Cable network FX has unveiled its spring schedule of new and returning series. These series include the second half of American Horror Story: Delicate, the third season of Welcome to Wrexham, the new spy thriller The Veil led by Elisabeth Moss, the documentary The New York Times Presents: Broken Horses and the limited series Clipped (formerly titled The Sterling Affairs).
Here are the premiere and start dates for some new and returning series:
Wednesday, April 3: American Horror Story: Delicate part 2
The second part of American Horror Story: Delicate airs Wednesday, April 3 at 10pm on FX and streams on Hulu the next day. The four-episode second half of the anthology horror drama kicks off with one episode, with a new episode every following Wednesday. The series will be available on Star+ in Latin America and Disney+ in all other territories at a later date.
Creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk produce along with Alexis Martin Woodall, Halley Feiffer, John J. Gray and Scott Robertson. The series, which has been renewed for a thirteenth season, is produced by 20th Television.
Thursday, April 18: Welcome to Wrexham season three
Welcome to Wrexham returns on Thursday, April 18 at 10pm on FX and streams on Hulu the following day. The premiere features the first episode of the eight-part season, with a new episode every following Thursday. The series will soon be coming to Star+ in Latin America and Disney+ in other territories.
In the series, Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds lead the third-oldest professional football club in the world. Welcome to Wrexham is a docu-series that follows the dreams and concerns of Wrexham, a working-class town in North Wales, United Kingdom, as two Hollywood stars guide the future of their historic club.
For the first time in season three, as the team takes their place in the EFL, Welcome to Wrexham's cameras will have unprecedented access to the pitch, putting viewers in the dressing room and alongside the players as the action unfolds in some of the biggest games Wrexham AFC has ever played.
The docu-series is produced by McElhenney, Reynolds, Josh Drisko, Bryan Rowland, Jeff Luini, Humphrey Ker, Nick Frenkel, George Dewey and Boardwalk Pictures' Andrew Fried, Dane Lillegard, Sarina Roma and Andy Thomas. More Better Productions, Maximum Effort Productions, 3 Arts Entertainment and Boardwalk Pictures are producing.
Friday, April 26: The New York Times Presents: Broken Horses
The New York Times Presents: Broken Horses premieres Friday, April 26 at 10pm on FX and streams on Hulu the following day.
The documentary examines the systemic problems, questionable practices and urgent calls for change that have shaken horse racing to its core. New York Times reporters Joe Drape, Melissa Hoppert, Rachel Abrams and Liz Day investigate the period that plunged the sport into crisis and left fans wondering why so many horses, supposedly in top condition, break down so often.
Featuring confidential documents and recordings and exclusive interviews, Broken Horses provides a vivid tour of the corporate and political forces that control the Sport of Kings and oppose measures to implement changes that could reduce horse deaths.
Executive producers are Esther Dere, Jason Stallman, Liz Day, Sam Dolnick, Stephanie Preiss, Ken Druckerman and Banks Tarver. Dere is also Showrunner of The New York Times Presents. Rachel Abrams is Senior Producer.
Tuesday April 30: The Veil
The Veil will premiere its first two episodes exclusively on Hulu. The four remaining episodes of the limited series will air new episodes every following Tuesday. The series will soon be coming to Star+ in Latin America and Disney+ in other territories.
The series explores the surprising and charged relationship between two women who play a deadly game of truth and lies on the road from Istanbul to Paris and London. One woman has a secret and the other is on a mission to reveal it before thousands of lives are lost. In the shadows, mission controllers from the CIA and France's DGSE must put aside their differences and work together to avert potential disaster.
Elisabeth Moss (The Handmaid's Tale), Yumna Marwan (Little Birds), Dali Benssalah (Les Sauvages) and Josh Charles (Away) star.
The series is written by Steven Knight (Peaky Blinders, See) and is produced by Knight, Denise Di Novi Pictures and Moss under her banner Love & Squalor Pictures. The Veil is produced by FX Productions.
Tuesday, June 4: Clipped (formerly The Sterling Affairs)
Clipped will premiere with two episodes exclusively on Hulu. The remaining episodes of the six-episode limited series will be released individually each following Tuesday. The series will soon be coming to Star+ in Latin America and Disney+ in other territories.
The series takes you behind the scenes of a notorious NBA owner's racist comments, captured on a tape heard around the world. Based on ESPN's hit 30 for 30 podcast The Sterling Affairs, this series charts the clash between a dysfunctional basketball organization and an even less functional marriage, and the tape's impact on an ensemble of characters trying to win against the backdrop of the most cursed team in the league.
Jacki Weaver (Yellowstone (2018)), Laurence Fishburne (Black-ish), Ed O'Neill (Modern Family) and Cleopatra Coleman (Dopesick) co-star with Kelly AuCoin (Billions), J. Alphonse Nicholson (P-Valley), Rich Sommers (Mad Men), Corbin Bernsen (L.A. Law), Clifton Davis (Madam Secretary) and Harriet Sansom Harris (Desperate Housewives).
Executive producers include Gina Welch, who serves as creator and showrunner, Nina Jacobson and Brad Simpson, Zanne Devine, Ramona Shelburne and Kevin Bray, who directed three of the six episodes. This series is an FX production.