welcome to Wrexham, a docuseries that follows Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney as they take ownership of a Welsh football team, premieres Wednesday, August 24 at 10pm on FX with the first two episodes.
  • Little Demon, an animated comedy starring Aubrey Plaza as a mother whose teenage daughter is literally Satan’s spawn, premieres on FXX on Thursday, August 25 at 10 p.m. with the first two episodes.
  • The Patient, starring Steve Carell as a therapist who finds himself treating a serial killer (Domhnall Gleeson), premieres Tuesday, August 30 on Hulu with the first three episodes.
  • FX’s Reservation Dogs – Season 2 premieres exclusively on Hulu on August 3.

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