FX’s 2017 Emmy FYC mailer ships off 9 shows including ‘American Horror Story: Roanoke,’ ‘Atlanta,’ ‘Legion’

FX’s 2017 Emmy FYC mailer has arrived on the doorsteps of the TV academy membership, with nine of their hottest programs being showcased in eye-poppingly colorful booklets (see details below). In addition to the DVDs, a link is also provided for Emmy voters to watch even more episodes online at the FX Networks screening room.

American Horror Story: Roanoke” — The sixth installment of Ryan Murphy‘s limited series is a strong Emmy contender for both Kathy Bates and Sarah Paulson in the shaky-camera tale of the missing “Roanoke” colony. “AHS” episodes “Chapter 1,” “Chapter 2” and “Chapter 3” are included for voters to watch in the safety of their living rooms.

Atlanta” — The Golden Globe and Producers Guild winner for Best Comedy Series stars Donald Glover as young manager Earn Marks and Brian Tyree Henry as his rapper cousin Paper Boi. All 10 episodes of “Atlanta” Season 1 are provided: #101 “The Big Bang,” #102 “Streets on Lock,” #103 “Go for Broke,” #104 “The Streisand Effect,” #105 “Nobody Beats the Biebs,” #106 “Value,” #107 “B.A.N.,” #108 “The Club,” #109 “Juneteenth” and #110 “The Jacket.”

Baskets” — Last year’s Emmy champ Louie Anderson (Best Comedy Supporting Actor) is back along with his on-screen son Zach Galifianakis in this story about a clown who wants to make it big in Bakersfield, CA. Emmy voters can watch these three episodes: #203 “Bail,” #204 “Ronald Reagan Library” and #205 “Fight.”

Better Things” — Co-creator Pamela Adlon stars in one of the most acclaimed comedies of the year after previously being Emmy-nominated for producing, writing and guesting on “Louie.” The 10-episode first season is presented in its entirety: #101 “Sam/Pilot,” #102 “Period,” #103 “Brown,” #104 “Woman Is the Something of the Something,” #105 “Future Fever,” #106 “Alarms,” #107 “Duke’s Chorus,” #108 “Scary Fun,” #109 “Hair of the Dog” and #110 “Only Women Bleed.”

Legion” — FX’s first Marvel show is a hit with critics and fans alike and stars uber-popular Dan Stevens as a mutant with telekinetic and reality-bending powers who was diagnosed with schizophrenia as a boy. “Chapter 1,” “Chapter 2,” “Chapter 3” and “Chapter 4” are included on two DVDs.

“Man Seeking Woman” — Jay Baruchel plays Josh Greenberg who, over the course of three seasons, has navigated being single and dating in this absurdist comedy. These two half-hours are provided: #304 “Popcorn” and #307 “Bagel.”

“The Strain” — The cult horror show is based on the novels by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan, who also serve as the drama’s creators. The first episode (#301 “New York Strong”) and last episode (#310 “The Fall”) of Season 3 have been delivered to Emmy voters.

“Taboo” — One of the Top 10 scripted cable series of the year, “Taboo” stars Tom Hardy in the 1814-set period piece about his character James Delaney returning to England after everyone believed him to be dead. The entire eight-episode first season has been distributed on a trio of discs.

“You’re the Worst” — The critical hit starring Chris Geere and Aya Cash as star-crossed lovers with relationship issues is still going strong for FXX after three seasons. The episodes #304 “Men Get Strong,” #305 “Twenty-Two” and #306 “The Last Sunday Funday” are included.

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