Q: Is it hard to run a show like The League while dealing with network standards and practices? What are some examples of difficult situations that had to be navigated?
It's like they've forgotten how mean these characters are to each other. We've got three cameras swinging around to catch
Steve Rannazzisi said the lie “wasn’t calculated at all.”
"I was not at the Trade Center on that day. I don't know why I said this."
Simply sub ball for beer.
Stephen Curry, like Google and Harvard, provide great examples on the significance of a wow-factor for budding entrepreneurs. As evidenced, a wow-factor enables a start-up to gain momentum and traction.
"Can't I date online more privately?" my client Michelle* asked. She's an executive working in a male-dominated industry and is wary of bumping into people from her boardroom. It happened once on The League, an exclusive, invite-only dating app. Awkward.
A lot of your favorite television shows are calling it quits this year and there's a giant, record-setting, travel-destroying
The gang is reveling in the peace of the West Coast time because it means kickoff happens earlier. As the game begins, Ruxin
Things are heating up as this season begins winding down. Andre is stressed out with both his restaurant responsibilities
Kevin and Andre discuss their trust issues at the MacArthur house. They agree to set the each other's lineups as a sort of
Keep up with "The League" recaps here every week. "The League" airs on Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET on FXX. Lane goes for suicide
Unfortunately, the gang is still lost and doesn't know how to get back to the truck. Fortunately, Taco is still an idiot