It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia was recently renewed for season 15 at FX (or FXX), but the cable comedy series is actually sticking around for a lot longer than that. The series created by star Rob McElhenney has officially been renewed for four more seasons, which will be enough to not only break the record as the longest-running live-action comedy series in American television history, but completely shatter it. Read More »
For the past three seasons of the FXX animated comedy series Archer, the dashing dolt and lead character Sterling Archer has been in a coma. That allowed the show to change up its style, shifting from a slick spy comedy to completely imagined adventures taking place in Archer’s subconscious, inspired by film noir, pulpy Pacific island stories, and science fiction movies.
But as explained in the Archer Comic-Con panel 2020, the show is returning to its spy roots after Sterling Archer woke up in the season 10 finale. Plus, a couple of cool guest stars for the new season were revealed. Get the highlights from the panel below, or watch the whole thing if you’re interested. Read More »
Later this month, the FX comedy series It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia begins a historic 14th season. It’s the second of a two-season order made in 2016 that will make the series the longest-running live-action comedy series in TV history, tied with The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet. But just because It’s Always Sunny is making TV history doesn’t mean the gang has become anymore sophisticated.
As the recently released It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia season 14 trailer shows, this fall will have plenty of nonsensical mayhem from Glenn Howerton, Charlie Day, Rob McElhenney, Kaitlin Olson, and Danny DeVito, including a laser tag face-off, a mysterious melon, a film noir plot device, and much more insanity. Watch below! Read More »
In 2016, FXX renewed the comedy It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia for a 13th and 14th season, which will tie it with The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet as the longest-running live-action comedy series in American television history. So we knew the show was coming back, but last year’s season 12 finale left things in a dramatically different place for Dennis (Glenn Howerton), Mac (Rob McElhenney), Dee (Kaitlin Olson), Charlie (Charlie Day), and Frank (Danny DeVito). Keep reading to learn the newly-announced It’s Always Sunny premiere date, as well as what to expect in this new era of the show. Read More »
Last May, FX’s sister network FXX gave a straight-to-series order for a Deadpool animated series that had actor, writer, director, producer, comedian and Grammy-winning R&B recording artist Donald Glover attached as showrunner, executive producer and writer. However, after working on the project for nearly a year, both Donald Glover and FX have left the project due to creative differences. Read More »
In this edition of TV Bits:
- Divorce season 2 has a trailer.
- Difficult People has been cancelled.
- The X-Files season 11 has a premiere date, and so does 9-1-1.
- Garret Dillahunt and Jenna Elfman join Fear the Walking Dead.
- You’re the Worst renewed for a final season.
- StartUp renewed by Crackle.
- Shoot the Messenger has a premiere date and trailer.
- Say goodbye to Chiller Network.
- An artist laid-of from Louis C.K.‘s animated series The Cops penned an open letter.
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Tonight brings the latest installment of “Treehouse of Horror,” the ongoing Halloween-themed episodes of The Simpsons that air around the spooky holiday every single season. FOX has released a new preview of their Sunday night programming block, including our first glimpse at “Treehouse of Horror XXVIII.”
As we heard previously, the episode will have a Coraline-inspired segment, which will include a role for author Neil Gaiman, and the preview shows off part of the stop-motion animated segment debuting tonight. Plus, Maggie gets possessed by an ancient demon and Homer cannibalizes himself. Check out the preview below for a sneak peek and also get the schedule for FXX’s extensive “Treehouse of Horror” marathon happening this month. Read More »
In this edition of TV Bits:
- The next season of Archer gets a new title
- Westworld season 2 casts two more actors
- Julia Roberts will star in a TV show based on a podcast
- A first look at season 3 of the USA series Mr. Robot
- The premiere date of Comedy Central’s Nathan For You
- And more!
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FX already has a hit show based on a Marvel Comics title with Legion, but their sister network FXX is about to get a healthy dose of comic book fun as well.
FXX has just given a straight-to-series order to a Deadpool animated series that will be produced by Marvel Television in association with FX Productions and ABC Signature Studios. But it’s the talent who will be working behind the scenes as showrunners, executive producers and writers that has us truly excited. Read More »
We have good news, and we have bad news.
The bad news is that FXX has officially canceled the comedy series Man Seeking Woman after three seasons after the ratings just weren’t strong enough to support another season of the series.
The good news is that you can take solace in knowing that the second season of Aziz Ansari‘s Netflix series Master of None is just over a month away, and a new trailer gives us some more insight into what’s in store for Dev after the first season finale took everyone by surprise in the fall of 2015.
Find out more about the Man Seeking Woman cancellation and watch the Master of None season 2 trailer below. Read More »