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Guillermo del Toro is the executive producer, director, writer, comic book creator and everything else on FX’s new horror series The Strain. Is there anything he doesn’t do, he was asked Tuesday at Rogers’ press preview in Toronto. “Exercise,” was del Toro’s quick reply. for a horror maven, he’s one funny fellow. Del Toro was

I finally figured out why I love Louie so much. It’s basically this century’s Joe McDoakes. After a 19-month hiatus, Louie C.K.’s brilliant half hour returned for a fourth season on FX and FX Canada (Mondays at 10 p.m.). The first two episodes, which aired back-to-back May 5, found the 46-year-old stand-up comedian in hell

Taylor (far right) with Russell, Keidrich Sallati and Rhys Shhh. There is a Canadian on The Americans. She’s our own little spy on the spy series, which returns Wednesday night for a second season on FX Canada.She’s Holly Taylor, the 16-year-old actress who plays Paige Jennings, the daughter of the two Russian spies posing as

Landgraf at FX’s recent Upfront in New York. Brad Barket/Picture Group Signed up for a TV masterclass Wednesday morning with John Landgraf. The FX President was in Toronto along with FX EVP Eric Schrier, to talk about the cable channel’s latest content upgrade to FX Canada, as well as their ambitious plans back in the

The Americans premiere tonight at 10 p.m. ET on FX and FX Canada. I find the series takes a while to find its stride but that’s typical of pilot episodes, especially one where so much has to be explained at the start. There’s too much exposition, with scenes flashing back and forth. It gets better

“All’s Fair in Love and Cold War” reads ads for The Americans BROOKLYN, N.Y.–I’ve been deep undercover this week with The Americans.The Cold War spy series, starring Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell, premieres Jan. 30 on FX and FX Canada. There are already bus shelter ads for the series all over Manhattan.The series shoots in

Reporters don’t want to miss a word Russell Brand says BEVERLY HILLS, CA–Tonight is the final night of the initial six-episode test run for Russell Brand’s late night series Brand X. It airs on FX and FX Canada at 11 p.m.The cable network has already ordered seven more episodes featuring the blunt Brit, although the

Russell Brand: like Lloyd Robertson, only taller, British, more naked There are two new, big buzz FX series opening today–one you can see now in Canada and one you can not.The one crossing the border tonight is Brand X with Russell Brand, simulcast Thursday at 11 p.m. ET/8 p.m. PT on the Rogers-owned specialty channel