Celebs are coming together to help the Jersey Shore... the place, not the show.
These guys truly are in a league of their own.
Oh, hell yes.
Because I know you were really stressing out about missing the first episode of Outsourced, don't worry -- it's starting on a specific date and everything.
Whenever I watch The League, I expect to be slightly horrified, fairly disgusted and thoroughly amused. I wasn't entirely sure what to expect form "Thanksgiving," given all of the conventional tropes of a holiday sitcom that it promised, but by the end of the episode, I was choking on my own laughter (but thankfully, no one's beloved class pet). This highly underrated comedy managed to take every clichéd part of a Thanksgiving episode, flipped it over and nailed it from behind in front of its loved ones. Here are the banalities the writers used, and how they managed to cover them in the funniest filth I have ever seen.
Today we are once again reminded that cable television personalities never go away, they just change channels.
The League's second season begins tonight, and although it's on a popular cable network (FX) and is by far one of the funniest shows on television, I keep having a hard time finding people who've seen it. Maybe it wasn't advertised enough, maybe it looks too sports-nerdy or something, but whatever the reason, many people aren't watching this show even though they should. Here are the main reasons why it's worth your time. Other than the fact that it's, you know, hilarious.
BOOM! It's a veritable explosion of TV on DVD this week, as even more of my favorite shows hit the home market. And while I understand the timing is fully intentional, I still wish they'd release these sets earlier, because now I can't possibly re-watch them all before the new seasons start up. Damn you, cross-promotional marketing! You too, new Golden Age of Television!
A zombie invasion is hitting the small screen.