John Landgraf

FX Networks

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CEO of FX Networks

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When John Landgraf came to FX in 2004, he was overseeing only one channel and it had only two original series -- The Shield and Nip/Tuck.

FX CEO John Landgraf

When John Landgraf came to FX in 2004, he was overseeing only one channel and it had only two original series -- The Shield and Nip/Tuck.

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The origin story of  It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia  is a lesson in chuztpah and initiative.

John Landgraf; Rob McElhenney and Glenn Howerton

The origin story of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is a lesson in chuztpah and initiative.

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President of FX, John Landgraf talks with Kim Masters about the unusually hands-off deal he made with comedian  Louis CK  for his show,  Louie .

FX President John Landgraf on Louis CK and Charlie Sheen

President of FX, John Landgraf talks with Kim Masters about the unusually hands-off deal he made with comedian Louis CK for his show, Louie .

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