The Hollywood Reporter reports: “FX is going commercial free — at least for Comcast subscribers. The cable network is prepping the Sept. 5 launch of a new streaming service, FX+, that will offer ad-free viewing of current FX and FXX shows as well as on-demand viewing of a library of programming. The service will be available as a $6-per-month add-on for people who already subscribe to FX through Comcast’s Xfinity television packages. FX Networks scored 55 Emmy nominations this year for shows including Feud: Bette and JoanFargo and Atlanta. ”

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