FX And HBO Renewed These Shows Today

The TV shows Legion and Crashing were renewed today for second seasons, networks FX and HBO announced.

Legion, which is an X-Men spinoff, will return for its second season in 2018, according to Collider. The show, created by Fargo‘s Noah Hawley, stars Beauty and the Beast‘s Dan Stevens as the schizophrenic Marvel superhero David Haller/Legion. There are eight episodes in Season 1, which is currently airing, though there is no word yet on the length of Season 2.

As for Crashing, it was created by comedian Pete Holmes and tells the story of a struggling comedian who crashes on other comedians’ couches after he discovers his wife is having an affair. The story is based in part on things that happened to Holmes in real life, including the affair.

Lauren Lapkus (Orange is the New Black) plays Holmes’ wife/ex-wife. A lot of famous comedians appear in the show as themselves, including Dave Attell, Hannibal Burress, Artie Lange, T.J. Miller, Jim Norton, and Sarah Silverman.

The first season of Crashing premiered on HBO on February 19 and spanned eight episodes. There is no word yet on when Season 2 will debut or how many episodes it will contain.

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