The third season of Eastbound and Down was meant to be its last, and in its finale Kenny Powers finally achieved his long-in-the-making comeback, only to realize he was ready to give up baseball for his family (“I’m in a Cameron Crowe movie!”). But more
'Eastbound & Down' was a small, under-the-radar comedy experiment when it premiered, and now that the final season has come to a close, we look back at what the deranged saga of Kenny Powers adds up to, and how well they pulled off their conclusion. Read more
Ny Mag Vulture
Nov 26, 2013 11:30AM ESTReview
So, This Is It. For realsies this time. Forever. And for an episode that would otherwise be a conventional, solid end to the most sentimental season of this whole raunchy-as-fuck, odd series, the last five minutes are really what made it shine. Specifical more
(Spoiler warning: Don’t read this if you still plan on watching the stunning finale of “Eastbound & Down”)
“Eastbound & Down” ended about as well as a comedy can, taking the “Six Feet Under” approach to ludicrous extremes and wrapping up Kenny Powers more
Eastbound & Down (probably) concluded its four-year run with a familiar-but-satisfying reconciliation and a bonkers coda. Read More...
Well, after four seasons, it seems "Eastbound & Down" has actually come to an end, though the fans have been here before. While the show was expected to end after Kenny faked his death at the end of Season 3, it was revived at the last minute for one more more
The end of "Eastbound & Down" has come and it's going to be an emotional affair. At least, it will for Stevie (Steve Little). After all, anything pertaining to Kenny Powers (Danny McBride) is enough to reduce him to a puddle of tears.When the last episode more
Eastbound & Down Season 4 Episode 8 “Chapter 29″ airs Sunday, November 17 (10:00-10:30 p.m. ET/PT).
Episode Synopsis: Season 4 Episode 8 “Chapter 29″ – At his boss’ insistence, Kenny returns a favor. Stevie offers revisions to Kenny’s life story. Ap more