September 2013 is going to be a huge month for FX. Not only will it feature the return of Sons of Anarchy for its sixth season, but it will also feature the launch of a new network, FXX. The new channel will feature many of FX’s most popular comedies plus new shows in syndication, while the original FX will stay the home for the top dramas.

Sons of Anarchy Season 6

The motorcycle drama Sons of Anarchy will return to FX for season 6 Tuesday, September 10 at 10pm. The premiere, which takes place a few days after the end of season 5, will be an expanded 90-minute episode.

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The series is FX’s flagship drama, the longest-running show currently on the network. It is becoming even more important now that the network’s comedies are being transferred to FXX, a sister channel. Sons of Anarchy is the network’s strongest series, with the season 5 premiere reaching the show’s all-time high with over 5.3 million viewers.

FXX Comedy Premiere Dates

Starting on Monday, September 2, FX will split into two different networks, with the new FXX launching (it will replace FOX Soccer on your TV). The new network will get off to a big start with the return of three established comedies.

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia season 9 premieres Thursday, September 4 at 10pm on the new FXX. It will be followed by the season 4 premiere of the fantasy football comedy The League.

Then at 11pm, the talk show Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell will premiere, beginning it’s new schedule five nights a week. New episodes will air Monday-Thursday at 11pm, with a “Best of the Week” compilation Sunday at 11pm.

The new FXX network will also be anchored with syndication of many great shows, including Rescue Me, Parks and Recreation, How I Met Your Mother, Arrested Development, Sports Night, Raising Hope and Freaks and Geeks.

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