On Friday, FX is making sure you spend your summer indoors. It will unveil debut dates for eight new and returning shows.
The Staten Island vamps are returning to their residence, which is now on the verge of total structural breakdown, according to the official synopsis. Plus, Nandor finds love (!), Nadja is a vampire nightclub and Laszlo is confronted with the notion of nature versus nurture as he grows his baby.
Plus, the acclaimed comedy Reservation Dogs, starring a group of ethnically inclined Indigenous teens in rural Oklahoma, returns for its sophomore season on Hulu on Wednesday, Aug. 3, with Bear eager to star in the season finale, and Willie Jack is concerned about the consequences of the curse she sent on Jackie and Cheese reuniting with his grandmother.
On FX/FXX/Hulu, on the water this summer:
* The Old Man, which stars Jeff Bridges as a retired CIA employee living off the grid, and John Lithgow as the FBI official who was tasked with tracking him down, is set to premiere on FX on Thursday, June 16 at 10 pm.
* The Bear, a comedy starring Shameless Jeremy Allen White as a fine-dining chef who returns to Chicago to run his family''s sandwich shop, is on Hulu with all eight episodes.
* Hulu will be the first person to direct a second installment of the anthology American Horror Stories on Thursday, July 21.
* With the first two episodes, Wrexham, which follows Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney as they acquire a Welsh soccer team, premieres Wednesday, August 24 at 10 pm on FX.
* Little Demon, an animated comedy starring Aubrey Plaza as a mom whose teen daughter is literally the spawn of Satan, is now available on FXX on Thursday, Aug. 25.
* The Patient, starring Steve Carell as a therapist who discovers himself treating a serial killer, will premiere on Hulu on Tuesday, August 30, with the first three episodes.
Which series will you most excited to see? Let us know in the comments.