On November 13, FXX moved from channel 619 to 259. Geared towards a younger demographic, FXX will be the new home for some of FX’s most acclaimed comedies, such as It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and The League, as well as all-time favorites like Arrested Development, Parks and Recreation, How I Met Your Mother, Freaks and Geeks, and more.
You can catch a trifecta of season premieres, beginning with It’s Always Sunny at 10pm, The League at 10:30pm, and Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell at 11pm. Good news for fans of Totally Biased: You can now see it five nights a week!
In 2014 FXX will premiere a new, original show called Legit. Starring comedian Jim Jeffries, Legit revolves around Jeffries’s adventures with his roommates, a well-endowed quadriplegic named Billy and Jeffries’ romantically clueless brother, Dan, as they search to find a more legitimate way of life. A new animated comedy, Chozen, will also launch on FXX in 2014.
Start tuning into FXX on Wednesday, November 13, on channel 259. And don’t miss the season premieres of It’s Always Sunny (10 p.m.), The League (10:30 p.m.), and Totally Biased (11 p.m.) only on FXX.
FXX is available with the XTRA package and above.