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Running Wilde: Final Episodes of Cancelled TV Show to Air on FX

Running WildeIf you’re one of the few who enjoyed FOX’s Running Wilde sitcom then there’s some good news for you. No, the show hasn’t been un-cancelled and renewed for a second season but viewers will have a chance to see the four remaining unaired episodes.

An FX spokesperson confirmed to the Futon Critic that the cable channel will air the quartet of Running Wilde episodes over the next four Thursdays at 10pm.

Two episodes — “Jack’s Back” (episode 10) and “One Step Forward” (a rerun of episode nine) — will air on April 28th. “Alienated” (episode 11) will run on May 5th, “The Pre-Nup” (episodes 12) can be seen on May 12th, and the series finale — “Basket Cases” (episode 13) — will be broadcast on May 19th.

Starring Will Arnett, Keri Russell, Mel Rodriguez, Peter Serafinowicz, Robert Michael Morris, and Stefania Owen, FOX officially cancelled Running Wilde and pulled the show from the schedule in January.

What do you think? Will you make a point to tune in to see the remaining episodes?

 

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Sean April 29, 2011 at 8:36 pm

I will definitely be watching.

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Rebecca April 24, 2011 at 2:23 pm

I really hope the remaining episodes will be on hulu since I don’t get cable channels any more (just network and PBS) – I saw all that aired before of Running Wilde on Fox. Looking forward to seeing the rest if I can.

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Charles April 24, 2011 at 1:56 pm

Yes we’ll be watching, can’t wait!

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Dee April 24, 2011 at 11:44 am

I wwonder if a Camadian channel wll pick this up? I am in Canada and don’t have access to FX.

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Rj Sheedy April 23, 2011 at 4:07 pm

This show was always meant for cable, if it scores high enough ratings on FX, do you think that the show could be renewed for a second season by FX or has the cast and Mitch Hurwitz moved on to other things???

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admin April 24, 2011 at 4:34 am

Rj Sheedy » they’ve all moved on. Doubt the episodes will get many viewers on FX. It’s not like they’re putting much effort into getting the word out…

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Michael Joseph April 23, 2011 at 1:26 pm

Yes! Running Wilde wasn’t the funniest show, admittedly, but it was excellently written and the characters were all realistic and incredibly likable. Can’t wait!

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