FX has renewed fantasy football comedy The League for a fourth season, the network announced Tuesday.
"The League continues to be one of our most successful comedy series both...
She's battled Buffy, brought it on and made us want to play in the weirdest dollhouse ever, so it's no wonder we can't get enough of Eliza Dushku. But for those of you still not hip to the hotness that is Dushku, we're happy to say that she is more than just a pretty face who can kick ass. She's also a funny lady — as proven by tonight's bawdy guest spot on The League (10:30/9:30c, FX) — a budding filmmaker, and a philanthropist. Here, the multi-hyphenate fan fave discusses her latest foray into the funny business of TV and what we can expect from her in the coming year.
When Eliza Dushku guest-stars on The League, don't be surprised if there is some tension in the air. It's not personal, it's just sports.
"She's a big Boston girl so she loves the Pats, the Celtics, and the Red Sox. I, on the other hand, am a big New York fan so I love the Giants, the Yankees and the Knicks," Stephen Rannazzisi tells TVGuide.com. "So there was a lot of angry sexual tension between the two of us."
In Dushku's episode, airing next Thursday at 10:30/9:30c on FX, the Buffy alum plays Kevin's new Krav Maga instructor after his wife encourages him to work out more. As seen in this exclusive first look, his new teacher is very hands-on, much to the disbelief of...
Sarah Silverman will guest-star on The League as the sister of Paul Scheer's Andre, a show rep confirms.
Co-creator Jeff Schaffer tells TVGuide.com that the appearance of Andre's sister will be a very special homecoming for the entire gang. "She's the one who sort of gave all the other guys their first taste of sexuality and...
Bruce Wayne was a one-man army with the world's greatest detective skills and the dream of striking fear in criminals' hearts. How he went from orphaned playboy to Dark Knight was the basis of a classic 1987 comic book by Frank Miller and David Mazzuchelli, and is now retold in the faithfully hard-hitting animated film Batman: Year One, which goes on sale today on DVD, Blu-ray, digital download and on demand.