Shows 8 /10

Coverage 7.5 /10

Viewership 9.2 /10

New Shows 8.5 /10

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FX is an American television channel owned by the Walt Disney Company. It was originally launched on June 1, 1994, and it is currently based at Fox Studios in Century City, California.

At first, the company was known as “fX” and it broadcasted from a large apartment in Manhattan’s Flatiron District. Their broadcast schedule was similar to the one seen with HBO and Showtime, which included reruns of feature films and sitcoms.

FX was one of the first channels to use the Internet to interact with its viewers. They embraced e-mail and the Internet as communication tools and used them to obtain viewer feedback. Select viewers were allowed to visit the apartment and participate in shows.

In 1997, fX rebranded as FX. As well as airing top shows such as The X-Files and Married…With Children, they also broadcasted sports events like Major League Baseball and NASCAR.

Unlike other networks, FX took a risk by airing content rated as TV-MA (highest maturity rating). Despite calls from a few family organizations to boycott the programs with this rating, FX’s original programming schedule remained on air.

Channel Guide

As a channel, FX streams a range of TV shows, the most popular being It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The Leagues, Sons of Anarchy, The Shield, American Horror Story, Legion, Fargo, and more.

A significant part of FX’s primetime schedule comprises feature films from studios like Sony Pictures Entertainment, Universal Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros, etc. They also broadcast television sitcoms such as Two and a Half Men and How I Met Your Mother.

Another part of the channel is sports programming. After getting the broadcast rights to NASCAR, they telecasted the race seasons for 5 consecutive years. The channel has also aired Major League Baseball games, soccer games and so on. In 2012, FX took on content from Ultimate Fighting Championship.

Today, FX is available to more than 89.2 million households in the USA. It also has multiple TV channel licenses for streaming in various countries around the world, including Canada and Europe. As a result of its diverse programming and TV-MA ratings, FX’s target audience is between 18 and 49 years old.

How To Stream FX Without Cable

Sling TV

  • 3-day free trial
  • Available on Sling’s Blue Package for $20 a month
  • Offers 45+ channels including CNN, Fox News, Comedy Central, etc
  • Stream on 3 devices at once
  • Watch with Android, iOS browsers, Chromecast, Fire TV, Roku and Apple TV
  • 10 hours of Cloud DVR
  • 50 more hours of recording time for an extra $5 a month
  • Solid on-demand library with more than 70,000 titles


  • 7-day free trial
  • Available with four different package options
  • Prices start at $54.99 a month
  • 92 channels included
  • Simultaneous streaming on 2 devices
  • 20 sports channels (with 16 more available for an additional $8.99 a month)
  • Record 30 hours of your favourite shows with Cloud DVR
  • 500 hours of DVR can be obtained for an extra $9.99 a month

Hulu Live TV 

  • 7-day free trial
  • Single package with one basic price of $54.99 a month
  • 60+ channels depending on location, including top choices such as CNN, ESPN, FOX Sports, NBS, ABC and more
  • Available on multiple mobile and computer devices, Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV and more
  • Stream on 2 devices at once
  • Unlimited Screens add-on costs $9.99 a month and allows users to stream on 3 devices outside their network – plus unlimited devices within their home
  • Store up to 50 hours of programming with Cloud DVR
  • Extra DVR storage (up to 200 hours) available for $9.99 a month
  • Unlimited access to Hulu’s on-demand content library

AT&T TV Now 

  • 7-day free trial
  • FX is available with the cheapest package which is $65 a month
  • 40+ channels available, including HBO, CNN and more
  • 5 additional package options
  • Compatible with iOS, Android devices, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku and Apple TV
  • Watch shows on 2 devices at once
  • Add a third device for an extra $5 a month
  • 20 hours of Cloud DVR storage
  • More than 40,000 titles in the on-demand library

YouTube TV

  • 7-day free trial
  • Single package that includes FX, BBC America and Fox News
  • Costs $49.99 a month
  • 70+ channels available
  • Supported on a variety of devices including Chromecast, Apple TV, Android TV, Samsung, LG, Hisense, Sharp Smart TVs and XBOX One
  • Stream on 3 devices at once
  • No limit on Cloud DVR recording for the first 9 months

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