Is it fall yet?!
FX has us counting down the days until the leaves change and Starbucks unleashes the Pumpkin Spice Latte on the world. Why? Because we finally know when American Horror Story: Hotel and Fargo season two will premiere!
Lady Gaga's TV debut as Hotel's star will go down on Wednesday, Oct. 7, while highly anticipated second season of Fargo, which is actually a prequel starring Patrick Wilson, Kirsten Dunst, Ted Danson and Jesse Plemons, will debut Monday, Oct. 12. Are we excited? You betcha!
And Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter's new series, The Bastard Executioner, also got a premiere date: Tuesday, Sept. 15, and it will have a two-hour premiere.
Plus, the network announced that The Strain, which was created by horror mastermind Guillermo Del Toro and stars Corey Stoll, has been renewed for a third season.
"Guillermo and Carlton [Cuse] have delivered two thrilling seasons of The Strain that are captivating and visually arresting, doing justice to the original novel trilogy and meeting fans' high expectations in the process," Eric Schrier, president of original programming at FX, said in a statement. "We're excited to see them carry this powerful story into a third season on FX."
And in other FX news, the network has ordered a new comedy from Louis C.K., called Better Things, which was co-created by star Pamela Adlon (Louie and Californication). In a statement, Adlon said she was "excited...to explore the real and funny truths of being a single working mom" with the new series, which received a 10-episode order. FXX also ordered a new animated comedy from Archer creator Adam Reed called Cassius and Clay, which will star Lake Bell and Kaitlin Olson, and feature the voices of Jeffrey Tambor and Susan Sarandon.
As for Archer, the hit animated series is set to move to FXX from FX for its seventh season, and will be paired with Cassius and Clay in 2016.