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FX has ordered a new animated comedy series from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia writer/producers David Hornsby, Scott Marder and Rob Rosell, the cable network announced Thursday.
The series, titled Unsupervised, centers on two best friends trying to survive their teenage years and do the right thing without any parental supervision. The series will premiere in January and be paired with FX's other animated comedy, Archer.
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FX has announced fall premiere dates for five series, including the network's biggest hit, Sons of Anarchy, which will come vrooming back with a 90-minute episode.
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The supersized Sons, which will jump the story ahead 14 months, bows Tuesday, Sept. 6 at 10/9c. The 13-episode fourth season follows Jax (Charlie Hunnam), Clay (Ron Perlman) and the rest of the club as they return home from jail to find that SAMCRO doesn't necessarily run the show in Charming in anymore...
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Modern Family leads the first ever Critics' Choice Television Award nominations with six, including best comedy series.
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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.
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Question: I was saddened to learn of the cancellation of Lights Out. It has been a great show with great performances. If I had any complaint about this outstanding series, it would be that there could have been more boxing, especially early on in the series. Do you think that was a contributing factor, or is it just another case of a good show not finding its audience in a competitive time slot? This has also made me concerned about my favorite prime-time sitcom, Archer. The writing and voice acting are insanely brilliant. (For me, I rate it a hair above Community.) Do you think it will come back for a third season? Will we need to let slip the ...
Don't tell the Warblers, but their main man has been doing a different kind of singing.
Last night, the teenage dream that is Glee's Darren Criss lent his voice — sadly just his speaking one — for a guest spot on FX's twistedly hilarious spy-toon Archer. In the blink-and-you'll-miss-it bit, Criss got to bust out a brogue and play dumber than Puck as Mikey, a junior-league lackey for the Irish mob who spills the beans to rampaging ISIS agent Sterling Archer — understandably miffed at the kid's bosses for swapping out his breast-cancer meds with a mix of "candy and Zima."
For those of us stuck in the colder climes during this miserable winter, what could be better than keeping the home fires burning with laughter? Not so easy when ABC, which boasts the best all-around night of comedy with its Wednesday lineup, is currently in a repeat cycle. (No new episodes of anything besides the effervescent Cougar Town until Feb. 9 — and that's the night when Cougar is temporarily benched for the not-so-bright Mr. Sunshine.)
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It's been seven weeks since the last original episode way back on Dec. 9, but tonight the vampire-werewolf saga picks right up where it left off. Rose, who was bitten by a werewolf, begins exhibiting strange and increasingly violent behavior. Damon confronts werewolf Jules in a desperate attempt to find a cure for Rose, but Jules' advice is to stake her. Not what Damon wants to hear. But can he bring himself to kill Rose, now that he has developed feelings for her? And speaking of feelings, Tyler and Caroline reveal their true thoughts for each other, as their relationship heats up. — Tim Holland
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