LOS ANGELES (AP) — Earn and Paper Boi were last seen flying to Europe on "Atlanta,” but they won't touch down until sometime next year.
The acclaimed FX comedy starring creator Donald Glover...
PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — The mass of television series is certifiably “bananas,” according to the TV executive who has kept a close eye on its growth.
PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — Donald Glover’s “Atlanta” is returning with new episodes, but not for another year.
FX Networks Chairman John Landgraf said Thursday that star and creator Glover is...
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — The next chapter of FX's "American Crime Story" will dramatize Bill Clinton's impeachment with a focus on Monica Lewinsky, Linda Tripp and other women central to the...
PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — The creator of FX's "Legion" said the time has come to end the series.
Noah Hawley said the drama had arrived at a "natural place" to conclude the story of David Haller, the Marvel Comics character played by Dan Stevens.
FX Networks chief executive John Landgraf said Hawley had devised "Legion" as a three-season story and was sticking to his plan.
PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — Someone is standing up to television's Goliath, with a prominent competitor saying Monday that Netflix is deceiving the public about what is a hit and what isn't.
John Landgraf, the FX Networks chief executive who has frequently pointed out the glut of scripted TV, said Netflix is using cloudy measurements to claim increasing dominance among viewers. It's an approach he said reflects a worrisome Silicon Valley arrogance.
PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — Donald Glover's comedy "Atlanta" will be back. Just not as soon as expected.
FX Networks CEO John Landgraf told a TV critics' meeting on Monday that the series is behind schedule. The Georgia-based show was renewed for a third season in June and was supposed to return this year.
Landgraf said the show's writers are working on new episodes. Network spokesman John Solberg added that the show won't be back in time for Emmy Awards consideration this year.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — There's so much television to watch or pretend to watch — have you really followed all of wrenching "The Handmaid's Tale" or even heartwarming "This Is Us"? — the guru who coined the term "peak TV" is upping the ante.
John Landgraf, the erudite chief executive of FX Networks, warned that TV's golden age may be morphing into a gilded one, borrowing Mark Twain's zinger aimed at the late 19th-century's crass excess.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Television is in danger of storytelling overload with diminishing returns to viewers, FX Networks' chief executive said Friday.
His previous caution that there was too much TV was overly narrow, John Landgraf said: "There's too much story, there's too much narrative."
That leads to the "impossibility of surprising the audience, of providing something that seems truly novel, truly new," he told a TV critics' meeting.