FXX To Launch New Seasons Of 'Sunny,' `The League,' `Kamau Bell' In September

Former FX Shows To Debut On New Network Sept. 4

New basic channel FXX will launch new seasons of off-FX comedy series It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, The League and Totally Biased With W. Kamau Bell on Sept. 4, network officials said.

FXX, which will officially launch Sept. 2 with 72 million homes, will premiere the 9th season of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia at 10:00, the 5th season of the fantasy football-themed sitcom The League at 10:30, and late night talk show Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell at 11 p.m., said network officials.  

FXX, which will look to target adults 18-34 with mostly comedy fare, is also developing other new original fare including pilots The Comediansstarring veteran comedian Billy Crystal; How and Why, about a man who can figure out how a nuclear reactor works but is clueless about life; and the animated Chozen, which follows a white rapper recently released from prison looking for redemption.