The Last Man on Earth ended on a cliffhanger, but that wasn’t how it was supposed to go out.
The post-apocalyptic Fox comedy series was cancelled earlier this summer during the same week that its fourth season hit TV screens, and in a new interview, creator/star Will Forte explains how The Last Man on Earth ending would have played out if he was able to keep the show alive for a little longer.
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After a weak performance at the box office, a MacGruber sequel appeared out of the question. Once the film hit home video, though, the movie gained a following. It’s been five years since the first film, based on the SNL parody of MacGyver, came out, and a follow-up seems more possible than ever. If and when the sequel is made, at least we can expect a crazy MacGruber 2 opening sequence. Learn more after the jump.
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Posted on Tuesday, September 15th, 2015 by Angie Han
It’s not like we were short on stuff to watch this summer (hello, UnREAL, nice to see you, Mr. Robot), but when it comes to TV there’s no time like the fall. Along with the annual onslaught of new shows competing for our attention, we’re ready to welcome a bunch of old favorites back to our DVRs. After the jump, some of the fall 2015 returning shows we’re most excited for. Read More »
The cast and creators of The Last Man on Earth mingled with the press at the Television Critics Association summer press tour yesterday. Fox execs announced Jason Sudeikis is going to be added to the cast, but the mere attendance of January Jones at this even suggests that the show has not abandoned its Tucson-based characters, even though (spoiler) Phil Miller (Will Forte) and Carol Pilbasian (Kristen Schaal) left Tucson in the season finale.
Executive producer Chris Miller was careful not to spoil too much of the upcoming season, but hinted at how the split works out. “I will say that Phil and Carol are in one place at the very beginning,” Chris Miller said. “January is in another place. I will also say that the majority of this season does not take place in Tucson.” Read More »
By far the strangest show set to air later this year on Fox is The Last Man on Earth, starring Will Forte, with a pilot directed by the guys who made The Lego Movie. As far as we know, the show only stars Will Forte. He plays Phil Miller, who is literally the last man on Earth. How and why did he end up being the only person left? Is there any chance he might encounter someone else? Does Forte, who created the show, really like the comics series Y: The Last Man, or just old Vincent Price movies? Some of these questions might eventually be answered. Check out The Last Man on Earth trailer below. Read More »