There won't be a new game released for Microsoft's Xbox One for a few more weeks, but starting on Monday owners of the console will be able to check out the first episode of a new FX animated series before the rest of the world gets to see it a week later.
Xbox Wire reports that Chozen will debut on the Xbox One's FXNOW streaming video service on January 6th. The first episode won't be broadcast on the FX cable network until January 13th. The show is animated by the same studio that handles FX's super-spy satire Archer.
As far as Chozen is concerned, Microsoft offers up a description that makes it clear this animated series is not for kids:
Chozen is an animated comedy about the title character, a gay white rapper fresh out of prison. Armed with a new message, Chozen is on a quest for redemption and to claim his rightful position as the world's top rap artist. With a new world view shaped by his time in prison, Chozen's music and lyrics take aim at the stereotypes of machismo and misogyny that are synonymous with rap music.
Microsoft will soon be offering their own original video content for Xbox One owners, including a recently announced documentary that will center on how millions of E.T. game copies for the Atari 2600 were buried in a New Mexico landfill.
Source: Xbox Wire | Image via FX