Once again, FX Networks has been all over a Television Critics Association tour, beginning (in what has to be a first) even before this one began and continuing throughout. At a time when many networks (especially those on cable) are cutting back on crucial areas of their businesses (such as publicity and promotion) FX is staking its claim as the most forward-thinking. I’m not going to suggest that the press is as supportive of FX as it is just because of the outstanding work by its publicity team. (Critics didn’t hesitate to dump on “The Comedians,” “Tyrant” and “Married,” to name three obvious examples.) But it hasn’t hurt.