‘American Horror Story,’ ‘It’s Always Sunny,’ Premieres Set

FXAs the leaves change color and the air turns cooler, we can’t help but feel depressed. Not because we’re leaving beaches and BBQs behind, but because we remember series like Louie are not long for our television screens. Yes, we’ll have to cope with waiting up to a year for the return of some of our favorite FX summer series — but, never fear, my friends. Because the Paddy’s Pub gang cometh.

That’s right: After a long wait, we finally have return dates for FX’s fall series. And not just the anticipated second season of American Horror Story: Asylum (Oct. 17 at 10pm), which you feel like you already saw thanks to Ryan Murphy’s blissfully incessant twitpics from the set. As for fan favorites like It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Sons of Anarchy? Pull out your planners, prepare your rum ham recipe, and see below for the network’s full fall slate! 
Sept. 11
Sons of Anarchy (10 PM)*
Sept. 14
The Ultimate Fighter Fridays (9 PM)
Oct. 11
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (10 PM)
The League (10:30 PM)
BrandX With Russell Brand (11 PM)
Oct. 17
American Horror Story: Asylum (10 PM)
*All times are set in Eastern Time. 

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