Welcome to the latest edition of EMExclusives! On this edition, when it comes to animated series, nothing beats one of the best primetime series that I have seen in a long time – and that series is Archer. With its twelfth season starting tonight on FXX, we can get ready for spies, mayhem & laughter.
Here with me to talk about Archer and so much more is a talented actress who plays Pam Poovey, the former head of an international spy agency and has become a fan-favorite on the show. She has been playing Pam since its inception back in 2009. She will also showcase her talent in the world of film with her lead role in the upcoming adult indie comedy How to Ruin the Holidays, which she is also executive producing. Friends of the Revue, let’s welcome today’s guest, Amber Nash!
FX will be bringing the constantly changing Archer, the mindbending Marvel series Legion and the concluding season of The Strain to San Diego comic-Con 2017.
Each show will get a panel and Q&A session: The Strain panel will also feature new footage, while the Legion panel will take fans behind the scenes (which ought to be very interesting…) and the Archer panel will feature a surprise guest.
San Diego Comic-Con 2017 runs from July 20-23 at the San diego Convention Center.
For one night only, FX is bringing the ARCHER Live! touring show to Comic-Con!
ARCHER Live! will be presented on the Inspiration Hornblower yacht at the 5th Avenue Landing on Thursday, July 21st.
The event features H. Jon Benjamin (Sterling Archer), Aisha Tyler (Lana Kane), Jessica Walter (Malory Archer), Judy Greer (Cheryl Tunt), Chris Parnell (Cyril Figgis), Amber Nash (Pam Poovey), Lucky Yates (Krieger), series creator/executive producer Adam Reed (Ray Gillette) and executive producer Matt Thompson – performing an episode of Archer (with fan interactions!).
Fans can now register for tickets to be a part of the ARCHER Live! experience. Follow the jump for details.
The annual Critics’ Choice Awards were given out last night and there were a number of surprises like no nomination for Tatiana Maslany this year, and awards for FX shows that come a bit later than maybe they should have, just for two.
It was a light year for broadcast TV once again – only three awards to network shows, but basic cable did better than okay with eight. Online productions nabbed as many awards as broadcast. Hmmmm…
Follow the jump for the complete list of winners – with a brief commentary where it occurs to me.