From the sound of it, IFC is looking to strike while the iron is hot. With some great buzz surrounding the returns of their original comedy series The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret and Portlandia, the network is set to build on their line-up of original comedies with two more series.
A-O river! Last night’s premiere episode of IFC’s Portlandia delivered the goods and a little something extra for fans of and newcomers to the comedy series. For a funny bit of bonus content, the Portlandia figured out a way for you to pickle that... sort of. And we have a few other tidbits from last night’s episode that we thought we’d share.
Fred Armisen visited Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night to talk about the return of is excellent IFC comedy series Portlandia for its second season. Music, laughs, and talk of Saturday Night Live also ensued. Check out the videos ahead.
Portlandia’s return is one of many reasons to be grateful that 2012 has officially started. If you’re a fan of the IFC comedy series and Battlestar Galactica, there’s even more reason to look forward to the series’ return, as Season 2 is set to include “One Moore Episode,” which celebrates the love (or obsession) with Battlestar Galactica.
One of the reasons to look forward to the second season of IFC’s Portlandia, for those of us who like good comedy and good sci-fi, is the Battlestar Galactica-themed episode, which is set to air. We just received word that those of us who are anxiously awaiting Portlandia's “One Moore Episode” won’t have to wait long! While the episode is scheduled to air on IFC on January 13th, it’s premiering online this weekend.
2011 was a good year for television, which made selecting the top ten shows of the year a tricky task. Not all of our favorites will win awards for their greatness, but whether it was because they made us laugh, made us think, kept us on the edge of our seats or simply entertained us, these are the shows we loved the most in 2011.
Christmas may still be a few days away, but IFC has given us an early gift, which will likely appeal most to those of us who love Portlandia and Battlestar Galactica. This new clip from Portlandia’s upcoming second season will especially hit home for those of us who jumped into Battlestar Galactica (Jump!) partway through the series or after it finished airing.
In less than a month, IFC will bring Portlandia back for its second season. We have a clip from the episode, which features Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein playing overly proud dog owners who want to show everyone up at the dog park.
Portlandia: The Tour will kick off in Portland On December 27 with a show at the Hollywood Theatre. Several dates in large cities will follow. Overall, six cities will be visited across the U.S. If you are excited about the tour, tickets go on sale tomorrow. You can check out the full list of performances, below.
IFC delivered some good news for fans of their returning comedy series Portlandia. Not only is the series’ second season set to premiere a little bit earlier than originally planned, but it’s also set to include a bevy of known musicians, who join the list of guest stars in the series’ second season.
If you’ve been enjoying AMC's Mad Men and Breaking Bad on Netflix, there’s good news. There’s more where that came from! The network that brought you these shows, plus some other TV series, including that zombie show you may have heard of, has signed a multi-year deal with the streaming video service.
If, like me, you’ve been completely lost without IFC’s Portlandia to show you how to be the trendy hipster you’ve always aspired to be, there’s good news. IFC announced the premiere date for Season 2 of the comedy series, along with a list of guest-stars who are expected to appear.
There’s good news if you’re a fan of Portlandia. IFC announced today that they’re giving the comedy series a second season. Season 2 will consist of ten episodes and is set to debut in January 2012