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FX looks to turn up the heat this summer with new shows
MUMBAI: With summer not too far away, male-targeted English GEC FX has lined up new shows, which include thrillers, suspense, drama and comedy.
Viewers can watch the star-crossed lovers Noah and Alison embark upon a journey of love, as their respective spouses become victims of their extra-marital affair. The first and second seasons of ‘The Affair’ will air right up to 19 April, from Monday to Friday at 9 pm.
The fourth season of ‘Mad Men’ is all set to make its way from 24 March, Monday to Friday, at 11 pm. It is set in the 1960s in the ego-driven golden age of Madison Avenue where everyone is selling something and nothing is what it seems.
April will also see a number of shows. ‘Empire’ is a drama series whose second season ended in a situation where the worst nightmare for the Lyon family seems to have become true—Lucious loses his control over Empire Entertainment as he loses his position as CEO. The show is set to return on 3 April every Sunday at 10 pm.
The sixth and final season of the TV comedy series ‘Community’ will premiere on 7 April at 8:30 pm and continue to air every Monday to Friday at the same time.
‘Luther’ also makes its way to audiences. This British crime drama starring Idris Elba will air from 12 April, Monday to Friday, at 11 pm.
Following suit is the gory American horror drama show ‘The Strain’, which will premiere with its first season this April. This will air from Monday to Friday from 20 April at 9 pm.
Comedy and gore blend in May to give audiences two premieres—the 11th and 12th seasons of the comedy series ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ and the second season of the gruesome American science fiction thriller drama television series ‘Helix’. The 11th and 12th seasons of ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ will premiere back to back from 13 May onwards at 8:30 pm, while ‘Helix’ hits television screens on 9 May, Monday to Friday, at 9 pm.
To end the summer of May, detective Harry Bosch brings himself to the small screen on 26 May with the premiere of the first season of ‘Bosch’. Based on Michael Connelly’s ‘Harry Bosch’ series, the show stars Titus Welliver as Harry Bosch. ‘Bosch’ will air from Monday to Friday at 9 pm from 26 May.