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FX promises to up its edge this New Year with a New prime time lineup

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MUMBAI: FX, India’s exclusive destination for edgy and fast paced shows across genres is all set to up its game this New Year. The one stop shop for some of the best dramas, thrillers and comical shows will now boast of a more phenomenal line up to appeal to an even wider audience base.

In January, FX is set to change its weekday prime time lineup.

The X-Files – Essential Collection airing from Monday to Friday at 11 PM till January 28, 2016.

The first of the lot is the cult sci-fi series ‘The X-Files – Essential Collection’. Having premiered on January 1st, The X-Files – Essential Collection is a widely talked about and hugely anticipated build up series, to the all-new X-Files mini-series specially curated by the creator of the original series, Chris Carter himself. Carter has personally chosen 20 special episodes along with some never-seen-before footage to give new and long-standing audiences an extra edge before they catch up with the all-new event series.

Scare Tactics every Monday to Friday at 8 PM

The New Year also welcomed the premiere of the bone-chilling show Scare Tactics - a hidden camera, comedy television series that pranks victims by putting them into terrifying situations involving incredible special effects and makeup that recreates horror movie clichés, on FX. The show is meant to scare victims set up by their family and/or friends later revealing the prank with the break-out line - “Are you scared?” An exciting twist of thrill and spine-tingling entertainment, the show proves that there is nothing better than a hidden camera, an unsuspecting victim and the world’s coolest, most terrifying pranks involving movie style special effects.

House Season 1-8, starting 13th Jan every Monday to Friday at 10 PM

Following suit is one of the most popular shows on global television, House M.D. Airing right from Season 1 on January 13, 2016, the doctor that everyone loves to hate will come on Indian television screens every day from Monday to Friday at 10 PM. The show follows the genius but cranky yet charming Dr. House as he leads an elite medical team to solve bizarre illnesses and save lives despite his own constant physical pain. Hugh Laurie who portrayed the legendary character of Doctor House was a favourite among viewers across the globe. Now the show returns to television screens with all seasons being played out one after another.

The channel will also include renowned American comedy-drama television series Louie and critically-acclaimed cult sci-fi series Doctor Who as part of its programming line-up. While Season 1 of Louie commenced on January 1st, Doctor Who’s Season 8 will also begin with the airing of its very first episode on January 12th.

While all these popular shows are airing on FX and FX HD in January 2016 alone, FX has a bag full of treats and surprises for its audiences throughout the year with some famous dramas and all-new shows already lined-up! So stay happy, stay entertained, stay thrilled and stay tuned-in to FX and FX HD all year long!

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