'Archer' Recap: 'The Holdout' - New Job, Same As The Old Job

January 9th, 2015 8:35am EST
'Archer' Recap And Review: 'The Holdout' - New Job, Same As The
Last season's drug-dealing escapades left Sterling Archer with a lot to process. Not only did the world's greatest spy (in his own head) have the usual job difficulties, many of them self-inflicted, but his ex-girlfriend Lana Kane dropped a major bombshell on him.

So when we begin season six of Archer, six weeks later, Archer has done exactly what you'd expect him to do when faced with responsibility.

He's run away.

"The Holdout" opens with Archer in a familiar position - hungover in a foreign country and being screamed at by Malory, who chastizes him for being an overgrown child "on one...

Interview: 'Archer' Season 6: Lucky Yates Dishes On Krieger (Or Is He?!)

January 8th, 2015 12:10pm EST
'Archer' Season 6: Lucky Yates Dishes On Krieger (Or Is He?!)
FX's Archer is the funniest show on television, because the people who make it are the funniest people in television. Case in point: Dr. Algernop Krieger, the crazed but oh so well intentioned clone of Adolf Hitler, is voiced by Lucky Yates, the crazed and relentlessly hilarious actor who is not a clone (that we know of). He can find the humor in anything, whether it's his character's latest scheme or just writing his own biography.

So we had a very hard time keeping a straight face when we caught up with Lucky to ask him about tonight's new season of Archer, how it felt to start over afte...

'American Horror Story: Freak Show' 5 Most Absurd Moments From 'Magical Thinking'

January 8th, 2015 9:56am EST
NPH is the worst
This week on American Horror Story: yet another storyline and villainous character is introduced in a desperate attempt to get one more special guest star packed into an already crowded cast. The episode also featured another death, but unfortunately not enough to dwindle down this incredibly packed cast before the season’s end. How will every storyline be wrapped up if the show keeps introducing new ones?

Oh wait. It’s American Horror Story. Don’t think so hard about it. Just enjoy the ridiculousness. Here are the 5 most absurd moments from “Magical Thinking:”

Neil Patrick Harris as Ches...

John Travolta Returns To TV After 40 Years

January 8th, 2015 9:41am EST
John Travolta Returns To TV After 40 Years In 'American Crime St
Way, way (way) back in the day, John Travolta was known as a TV actor, and not a film one. Travolta was Vinnie Barbarino on the hit series "Welcome Back, Kotter."

Then, nothing for 40 years (barring a couple of minor cameos).

But now, Travolta's returning to the small screen. The former Barbarino will be starring in FX's upcoming true crime series, "American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson."

Travolta will play Robert Shapiro, Simpson's attorney, in the series, itself a spin-off of FX's "American Horror Story." Like "Horror," "Crime" will be an anthology series- that is, each sea...

A Look Back At 'Archer Vice': Cocaine, Country And Kenny Loggins

January 6th, 2015 2:07pm EST
A Look Back At 'Archer Vice': Cocaine, Country And Kenny Loggins
Archer Vice is dead; long live Archer. That's the mantra, as FX's supremely hilarious animated series returns for its sixth season on Thursday. But its fifth-season detour was still a thing of inappropriate brilliance, and now that it's available on home video, it's the perfect time to look back on the crazy idea that was Archer Vice.

By now, you know the story: in trouble with the government (again), Sterling Archer and his spy-agency cohorts wind up trying to make a living selling a large quantity of cocaine that just happens to have fallen into their possession. This goes as well for th...

The Goriest Deaths You Won't Believe They Got Away With On Network TV

January 4th, 2015 4:00pm EST
The Goriest Deaths You Won't Believe They Got Away With On Netwo
TV used to have rules. On pay cable- your HBOs, your Cinemaxes- anything and everything is fair play.

Want to turn a TV show into softcore porn? Watch a man's skull pop in the grip of a man-mountain? Replace an entire scene's worth of dialogue with nothing but F-bombs?

Go for it. It's pay cable- no one can stop you.

But the other TV stations- the kinder, gentler ones that don't cost a bundle on top of your normal cable bill each month- those are supposed to tone down the violence.

Not anymore. Now, the same network that once brought you "Friends" brings an assembly line of severed faces...

Why Is Charlie Sheen Looking For A New Job?

December 23rd, 2014 11:33am EST
Charlie Sheen's Anger Management Cancelled
Charlie Sheen's FX Series "Anger Management" has been cancelled by the network.

After he was fired from 'Two and a Half Men," Sheen developed and starred in the series, which came to a close on Monday night.

The show ran for 100 episodes over two seasons.

FX announced the end date for "Anger Management" in a November press release.

The show premiered to record ratings in 2012 and close to 6 million viewers tuned in.

Since that time, ratings have since slipped with recent episodes getting fewer than 500,000 viewers.

The cast was a revolving door of who's who over the subsequent 100 epi...

American Horror Story Freak Show: 5 Weirdest Moments From 'Orphans'

December 18th, 2014 9:50am EST
American Horror Story Freak Show Recap: 5 Weirdest Moments From
Well, that was a weird waste of an hour. No Dandy. Barely even inching forward in the plot. An episode completely devoted to a character that’s spent two seasons in the background, barely relevant. Yet, “Orphans” managed to be one of the strangest and strangely emotional episodes of this season. Here are the 5 weirdest moments from a very bizarre episode:

Elsa and Pepper’s Previously Unmentioned Relationship

In an attempt to humanize a character that calls her closest companions her “monsters,” “Orphans” creates a backstory for Pepper and Elsa that paints them as closer than ever formerly...

Best TV Shows Of 2014

December 17th, 2014 2:03pm EST
Best TV Shows Of 2014
Last week, we brought you the Best TV Moments Of 2014. But what about the best TV shows - the ones that didn't have just one or two good moments, but that impressed us all year long? What was going to make up for the end of Breaking Bad or the absence of Strike Back?

Here now then, is our list of the Best TV Shows Of 2014. In alphabetical order, we present to you the eight small-screen series that were at the top of their class, that were appointment television in our book and the reasons that lists like these are made.

SPOILER ALERT - If you're not caught up on the current season of tele...

Donald Glover Stars In New FX Series

December 14th, 2014 9:10am EST
Donald Glover Stars In New FX Series 'Atlanta'
Donald Glover has signed on to star in the a new series for FX called "Atlanta."

Glover is best known for his role as Troy Barnes in "Community."

The series will center on Glover as a rising rap star in Atlanta, Georgia and his cousin, as they try to become successful in the music industry.

The actor will also act as an executive producer on the series alongside Paul Simms and Dianne McGunigle. He will also write the first episode.

Glover's character will be named Earnest Marks, according to Deadline, a college dropout who decides to pursue a career in rap music.

"Donald Glover is a un...