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June 30, 2009

FX sets premiere dates for 'Anarchy' and 'Sunny'

Sons of FX has revealed its fall schedule ... sort of.

The network will have at least four original programs, but one hasn't been announced yet and another, "Nip/Tuck," doesn't have a date yet.

What the network is ready to declare are the premiere dates for "Sons of Anarchy" (on a new night, Tuesdays at 10 p.m. starting Sept. 8 for 13 episodes) and "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" (Thursdays at 10 p.m. starting Sept. 17 for 12 episodes).

The sixth and penultimate season of "Nip/Tuck" will debut sometime in October and FX also plans to pair another as-yet-unannounced comedy with "Sunny."

As usual, FX is adopting a No Fear approach to its lineup, scheduling shows to debut while broadcast is at the bullhorn. This approach has worked in the past, with "Tuck" previously having managed to grow year-over-year despite launching during the fall.


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