FX has ordered two more seasons of Adam Reed’s animated spy comedy Archer.
Archer star H. Jon Benjamin discusses what makes Sterling Archer tick, the challenges of voice acting, and how much he enjoys crying.
The stars of FX’s animated spy-comedy Archer speak about their roles in the upcoming season, Cheryl/Carol’s new fetishes, Pam’s sexual appetites and more.
Archer creator Adam Reed and stars Jessica Walter and Lucky Yates spoke at New York Comic Con about breaking new ground in the new season, the return of Pigley III, and Lucille Bluth vs. Mallory Archer.
Archer star H. Jon Benjamin would like to see Sterling Archer’s lifestyle to catch him up, saying, “I just like feel like I want him to gain, like, 15 pounds, like he won’t metabolize alcohol as well or something soon.”
It may be the start of a new year, but it’s also the start of a new month and that means as ever a look at what’s lying ahead in terms of new seasons and new shows on television. The days of mid-winter being a quiet time for television schedules is over, with January seeing the return of a couple of comedy favorites, the return of what may be Syfy’s best series and a couple of newcomers waiting to win your attention.
Archer creator Adam Reed and stars H. Jon Benjamin, Aisha Tyler, Chris Parnell and Amber Nash gathered at Comic-Con International for a rowdy, and off-color, panel about the animated series.
H. Jon Benjamin, the voice of Agent Sterling Archer, talks about turtlenecks, yelling, obscure references, Burt Reynolds and the upcoming third season of FX’s animated comedy Archer.
Emmy-winning actor Bryan Cranston will appear on the two-part season finale of FX’s animated Archer. The series returns for its third season on Jan. 19.