Sterling Archer, for the first time, is growing a moustache to promote men's health awareness during the annual Movember campaign to support the Movember Foundation. Read More... http://www.thefutoncritic.com/news/2014/11/10/sterling-archer-joins-movember-movement-with-dashing-stache-598502/20141110fx01/
Have the weekend free? Going out is overrated! Binge-watch one of these shows instead: If you want to laugh: Archer See all reviews for Archer You already love H. Jon Benjamin—you just might not realize it. Despite having starred in Dr. Katz , Home Movies , and Bob's Burgers (and those are just his VOICE actor roles), his work as the self-absorbed and occasionally incompetent international spy Sterling Archer (code name: Duchess) may be his pièce de résistance . The barbs are both sophisticated and infantile-in-a-good-way, the animation is sublime, and the hangovers are plentiful. It's like your life... if you were an animated spy. If that's not enough, Jessica Walter (aka Lucille Bluth) voices Sterling's vodka-soaked mother/boss, and Aisha Tyler is his fellow agent/ex-girlfriend, Lana. Boom. Sold. If you want to cry: Call the Midwife See all reviews for Call the Midwife To be clear, you'll smile as much as you'll cry, but you WILL cry. Concept: Nurse Jenny Lee and friends (and nuns) deliver babies and take care of moms in post-war Poplar, London. When the babies are healthy, everyone cries, when they aren't, everyone sobs. All that being said, it's a terrifically uplifting and (yes) joyous show that somehow never feels manipulative. Call the Midwife 's Poplar feels real and lived in the same way Dillon, Texas does on Friday Night Lights . You won't want to leave except to go get more tissues for your cry-face. If you want to scream: Penny Dreadful See all reviews for Penny Dreadful OK, there's only been one season so far, so think of it this way: you're getting in on the ground floor of one of the creepiest dramas of the year. It's got blood and guts, sure, but far more disturbing is the High Victorian Gothic aesthetic with all of its repressed sexuality and hidden truths. For those who like visceral thrills, there's plenty of (extremely graphic and violent) death, but Dreadful has connections to many of the most influential literary monsters of all time. Also, (sigh) fine, if it'll help you make your decision, it has Eva Green's boobs and Josh Hartnett's butt. If you want to think: The Americans See all reviews for The Americans U-S-A! U-S...eh? What if you were a deep cover Soviet spy in Reagan-era America? You have American kids (who love America!), a collection of ugly (American! wigs, and have managed to shed the last vestiges of your Russkii accent. You're married to another spy who MAY OR MAY NOT have fallen in love with you (ugh, that's so American). Plus, you also look like Keri Russell (a definitive all-American girl). OK, so it's a sexy spy drama, sure, but it's more than that: The Americans forces you to root for the Russians, even knowing the collapse of the Soviet Union is less than a decade away. You will desperately hope Philip and Elizabeth don't get caught (especially Elizabeth, but especially Philip), even though, in your patriotic heart, you know that, as an American, they should. Leah E. Friedman is the editor of SideReel.com. You can follow her musings on Twitter .
It looks like their days as cocaine kingpins are behind them . Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/ftPfHwNTjsA/story01.htm
When Season 6 premieres in January, things are going to look a bit different. Read More... http://www.tv.com/shows/archer/community/post/archers-spy-agency-is-dropping-the-name-isis-in-light-of-recent-real-world-events-141306760699/
Just a short while before their Comic-Con panel , we took part in roundtable interviews with the cast and crew of FX’s animated spy spoof Archer . Show creator and executive producer Adam Reed is coming right off a risky and ultimately brilliant fifth season in which the show’s intelligence agency turns bad, leading to a temporary renaming of the show as Archer Vice. We discussed obscure references to the creator of watermelon, both upcoming and dream guest stars, as well as a reveal for the primary villain in Archer Season 6. Hit the jump for the full interview. Read More... http://collider.com/archer-season-6-adam-reed-comic-con/
FX is returning to Comic-Con in a big way: ARCHER, SONS OF ANARCHY, THE STRAIN, and AMERICAN HORROR STORY will all have panels! Check out what FX has to say about what theyre bringing, who will be there, and when theyll be showcasing their series FX Networks original series Archer, Sons of Anarchy, American Horror  http://www.givememyremote.com/remote/2014/07/07/comic-con-2014-fx-sets-panels-for-american-horror-story-the-strain-sons-of-anarchy-and-more/
Will Archer be a Good Dad? Is ISIS in Trouble? Stars Talk Season 6 of FX Comedy Celebified was at the 2014 Austin Television Festival and sat down with Archer's Executive Producer, Matt Thompson and stars H. Jon Benjamin, Chris Parnell, and Lucky Yates. The guys share season 5's highlights, ponder Archer's parental success, and find out they may be on a hidden camera show. Or something like that.
Archer season 5 episode 13 “Archer Vice: Arrival/Departure” premieres Monday, April 21 at 10/9c on FX. Season Finale. Episode Synopsis: Archer Season 5 Episode 13 “Archer Vice: Arrival/Departure” – Archer helps Lana with the delivery of her baby while Krieger tries to prevent the delivery of a deadly weapon. Read More... http://www.tvequals.com/2014/04/21/archer-season-5-finale-2014-archer-vice-arrivaldeparture/
Archer season 5 episode 12 “Archer Vice: Filibuster” premieres Monday, April 14 at 10/9c on FX. Episode Synopsis: Archer Season 5 Episode 12 “Archer Vice: Filibuster” – Cyril becomes the new president of San Marcos, Cherlene becomes the first lady of country music, and Archer becomes a resistance fighter. Read More... http://www.tvequals.com/2014/04/14/archer-season-5-episode-12-archer-vice-filibuster/
Archer season 5 episode 11 “Archer Vice: Palace Intrigue: Part II” premieres Monday, April 7 at 10/9c on FX. Episode Synopsis: Archer Season 5 Episode 11 “Archer Vice: Palace Intrigue: Part II” – Archer Archer tries to keep his fling with the dictator’s wife a secret while Krieger bonds with his clone- brothers. Written by Adam Reed Read More... http://www.tvequals.com/2014/04/07/archer-season-5-episode-10-archer-vice-palace-intrigue-part-ii/