FX is going steady with three original shows through the month of March as they head into the spring TV season.
At the moment, FX is only airing three original shows in its lineup. The network is staying the course with these shows, which are having varying levels of success this year.
The first show continuing on FX is Justified, which is currently in its sixth season. The modern day western is also in its final season, with just six episodes left before the series finale in April. Justified is airing Tuesdays at 10 p.m. ET/PT on FX.
This final season of Justified has seen the show dip below two million viewers for the first time in its history. While this may not be what FX wants, the show at least has its core fanbase that watches every week no matter what.
Then there's The Americans, the 1980s-set drama about two Soviet spies posing as a married couple in America. Currently in its third season, the show is having similar ratings trouble with many episodes dipping below one million viewers. However, the show is still a hit with critics and maintains a level of prestige for the network. The series airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
Finally there's Archer. The animated series is currently in its sixth season but is holding on with similar ratings as previous seasons. The show airs Thursdays at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
FX still has many shows ahead to premiere, including the fifth season of Louie, a new series called The Comedians starring Billy Crystal and other hit shows like The Strain and Tyrant.