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11 Seasons, 132 Episodes

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Archer follows the exploits of eight dysfunctional secret agents of the International Secret Intelligence Service (ISIS), a fictional New York-based intelligence agency. They are : Sterling Archer, the show's narcissistic, womanizing protagonist, Malory Archer, ISIS director and Sterling's snarky, emotionally distant mother, Lana Kane, Sterling's love interest and mother of his more
... infant daughter, and by far the most professional field agent at ISIS, Ray Gillette, the agency's openly gay bomb specialist, Pam Poovey, the head of the agency's Human Resources department who is often ridiculed by her peers, Cyril Figgis, a mild-mannered accountant-turned-agent, Cheryl Tunt, Malory's delusional, psychotic personal assistant and Dr. Algernop Krieger, a bizarre, morally bankrupt scientist with little regard for the well-being of his subjects.
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Three to Tango

It's always nice to see a show like this develop a rogue's gallery and I've always felt that for the first few seasons the show suffered from killing off the big bad at the end of the episode rather than teasing us with the possibility that they might return. In addition to the gay Cuban hitmen, I was particularly delighted when George Takei's Yakuza character returned in Archer Season 5 and his death was even handwaved (when a logical explanation is omitted just because). The potential of ... more

The Archer Sanction

This week on Archer Season 6 Episode 3, Sterling, Lana, and Ray go on a mountain-climbing expedition in the Alps to assassinate a foreign leader with the catch being that Archer can't remember who the gang is supposed to assassinate. Was the plot whole ever addressed over why Lana didn't get the dossier file to begin with? The best defense I can come up with is that this is nothing new: Headquarters (or what's left of it) has a long history of being foolishly optimistic that Archer will bot... more

Edie's Wedding

In the super-spy genre, it's generally a given that realism or moral equivalence (the idea in literature that good people get good luck and vice versa) are thrown out the window. James Bond and his contemporaries are generally jerks who only get the "good guy" status in the story because their foe fits such a clear-cut definition of evil. Likewise, these spies are always immune to the barrage of bullets and death traps because script demands mandate that they live to see another day (or in... more



Archer: Archer Season 11 and Lil Dicky's Dave Among Fxx Premiere Dates News | TVBuzer

Archer Season 11 and Lil Dicky's Dave Among Fxx Premiere Dates

Sterling Archer’s life after coma will begin this spring: FXX on Thursday announced that Archer Season 11 will premiere on Wednesday, May 6 at 10/9c. Following up on last year’s Archer: 1999, which ended with the title character finally waking from his three-season coma, Season 11 — the first without Adam Reed as full-time showrunner — will kick off with back-to-back episodes. Subsequent installments will air weekly (and be available on Hulu the fo... more

Archer: ARCHER Moving to FXX With Season 8 News | TVBuzer

ARCHER Moving to FXX With Season 8

The hit animated comedy series Archer is moving to FXX beginning with Season 8 this spring, it was announced today by Chuck Saftler, President of Program Strategy and COO, FX Networks. Archer , which recently received an Emmy® for Outstanding Animated Program, has already been renewed for two additional seasons. “Archer is an awesome ... more

Archer: 2016 Critics' Choice Award Nominations: 'Game of Thrones' and 'O.J. Simpson' Take the Lead News | TVBuzer

2016 Critics' Choice Award Nominations: 'Game of Thrones' and 'O.J. Simpson' Take the Lead

Hosted by TJ Miller ( Silicon Valley), the 22nd annual Critics' Choice Awards has released this year's nominations. Game of Thrones and The People v. OJ Simpson have taken a strong lead. In overall network nominations, HBO towers above the rest with 22. A little further behind comes Netflix, with Stranger Things and more




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