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FXX Sets Premiere Date for "Archer: Danger Island"

"Archer: Danger Island" is an animated, half-hour comedy that centers on the semi-functioning alcoholic seaplane pilot, Sterling Archer, a lush on the lush South Pacific island of Mitimotu in 1939.   ...Read More...

"Archer" Now Available on FX+ Commercial-Free Service

The most recent season, "Archer: Dreamland," will be added to FX+ in February ahead of the premiere of the ninth season, "Archer: Danger Island."   ...Read More...

"Archer" Headed to "Danger Island" For Its Ninth Season

The ninth season of "Archer" will premiere on FXX in 2018.  ...Read More... //

Comic-Con: 'AHS' Activation to Offer Attendees Season 7 Tease (Exclusive)

FX will also present activations for 'Legion,' 'The Strain' and 'Archer.'  ...Read More... //

Comic-Con: FX Bringing Legion, Archer & The Strain Back To San Diego

With Comic-Con 2017 less than a month away, FX said it is heading to the fanfest with San Diego veterans Legion , Archer and The Strain flying the flag for the network. Having its fourth and final season launch on July 16 , I hear that Guillermo del Toro- and Chuck Hogan-created horror seriesexecutive produced by Carlton Cuse will be making its SDCC swan song Thursday, July 20 in Ballroom 20 of the San Diego Convention Center. This is a shift for The Strain and FX, who has  ...Read More... //

Jessica Walter Presents Malory Archer's Backstory

Find out the truth about Archers father. ...Read More... //

Archer star: I thought I was going to be out of a job

You probably couldnt blame Archer star H. Jon Benjamin for being a little paranoid when his title character wound up shot and floating face-down in a swimming pool at the end of Season 7 last year. When I first read the script, they didnt tell me anything about the next season. So I was like,... ...Read More... //

Amber Nash on Archer Season 8, Channeling Russell Crowe and Out of Place in LA

When Amber Nash started on Archer, she was practically an unknown in the industry. Now she's a beloved voice actress who has set her sites on goals to get out from behind the facade of Archer's "Pam" Poovey. Find out what might be up with Pooveyduring Archer Season 8 , what Amber would do if her voice betrayed her and so much more as you read highlights from our interview below. ...Read More...

The Most Important Shows on TV: Week of April 3, 2017

Which TV series will your friends (and the entire internet) be talking about this week? Stay informed — or at least be able to fake it — with SideReel's weekly guide to The Most Important Shows on TV.   Prison Break (Season Premiere) Tuesday at 9 p.m. on FOX Why: There are many reasons to question this resurrection, chief among them the fact that the show is actually bringing its main character back from the dead. Seven years ago, Wentworth Miller's tortured Michael Scofield sort of... died. Or, at least we thought he did. But this new, nine-episode run begins with Lincoln discovering that his brother may in fact be alive — as IMPOSSIBLE as that may seem — and in need of some help. The premiere sets up the globe-trotting adventure, bringing back the old gang in semi-believable ways before shifting the action to Yemen’s Ogygia prison, where Michael eventually appears. Sort of. As the season goes on, viewers will find out more about this Michael mystery, Lincoln and co. will face new terrors, and the actual break will commence. Sara (Sarah Wayne Callies), Sucre (Amaury Nolasco), C-Note (Rockmond Dunbar), and T-Bag (Robert Knepper) return. Among the new characters is a game-theory professor played by Royal Pains star Mark Feuerstein. Prepare to talk about: How no prominent television character can be considered truly dead anymore; how Wentworth Miller doesn't age.   Archer (Season Premiere) Wednesday at 10 p.m. on FXX Why: Last year, FX Networks renewed Archer for three seasons, and the first of them is a return to form for the acclaimed animated series. The eight-episode run, subtitled Dreamland , continues the team's uproot to Los Angeles, where Sterling Archer was last seen floating face down in a pool, presumed dead. But the Season 8 action takes place in Archer's mind while he's in a coma. It's 1947, and the playboy-spy-turned-private-eye is on a quest to find his partner's killer. But he's quickly pulled into a battle between the city's most powerful crime families. Among them is Jessica Walter's nightclub owner, "Mother." In this world, Aisha Tyler's Lana is a lounge singer and Judy Greer's ever-changing Tunt becomes a clueless heiress named Charlotte Vandertunt. It's full crime-noir and it's hitting on all eight. Prepare to talk about: How FXX is no longer a death sentence; the ways the late George Coe, who voiced Woodhouse, is remembered in Season 8.   Crashing (Season Finale) Sunday at 10:30 p.m. on HBO Why: With Judd Apatow on his side as executive producer, comedian (and "weird" podcaster) Pete Holmes has quietly delivered one of the TV season's best new comedies. It's a semi-autobiographical look at Holmes' life-shifting divorce. But it's also a comedy about comedy. As the character of Pete tries to move on by pushing harder toward a career as a stand-up (which his ex had been subsidizing), he is forced to crash on the couches of new friends from the comedy world. That clever device has led to guest appearances by T.J. Miller and Sarah Silverman, among others, and a surprisingly strong recurring role for Artie Lang. As Season 1 concludes (the show has been renewed), Pete has found some good luck, landing a reliable job warming up the crowd of The Rachael Ray Show . But he faces doubts about how much he's willing to sacrifice for the career he's always wanted. Prepare to talk about: Whether an Apatow daughter will appear on the show; how good Lauren Lapkus is in a tricky role, Holmes' aw-shucks vibe.   T.J. DeGroat is the editor of SideReel. He doesn't get Artie Lang. Follow him on Twitter . p { text-align: justify; }

"Archer, P.I." Augmented Reality App Lets Fans Solve Cases Like Detective Sterling Archer

The multiplatform augmented reality app encourages fans to interact with "Archer: Dreamland" on screen and with real world objects to win prizes and solve cases. ...Read More... //