MAJOR FX NEWS
FX has officially announced FXX, a sister network geared toward younger viewers with a comedy focus. “It’s Always Sunny” will anchor the new channel and it has been renewed through fall 2014. “The League” and “Legit” have also been renewed and will move to FXX.
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MAJOR FX NEWS

FX has officially announced FXX, a sister network geared toward younger viewers with a comedy focus. “It’s Always Sunny” will anchor the new channel and it has been renewed through fall 2014. “The League” and “Legit” have also been renewed and will move to FXX.

Click here for more details.

Tina Fey said NBC’s idea that “broad” comedies are the way to go is wrong.

"You know what? They’re wrong, and I’m going to wait that out," Fey said. “What they want is hits, but no one knows what that is. Remember when Jeff Zucker was like: ‘I’ve got a new plan! We’re only going to make hits!’ [Laughs.] It’s hard. I couldn’t do it. I couldn’t be a network exec.”

With the end of “The Office” and “30 Rock” on the horizon, I’m worried about the future of NBC’s two other beloved — and low-rated — comedies, “Parks and Recreation” and “Community.”

As we prepare to say goodbye to Liz Lemon, Jim and Pam and the rest of the wacky “30 Rock” and “The Office” characters we’ve come to love, it’s important to remember that Leslie Knope and Ron Swanson and Jeff Winger and the Greendale gang are still alive and kicking. And they should continue to thrive, despite NBC’s recent focus on “broader” comedies.

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