Itís game on for FXís comedy series The League, which returns tomorrow night for its third season. Whatís in store for Pete, Kevin, Ruxin, Andre, Taco and Jenny? A guest appearance by Seth Rogen, for one thing, not to mention some nasty (and funny) shenanigans as the new season kicks off.
Paul Scheer is all over the place lately, and thatís a good thing for movies, TV and comedy in general. Amidst a flurry of projects, he stopped in at Comic-Con to participate in the Adult Swim panel, which showcased his upcoming comedy series NTSF:SD:SUV::. Thatís National Terrorist Strike Force: San Diego: Sport Utility Vehicle, in case you were wondering. Scheer sat down with me to talk about the show, as well as his other numerous projects.
To protest the swift injustice to The Leagueís writing team, FX has put together some promo videos explaining why the NFL needs to get its shit together come fall. Most of these promo commercials are rational, but some of them are animalistic complaints from members of The League.
Iím really not much of a sports person in general but this doesn't prevent me from enjoying FXís comedy The League. The series is funny and fortunately, while football knowledge and/or appreciation is probably a plus, it certainly isnít required.
We have some teasers for the new season that should give you a taste of whatís to come from the football-loving group of friends. For those of you, like me, who donít care so much about sports and just want a good laugh, the series has more to offer than sports jokes.
Weíre at the midway point of August and while that might mean the countdown to cooler weather and the return to school or work has already begun for some, it also means weíre just a few weeks away from the start of the new TV season. Up ahead is the primetime schedule for the Fall 2010 season.
While FXís new comedy series is set to close out itís first season tomorrow night, following the fifth season finale Itís Always Sunny in Philadelphia, the network announced today that theyíre picking up the show for a second season.
Not being a fan of football or of the sport in fantasy form, my interest in the series wasnít really piqued but after viewing the first two episodes of the series, Iím here to tell you that it doesnít matter if you care about fantasy football. The show is hilarious.
Later this month FX is set to premiere their new comedy series The League. Based on these promos we have to show you, this is definitely a guy-show. Is that sexist? Ok, to be fair there are probably plenty of women out there who enjoy fantasy-football but it still looks like the humor is definitely going to be more bro-centric.
While FX is probably most well known for their fantastic original drama series (Damanges, Nip/Tuck, Rescue Me), it looks as though the network is readying itself to be known for comedies as well. T