Elijah Wood and Jason Gann
Sorry, It's Always Sunny fans: FX is only bringing Wilfred, Archer and Sons of Anarchy to Comic-Con this year.
Wilfred will kick off the network's Con coverage with a panel on...
All systems are a go for a 13-episode fourth season of Archer, FX announced Thursday.
Created and executive-produced by Adam Reed, Archer is an animated comedy about a spy agency and its employees. The voice cast includes Aisha Tyler, Judy Greer, Jessica Walter, Chris Parnell and Emmy nominated H. Jon Benjamin as the voice of the title character. Burt Reynolds lent his voice to an...
Justin Chambers and Ellen Pompeo
Things are about to get awfully busy on TV, as the February sweeps kick into gear tonight, meaning an end to the midwinter repeats for several weeks and blockbuster events over the next few weekends, starting with Sunday's Super Bowl on NBC, and continuing with the Grammys on CBS and the Oscars on ABC — just a guess, but these aren't listed merely sequentially but also in terms of audience buzz. (Adele joining the Grammy live-performance lineup makes that show instantly more interesting than anything that's likely to happen with this year's underpowered Oscars lineup.)
Emily VanCamp, Tim Allen, Jane Levy
Suburgatory's Jane Levy has an awesome life, Man Up! is not the Chris Moynihan show and that isn't all of Emily VanCamp's real body on the hot Revenge promo all over the country.
FX has ordered third seasons of Justified and Archer, the network announced Tuesday.
Justified, created by Graham Yost and starring Timothy Olyphant, is based on the popular Elmore Leonard character Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens. After becoming the second-highest series premiere in FX history in 2010, Season 2 has averaged 3.9 million viewers and 2 million adults ages...
Cheers to Chris Parnell for his endearing guest turn on Mad Love.
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The SNL veteran guested on CBS' freshman sitcom as a small-town cop, Dennis Barrett, who pulls over Connie (Judy Greer) for speeding. She initially flirts with him to try and get out of the ticket but is eventually charmed by his winning personality. Parnell and Greer have history — they costarred in ABC's underrated gem Miss Guided and both provide voices on FX's animated spy spoof Archer — and they developed a surprisingly potent chemistry in only a few scenes. Thankfully, we haven't seen the last of Parnell on Mad Love — he'll be back for another episode next month.
Chris Parnell was known on Saturday Night Live for being a man of many faces and voices — and he's continuing to diversify with his maiden sci-fi voyage. Parnell fills us in on his Eureka holiday special guest spot, plus his recurring roles on 30 Rock and Archer.
Eddie McClintock and Joanne Kelly
If you're the type that tries to keep track of those perplexing stop-and-start cable schedules, you'll know December tis NOT the season for summer's sci-fi larks Eureka and Warehouse 13 to be airing new episodes. But Syfy programmers are playing Santa Tuesday night, and their gift is a back-to-back package of holiday-themed special originals of the channel's whimsical hit series. It's a great idea, because these are Syfy's most festive series anyway, so why not bring them back to spread a little cheer.
Men of a Certain Age (Monday, 10/9c, TNT)
This seriocomic slice-of-midlife-crisis drama returns for a second season with its three best buds of a certain age (Ray Romano, Andre Braugher, Scott Bakula, each terrific) adjusting to new circumstances. Joe (Romano) is tentatively re-entering the ...
Thursday's episode of 30 Rock aired live on the both East and West Coasts, but the second broadcast made some sly adjustments.
During the East Coast broadcast, the opening number was sung by Jane Krakowski, while Cheyenne Jackson did the honors in the later broadcast, altering some of the lyrics. Chris Parnell tweaked the lyrics of Leo Spaceman's love songs, and the lines during the "commercial" from hook-handed Dr. Drew Baird (Jon Hamm) were also changed.