FX / Hulu Summer 2023 TV Premiere Dates
A press release has been issued for FX and Hulu‘s 2023 summer slate of TV series. The press release consists of the dates and some of the times when these TV shows will begin airing. The contents of that press release can be found below.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7
10 pm It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 16 premiere (FXX; first two episodes, followed by one episode per week)
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14
The Full Monty sequel series premiere (Hulu; eight-episode binge release)
THURSDAY, JUNE 22
The Bear Season 2 premiere (Hulu; 10-episode binge release)
THURSDAY, JULY 13
10 pm What We Do in the Shadows Season 5 premiere (FX; first two episodes, followed by one episode per week)
TUESDAY, JULY 18
10 pm Justified: City Primeval premiere (FX; first two episodes, followed by one episode per week)
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 2
Reservation Dogs Season 3 premiere (Hulu; weekly release)
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 30
10 pm Archer final season premiere (FXX; first two episodes, followed by one episode per week)
“FX, a division of Disney Entertainment, is a global multiplatform brand that develops, produces, commissions and markets original programming for Hulu and the FX and FXX linear channels in the U.S., and Star+ in Latin America and Disney+ in all other international territories.
The FX brand mark appears above the title across its entire slate of originals. Over the past two decades, FX has been responsible for some the most-critically acclaimed and award-winning shows on television. Some of the brand’s current and legacy titles include the dramas
American Horror Story, American Crime Story, The Americans, Damages, Fargo, Justified, Nip/Tuck, The Old Man, The Patient, Pose, Rescue Me, The Shield and Sons of Anarchy; the comedies Archer, Atlanta, The Bear, Better Things, DAVE, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Reservation Dogs and What We Do in the Shadows; and a growing slate of docuseries and documentary films.”
Hulu is a leading premium streaming service that offers instant access to live and on demand channels, original series and films, and a premium library of TV and movies to more than 20 million subscribers in the U.S.
Since its launch in 2008, Hulu has consistently been at the forefront of entertainment and technology. Hulu is the only streaming service that offers both ad-supported and commercial-free current season shows from the largest U.S. broadcast networks;
libraries of hit TV series and films; and acclaimed Hulu Originals including Emmy(R) and Golden Globe Award-winning series The Handmaid’s Tale, The Looming Tower, Future Man, Marvel’s Runaways, The Path, 11.22.63, and Golden Globe nominated comedy Casual, as well as upcoming series Castle Rock, The First, Catch-22 and Little Fires Everywhere.
In 2017, Hulu added live news, entertainment and sports from 21st Century Fox, The Walt Disney Company, NBCUniversal, CBS Corporation, The CW, Turner Networks, A+E Networks and Scripps Networks Interactive to its offerings – making it the only TV service that brings together live, on-demand, originals, and library content all in one place, across living room and mobile devices.
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