FX announced today that it plans to renew two of its newest comedies, Married and You’re the Worst, for second seasons, but one show is also getting a new home.
The network has ordered 13-episode second seasons for both comedies, but it looks like You’re the Worst will be getting a new home in FXX.
You can read official press release, with details about the exciting news, below!
LOS ANGELES, September 30, 2014 – FX Networks is staying in relationships with its new comedies, Married and You’re the Worst, with the second season of Married continuing on FX and You’re The Worst moving to its new home on FXX, it was announced today by Nick Grad and Eric Schrier, Presidents of Original Programming, FX Networks and FX Productions.
FX Networks ordered 13 episodes of both Married and You’re the Worst for their second seasons. Both series recently completed their 10-episode first seasons on FX. The first seasons of both are currently available on FX’s VOD platform FXNOW for authenticated subscribers of the network. Married and You’re the Worst are produced by FX Productions.
“We love these shows and the creative visions of Andrew Gurland of Married and Stephen Falk of You’re the Worst,” said Grad. “Both series have terrific ensemble casts and outstanding lead performances – Nat Faxon and Judy Greer in Married, and Chris Geere and Aya Cash in You’re the Worst. These shows are honest, 360-degree looks at relationships and we’re excited to see how they evolve.”
On a weekly basis, Married is averaging 1.96 million in Total Viewers and 1.35 million in Adults 18-49, and You’re the Worst is averaging 1.65 million in Total Viewers and 1.09 million in Adults 18-49 (through the first seven episodes and will increase with the accumulation of more data). You’re the Worst showed particular strength among Adults 18-34, increasing delivery in that demo for episodes six, seven and eight (ratings data through episode eight). Both series rank in the Top 10 in Adults 18-49 and Adults 18-34 for new comedy series in 2014 on basic cable.
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