If you’re looking for shows featuring complex, fascinating characters, along with drama, laughs, a little bit of song and dance, and maybe some ghosts, look no further than FX. The network has made a name for itself by giving us all sorts of different shows from literally every genre under the sun — you name it, it’s probably on FX. Comedy? Drama? Dramedy? Horror? Spy thrillers? Everything’s on FX.
Whatever kind of show you’re looking for, FX has one for you. Take a look at the most tracked FX shows so far this year. Did your favorite make the cut — or did you just discover your new favorite show?
20. Mr. Inbetween
A hit-man tries to navigate his business, while also keeping his family in check and his personal life separate from everything else.
19. Anger Management
Based on the movie of the same name, a former baseball player trying to cope with keeping his temper in check.
One of Ryan Murphy’s first television hits, the series follows a cutting-edge, controversial plastic surgery center
Zach Galifianakis pulls double duty playing both Chip and Dale Everett Baskets, who are just trying to live out their dreams.
Spanning five decades, the show focuses on the relationship between filmmaker Bob Fosse and dancer Gwen Verdon.
Can old west law enforcement techniques work today? Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens is bringing the wild west to his hometown.
14. The Shield
Set in the fictional Farmington district of Los Angeles, a group of police officers (some of whom are corrupt) must work to keep the city’s streets safe.
13. The Strain
You’ve seen zombie outbreaks before, but what about vampires? New York’s CDC must now race to stop the virus strain before it spreads any further.
Set in Los Angeles in 1983, the series revolves around the first crack epidemic and its impact on the culture of the city
11. Better Things
A Los Angeles based working-mom tries to balance her acting career while also raising three spirited daughters, and have a social life.
Donald Glover’s brilliant series, set in Atlanta, just keeps getting better. But now if only we didn’t have to wait years in-between seasons!
What if vampires were real and just trying to live, work, and play like the rest of us? Based on the movie of the same name, What We Do In the Shadows is both creepy and hilarious.
8. Mayans M.C.
A Sons of Anarchy spin-off, Mayans takes us to the U.S.-Mexico border and shows us the lives of the Mayans Motorcycle Club.
Based on the movie of the same name, this anthology series puts a new spin on the cult-classic Coen Brothers film.
Half Russian spy drama, half family drama, The Americans is the perfect recipe for amazing TV.
Don’t adjust your screens, you really are tripping right along with David, the mutant son of Professor Charles Xavier.
Set in the late 1980s and early 1990s at the height of the house-ballroom community, the series takes a look at what it was like to grow up in New York City during this time.
You might have lived through some of these real-life stories, but that doesn’t mean you can’t relive the drama and intrigue again in this based-on-real-events series.
Jax Teller finds himself in charge of SAMCRO (Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club, Redwood Original), and must keep rival gangs, politicians and the authorities at arm’s length.
The show has reinvented itself no less than nine times already, and it shows no signs of slowing down now. The anthology series has given us ghosts, monsters, vampires, witches, and aliens, and there’s no telling where it will go next.
*The Most Tracked FX Series is based on episodes tracked in TV Time from 1/1/19-11/1/19.