FX Sets ‘You’re the Worst’ and ‘Better Things’ September Premiere Dates

You're the Worst
Aya Cash and Chris Geere star in ‘You’re the Worst’ (Photo courtesy of FX Networks / Autumn de Wilde)

FX Networks has announced the premiere dates for You’re the Worst season four and Better Things season two. You’re the Worst will return to FXX’s primetime lineup on Wednesday, September 6, 2017 at 10pm ET/PT. Season four will kick off with a special one-hour premiere. Better Things will premiere its second season on FX on Thursday, September 14, 2017 at 10pm ET/PT.

You’re the Worst was created by executive producer Stephen Falk and stars Chris Geere as Jimmy, Aya Cash as Gretchen, Desmin Borges as Edgar, and Kether Donohue as Lindsay. Peabody Award-winner Better Things is written, directed, executive produced, and stars Pamela Adlon.

You’re the Worst Plot: You’re the Worst is a modern look at love and happiness told through the eyes of two people who haven’t been very successful with either. It’s the story of Gretchen and Jimmy, fear, heartbreak, romance, sex, food, Los Angeles, Sunday Funday, friendship, and the fact that sometimes the worst people make the best partners.

You’re the Worst puts a dark twist on the romantic comedy genre. Narcissistic, brash, and stubborn Jimmy Shive-Overly (Geere) has inadvertently found himself paired up with cynical, people-pleasing, and self-destructive Gretchen Cutler (Cash). After a whirlwind courtship, and a very rough post-cohabitation period of dealing with Gretchen’s clinical depression, Jimmy and Gretchen were forced to learn how to manage a relationship in the face of tragedy when Jimmy’s father unexpectedly died. Ultimately, drawn closer, Jimmy proposed and then suddenly disappeared when confronted with the notion that Gretchen would be his family. Now broken up, and involved with other people, both struggle to move on while constantly being pulled back toward one another.

Better Things Plot: Better Things centers on Sam Fox (Adlon), a single, working actor with no filter raising her three daughters, Max (Mikey Madison), Frankie (Hannah Alligood) and Duke (Olivia Edward) in Los Angeles. She’s mom, dad, referee and the cops. Sam also watches out for her mother, Phil (Celia Imrie), an English expatriate, who lives across the street. Sam is flawed and fierce with her love for her daughters, and her own mother, as well. Sometimes, heaping the love on when she feels guilty. Sam’s just trying to earn a living, navigate her daughters’ lives, have fun with a friend or two and also — just maybe — squeeze in some private time once in a while.