Charlie Sheen will be back on television in the summer.
FX hasn’t set firm dates for its spring and summer original series yet, but the cable channel laid out a rough draft of the schedule Sunday (Jan. 15) at the TV critics’ press tour.
“Anger Management,” Sheen’s post-”Two and a Half Men” vehicle in which
he plays a therapist, will debut in June. It has a 10-episode order, and
if that batch meets what FX says is a fairly high ratings bar, it will trigger a 90-episode pickup.
Russell Brand will kick off his late-night comedy series, which is called “Strangely Uplifting,” in April. Brand is doing a set of six half-hour specials for the network.
New seasons of “Louie” and “Wilfred” will also kick off in June. We’ll keep you posted when FX announces specific dates.
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