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12 Big TV Shows That Aren't Coming Back This Fall
There were a lot of shows with avid fanbases that still got the axe or---best case scenario---ended a lengthy run. If you are wondering whether or not your favorite show will return this fall, this is the list for you.
The League's Creators Are Already Teasing Another Season Down The Line
The League is set to premiere its seventh and final season tonight, and while FXX has already said this last set of episodes will be the show’s last, the showrunners aren’t quite so certain. Jeff and Jackie Schaffer recently spoke out about the possibility for more The League down the line.
The League Season 7 Review: A Bigger Cast Leads To Better Results
Coming into its final season, FXX’s The League needed to give its fans one last reason to stay tuned, and boy did it succeed.
10 Great TV Shows That Are Ending In 2015
With each new year comes new beginnings, whether in the form of resolutions to become happier with oneself, or in the form of frustration over trying to get taxes done. But, sadly, 2015 in particular will mark the endings for a slew of popular TV series all over the network-sphere.
The League Is Ending, Get The Details Here
Today, FXX simultaneously gave us some good news and bad news when the network made an announcement about The League. On the bright side, The League will be returning for a seventh season next year. However, unfortunately Season 7 will also be the final season for the show.
5 Things The League Taught Us About Fantasy Football
With the six season premiere headed onto the FXX schedule tonight, we sat down and thought about all of the fantasy football lessons The League has taught us.We feel we’ve come up with a pretty good list, but if there’s anything additional you’ve learned from The League, feel free to let us know.
The League Preview: Season 5, Episode 4 - Rafi And Dirty Randy
Who would have thought that moving nights and networks would have a negative effect on the ratings? It stands to reason that the two-way trade, moving The League from FX to FXX and from Thursdays to Wednesdays, is mostly responsible for the fantasy football comedy's drop in numbers, especially since it started the fifth season off strong. And a visit from "Rafi and Dirty Randy" should help.
The League Review: Season 5 Offers Hilarity And A Destination Wedding
The League is moving to a new network this month, but the guys and gal in the series are up to the same sort of hijinks, which include plenty of off-color jokes, a destination draft, and guest appearances from some of football’s best and brightest. At it’s heart, The League is still about coming together to mercilessly tease and trample upon anyone who might stand in the way of the ultimate goal of winning the Shiva trophy and being declared league winner. If that’s not the perfect excuse for a comedy, I’m not sure what is.
The League Season 5 Spot Teases NFL Stars And Seth Rogen
Since the show not only resumes in about a week but is also moving nights and networks, it’s probably past time to talk about the upcoming fifth season of The League. The fantasy football comedy that was formerly a staple of FX’s Thursday line-up will instead be airing Wednesday nights on FXX, co-anchoring the new network with It’s Always Sunny. And most of the pre-season promos have been focusing on the move, using the series’ never-ending list of NFL guest stars spread the word.
The League's Mark Duplass To Star In HBO Comedy Togetherness
While The League is currently between seasons, Mark Duplass and his brother Jay have been keeping busy playing midwives Brendan and Duncan Deslarier on Fox's The Mindy Project, and also working on a single-camera comedy pilot called Togetherness for HBO. The duo is writing, directing and executive-producing the comedy, but neither was planning to star in it. Now it looks like that situation has changed for Mark, as he's reportedly set to play one of the leads.
FX Ships Off It's Always Sunny And The League To Anchor New Network FXX
Smartly, FXX is also bringing in some big names from the past to shore up their roster-- reruns of Arrested Development and Aaron Sorkin's short-lived Sports Night will also be airing on the new network, which is launching into 74 million homes on September 2. They're also planning to add six original comedies as well as original dramas to the lineup-- an ambitious roster for any new channel, but probably just a logical next step for a network that's had as many slam-dunks in recent years as FX.
Ringtones, Arguments And Lingo: 5 Signs Of Obsessive Fandom
Television, like life, is sometimes just about showing up. However, when obsession is involved, a love for a television show can take on a new meaning. Many of us may re-watch our favorite episodes or even buy our favorite seasons on Blu-ray or DVD, but if we are serious fans who truly obsess, there are a multitude of ways we may show that “fancession.” So, what does it take to be a true obsessive of a TV series?
Top 10 TV Comedies of 2012
Of all the shows that made us laugh this year, some stood out from the crowd. What makes a great comedy may be a matter of personal taste, but in our opinion these series all came out on top this year. From freshman comedies to long-running favorites, these shows kept us in stitches and gave us an escape to look forward to with every new episode. Presented in no particular order, here are TVBlend’s top 10 comedies of 2012.
Brooklyn Decker Will Appear On FX's The League
Brooklyn Decker is adding another TV guest role to her resume. The actress, who already has a guest spot on Fox’s New Girl lined up this season, has just picked up a gig on FX’s fantasy football comedy The League, where her character is a beautiful but unpleasant figure from the past.
The League's Freeze Out Features Timothy Olyphant And Jason Mantzoukas
The League is two solid episodes into Season 4, with "Training Camp" and "The Hoodie" both bringing the goods, but this week's installment looks like it could put the others to shame. Episode 3, "The Freeze Out," doesn't just have the return of everyone's favorite psychopath but also one of the first non-football related big guest stars with Justified's Timothy Olyphant appearing on the FX comedy as an unlikely sushi chef. Take a look.
First Look At Timothy Olyphant On The League, Plus New Season 4 Footage
FX has built a fantastic stable of comedic and dramatic series, from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia to Sons of Anarchy, that it only makes sense for the network to use the talented actors already on the payroll when it comes to booking guest stars. And no, Charlie Day isn't headed to Charming, although that would be amazing, instead two other original program from the cable channel are mixing it up with Justified's resident cowboy making an appearance on The League.
The League Promotes Season 4 With RG3, Golden Tate And More NFL Stars
It's almost too bad that FX's The League is starting so soon. Wait! Here me out! It's just that the extra time would allow the fantasy football-based comedy to work the current NFL season into the show's fourth because the former has certainly provided more than enough fodder for the sitcom. The replacement referees, and their embarrassment of riches, may not make an appearance this year on The League...
The League Season 4 Promos Feature Terrell Suggs And Tebowing
Football fan or not, The League is one of the best comedies on TV. Of course, knowing a little about the sport helps, and playing in fantasy league yourself puts you firmly inside the inside jokes, but neither is essential to enjoying the small group of friends backstabbing and sabotaging each other in hopes of being Shiva Bowl Champion. FX recently released a few promos featuring Terrell Suggs as well as the group 'Tebowing' to start advertising the upcoming fourth season.
It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia Season 8 And The League Season 4 Premiere Dates Set
We already knew the return dates for a couple of FX's original series this fall, but the network has filled in the blanks, laying out the schedule for when their returning comedies and dramas (and The Ultimate Fighter Fridays) will make their fall debut. And it all starts with the roar of a motorcycle as Sons of Anarchy has its fifth season premiere set for next week.
Top 10 Male TV Characters Of 2011: Strong, Cunning, Amusing And Sometimes Kind Of Scary
Yesterday, we gave you our list of Top 10 Female Characters of 2011. Today, it’s all about the men and looking back over the course of the year, it’s not difficult to appreciate the excellent male characters that had us coming back for more, week after week. Our list includes a meth cook, a crafty Lannister, a software genius, and a dad/former-POW/potential terrorist.

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