FX chief John Landgraf announced renewal plans last week
FX Networks CEO John Landgraf undecided on "Legit" and "Chozen"
Hit FX comedy returns for season four with back-to-back new episodes
TCA 2014: Network president John Landgraf announces decision by showrunner Graham Yost and star Timothy Olyphant
TCA 2014: Network chief says "American Horror Story" helped inspire the show
C.K. will have option of writing and directing
Deal includes 530 episodes of record-breaking series
Inside and backstage the best industry parties of the week and the top 5 invites for next week
The fourth annual conference was held Sept. 23-24 at the Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills, sponsored by Bank of America, MPG Research and Warner Bros....
TheWrap's fourth annual conference was held Monday and Tuesday at the Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills. (All photos by Jonathan Alcorn.)
"I think it's a risk to the whole ecosystem," FX Networks CEO tells TheWrap
How Louis C.K. got over writer's block
In new position, John Landgraf will oversee all aspects of entertainment and business operations for FX Networks and FX Productions
The announcement comes just four episodes into the first season, which kicked off with the most-watched premiere of any FX series to date
New channel would skew more toward comedy
John Landgraf talks showrunner freedom, plans for "The Bridge"
John Landgraf wants to learn more about links between media and violence
Louis C.K. will take time to recharge, come up with new story idea
Nigel Lythgoe's compliment draws laughs as Charlie Sheen discovers he's not even the Twitter champ of FX
"God" episode featured young Louie taking Christ down from cross
TCA: "I believe in redemption," says John Landgraf
On "Anger Management": "I'm quite optimistic that there will be something very entertaining in that show"
Viewers knew not to get too attached to the characters -- right?
He said that Ryan Murphy's "American Horror Story" wouldn't exist if he hadn't axed "Lights Out" and "Terriers"
John Landgraf discusses his strategy for guiding FX beyond its aging shows
President John Landgraf: “We’ve never put an original show on the air that wasn’t TV-MA.”