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6 items from 2013


Exclusive: Watch Chris Elliott get murdery in a new 'Eagleheart' clip

27 November 2013 2:57 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

"Eagleheart" is Adult Swim's series about of group of crime-fighting U.S. Marshals that stars Chris Elliott (also known as Not Timothy Olyphant). The very funny show is in its third season, which means that there have been a Lot of antics, you guys. Although it just might have outdone itself in terms of absurd deaths in this here clip, from an upcoming episode that stars Chris, Maria Thayer, and new Marshal Mark Proksch. Antics! Follow Riot on Twitter »

- Liana Maeby

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Chris Elliott and Maria Thayer Compare Acting Techniques and Talk How 'Eagleheart' Has Gotten Even Deeper and Stranger In Its Third Season

15 November 2013 7:36 AM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

According to Chris Elliott and Maria Thayer, acting on "Eagleheart" is no cakewalk. Elliott has to constantly figure out if he's happy, sad or mad. Thayer's relationships with her co-stars apparently resemble the contentious interactions she shares with them on screen, as Elliott and fellow cast member Brett Gelman regularly give her shit. "It's a hard job," she insists. But all of that effort is worth it -- to viewers, at least: "Eagleheart" is one of the funniest shows on television, and as it embarks on its third season, which kicked off last night on Adult Swim, the show makes a transition from single-serving episodes to something more ambitious -- a season-long narrative which, according to Elliott, you could edit into a feature. Elliott and Thayer sat down with Indiewire earlier this week to discuss their work on the show from its earliest days until now, when it not only »

- Todd Gilchrist

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Chris Elliott and Maria Thayer Compare Acting Techniques and Talk How 'Eagleheart' Has Gotten Even Deeper and Stranger In Its Third Season

15 November 2013 7:36 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

According to Chris Elliott and Maria Thayer, acting on "Eagleheart" is no cakewalk. Elliott has to constantly figure out if he's happy, sad or mad. Thayer's relationships with her co-stars apparently resemble the contentious interactions she shares with them on screen, as Elliott and fellow cast member Brett Gelman regularly give her shit. "It's a hard job," she insists. But all of that effort is worth it -- to viewers, at least: "Eagleheart" is one of the funniest shows on television, and as it embarks on its third season, which kicked off last night on Adult Swim, the show makes a transition from single-serving episodes to something more ambitious -- a season-long narrative which, according to Elliott, you could edit into a feature. Elliott and Thayer sat down with Indiewire earlier this week to discuss their work on the show from its earliest days until now, when it not only »

- Todd Gilchrist

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IFC’s Maron is sardonic and uncomfortable

3 July 2013 9:30 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Ever since watching the series finale of IFC’s new series, Maron, I have struggled to find the right words and the right tone to describe my experience with the show. It is far from perfect and has its fair share of missteps, but excels in bringing to life Marc Maron’s sardonic world view that he popularized through his stand-up and most recently through his successful podcasts. The show is clearly indebted to the groundbreaking series Louis, which has paved the way for a lower-budget, more personalized brand of comedy on television. Marc Maron’s take on the world though, departs crucially from that of Louis C.K., whose vision seems essentially more nuanced and complex, as Louis C.K. seems able to depart from his person and see the world from a different perspective. Louis C.K. feels almost like an outsider: a workingman’s Socrates.  On the other hand, Marc Maron »

- Justine

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'Arrested Development': Mitchell Hurwitz on the movie -- and the Romney joke you never saw

5 June 2013 1:33 PM, PDT | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

Now that America has had time to absorb the new season of Arrested Development (and catch up on some sleep), series creator/executive producer Mitchell Hurwitz (him?) spoke to reporters on a conference call today about the 15 episodes released on Netflix, the future of the franchise, and more. The highlights:

• Hurwitz said that a variety of mediums could have been — and can be used — for continuing the saga of the Bluths: “Give us the canvas and let’s see what we come up with. If it were a movie canvas, we would absolutely tailor to that, but the life of »

- Dan Snierson

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'Cougar Town' sneak peek: Sparks fly for Bobby on the dodgeball court -- Exclusive Video

19 March 2013 6:00 AM, PDT | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

Love is blooming on the dodgeball court in tomorrow’s episode of Cougar Town!

Bobby starts to spend a lot of time with his new tomboy friend, Riggs (guest star Maria Thayer), but it’s not until the two find themselves in a heated game of dodgeball that things really begin to heat up.

How hot does it get? For that, I direct you to the exclusive clip below, in which Riggs puts her neck on the line to save Bobby. What a gal! Watch:

The episode airs tonight at 10 p.m. on TBS.

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- Sandra Gonzalez

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