Elisabeth Moss in espionage mode, the behind-the-scenes tale of a notorious NBA owner’s racist remarks, and a “welcome back” for Welcome to Wrexham are among the springtime offerings for which FX has set dates.
As part of its Television Critics Association winter press tour appearance, FX announced on Friday a slew of premiere and return dates, starting with the April 3 arrival of the second half of American Horror Story: Delicate (details here).
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Welcome to Wrexham Season 3 — which will consist of eight episodes — hits the pitch Thursday, April 18 at 10/9c, airing on FX (and streaming next day on Hulu), followed by the Friday, April 26 premiere of The New York Times Presents: Broken Horses, a documentary feature examining the “systemic issues, questionable practices and urgent calls for change that have shaken horse racing to its core.”
Moss’ The Veil will premiere Tuesday, April 30 as a Hulu exclusive, starting with its first two episodes (and followed by four weekly releases, for a total of six episodes). The espionage drama “explores the surprising and fraught relationship between two women who play a deadly game of truth and lies on the road from Istanbul to Paris and London,” according to the official logline. “One woman has a secret, the other a mission to reveal it before thousands of lives are lost. In the shadows, mission controllers at the CIA and French DGSE must put differences aside and work together to avert potential disaster.”
Steven Knight (Peaky Blinders, Taboo) penned the series, and the cast includes Yumna Marwan (Sky’s Little Birds), Dali Benssalah (Canal+’s Savages) and Josh Charles (The Good Wife).
Lastly is Clipped, which is based on the ESPN 30 for 30 podcast The Sterling Affairs and promises to take viewers “behind the scenes of a notorious NBA owner’s racist remarks, captured on a tape heard around the world.”
Premiering Tuesday, June 4 with its first two episodes (followed by four weekly releases, for a total of six episodes), the limited series stars Laurence Fishburne (black-ish) as Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers; Ed O’Neill (Modern Family) as the aforementioned team owner, Donald Sterling; Jacki Weaver (Yellowstone) as Sterling’s wife and business partner Shelly; Cleopatra Coleman (The Last Man on Earth) as Sterling’s ambitious personal assistant V. Stiviano; Kelly AuCoin (Billions) as Sterling’s right-hand Andy Roeser; J. Alphonse Nicholson (P-Valley) as Chris Paul; Rich Sommers (Mad Men) as Clippers PR man Seth Burton; Corbin Bernsen (Psych) as Pierce O’Donnell; Clifton Davis (Madam Secretary) as NBA great Elgin Baylor; and Harriet Sansom Harris (Shining Vale) as Justine.
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