THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. has no idea what it’s nostalgic for, beyond the early ’60s.
FX Networks Announces San Diego Comic-Con Slate – ARCHER, THE STRAIN, AMERICAN HORROR STORY & SONS OF ANARCHY
FX Networks’ original series Archer, Sons of Anarchy, American Horror Story: Coven and The Strain are heading to Comic-Con in San Diego.
I’m so glad that this season of Archer‘s almost over because it’s been largely a miss, and the first part of the finale didn’t sway my opinion one bit. A Navy bomber crashed off the coast of Bermuda and a hydrogen bomb sank to the bottom of the ocean, so
Honestly, I prepped myself for a ton of lazy Catholic jokes when I learned that Archer was doing an episode about the Pope, which we got, but “The Papal Chase” ended up exceeding my expectations even though it was just another standard attempt by the show. The Vatican hired ISIS
I know that I’ve been hard on Archer‘s fourth season, and I still think it’s largely been a disappointment, but I have to admit that “Un Chien Tangerine” was wildly entertaining. Lana and Sterling were on a mission in Morocco to pick up an asset for ISIS, but it turned
I’m just going to be honest. I’m counting down the days until Season 4 of Archer‘s all wrapped up because it has been largely underwhelming and lacking that special something that got me watching in the first place. Sterling and Lana had to pose as newlyweds so they could figure
Just when I thought Archer could not get more pointless than “Live and Let Dine,” it had to put out “Coyote Lovely” which was just as inane if not more so. ISIS was hired to help the U.S. Border Patrol take down Moreno, a notorious “coyote,” but everything went sideways
I’ve been pretty lukewarm towards this season of Archer, but “Live and Let Dine” was the first episode that I did not care for at any level because it ended up being a giant waste of time. In order to protect the Albanian ambassador and protect the United States relationship
If you can’t picture Aisha Tyler by her name, you’ve certainly could by her voice. She is currently busy voicing Lana Kane on the hit FX show Archer, which we recap every week! Well on Sunday, you can look forward to hearing her unique voice in the cyber world, as she has announced
“Once Bitten” was an odd episode of television. On one hand, it felt like a trippy throwaway half-hour where nothing really happened, but on the other it gave us some vital insight into these wacky characters we’ve come to love (or tolerate). After getting stranded in the middle of Turkmenistan
While I’ve been mostly enjoying this current season of Archer, it’s been missing something, and hopefully “Viscous Coupling” was the start of filling the void because it actually felt like it was a piece of a larger whole rather than a one-off episode, and this show is the kind of
At first, I didn’t see the appeal of “Midnight Ron,” but I came around towards the end of the episode and enjoyed most of it. Somehow Sterling got stranded up in Canada and didn’t have a way home until his new stepfather, Ron, showed up for some reason. From that
Honestly, nothing monumental happened during “Legs,” but it was still a pretty funny episode of Archer. After the audience got a glimpse of Ray’s life in a wheelchair, Krieger offered to replace his legs with bionic ones so he could walk again. At first Ray was hesitant but decided to