FX sets ‘Fargo,’ ‘Bastard Executioner’ premieres, renews ‘Strain,’ moves ‘Archer’ to FXX

It's FX's day at press tour, and before John Landgraf addresses the press to talk about his own slate of shows – as well as the exciting/terrifying explosion in scripted programming on TV – the network made a bunch of announcements about its upcoming slate. In no particular order:

* “Fargo” season 2 (the first episode of which was a huge relief for me after watching most of “True Detective” season 2) will debut on October 12.

* Kurt Sutter's new series, “The Bastard Executioner,” will debut September 15, while the new season of “American Horror Story” will debut October 7.

* “Better Things,” a comedy starring Pamela Adlon and co-created by Adlon and Louis C.K., has been ordered to series for FX. FXX, meanwhile, ordered to series “Cassius and Clay,” a new animated comedy starring Lake Bell and Kaitlin Olson.

* Though FX isn't going comedy-free, “Archer” will be moving to FXX in an attempt to boost the newer comedies and help clarify the difference between the sibling channels. (FXX, for now at least, is all-comedy, and the few remaining FX comedies are older-skewing.)

* “The Strain” has been renewed for a third season.