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FX Sets Midseason Schedule

December 2, 2009 (8:48 am) GMT
While being firm about the return dates of 'Nip/Tuck' and 'Damages', the network is still not sure about some of its new series.

FX Network has finished arranging its midseason schedule and announced that "" will begin its final season on January 6 with the series finale airing on March 3. The drama surrounding two plastic surgeons in Los Angeles has run the first half of season 6 this year. There are nine episodes left that will serve as the series' conclusion.

In addition, "" is set to return with the third season on a new night which is Mondays at 10/9c. It kicks off on January 25 for a 13-week run. Campbell Scott and join as series regulars while , Keith Carradine and Len Cariou guest star. The last three actors will play characters who have the same last name, Tobin.

Beside the return dates, FX also set the ones for new series "", "" and "". An animated spy comedy, "Archer" has generated buzz online and will officially go on air starting Thursday, January 14 at 10/9c. The timeslot previously belonged to "".

"Justified" which was previously known as "Lawman", is slated to debut in March. stars as a modern day U.S. Marshal in the series based on short story by Elmore Leonard. Meanwhile, comedy series "Louie" which is starring will premiere in spring.

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