#Bingeworthy: ‘Party Down’ on STARZ

In the age of social media and The Voice and our venerable reality-show president, it seems there are more people out there trying to make it in the entertainment world than ever before. And why wouldn’t they? The barriers to expressing creativity keep getting lower and lower, allowing us to make movies with our phones…

#EverySimpsonsEver: The best episodes from seasons 1-27

In celebration of Every Simpsons Ever, now available on FXX on demand with Sling Blue, we’ve chosen our favorite Simpsons episode from each of the past 27 (!!!) seasons. Taking an exhaustive look back at the series thus far, it is easy to see why it remains one of the longest-running, beloved and quotable pieces…

EXCLUSIVE: ‘Archer’s Amber Nash Talks Dreamland in Season 8

Since season 5, Archer creator and executive producer Adam Reed has dipped his toe in taking the title character into alternate realities of his normal life as a private investigator. After Archer is riddled with bullet holes floating face-down in a pool, it was unclear how he was going to survive. But, as we discover in the opening…

REVIEW: ‘Archer’ Spends Season 8 in Dreamland

It’s tough to keep a show going past its third season. A lot of shows will pair main characters off, or break them up, or add a baby to the mix — anything to create new dynamics between the characters, new conflicts, new story possibilities. The rioutously funny animated spy comedy Archer has taken a…

Party Down on Starz

#Bingeworthy: ‘Party Down’ on STARZ

In the age of social media and The Voice and our venerable reality-show president, it seems there are more people out there trying to make it in the entertainment world than ever before. And why wouldn’t they? The barriers to expressing creativity keep getting lower and lower, allowing us to make movies with our phones…

The Mick

‘The Mick’ Drags Network Comedy to the ‘Sunny’ Side

In the world of scripted television, particularly the world of scripted television comedy, entropy is the norm. No matter how funny or inventive a show might get by its second or third or fourth season, the inevitable decline always seems to begin around the seventh: the premises start to repeat, the jokes get tired, the…

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