REVERSING THE MISSISSIPPI looks at the biggest challenges of our time - economic, social, and environmental degradation of our civilization - and the cutting-edge attempts to rebuild and combat these erosions.
Stephen Merchant portrays Stuart, a web designer who recently relocated to LA from England in hopes of finding excitement, romance, and maybe even a soul mate.
EASTBOUND & DOWN, the raucous HBO comedy series from creators Danny McBride and Jody Hill, launches its fourth and final season on September 29th at 10pm ET/PT. McBride stars in the show as the irrepressible Kenny Powers, the former major league pitcher who is larger than life… and death.
Nick Offerman is very manly. Whether he’s playing Ron Swanson, manliest of men, on “Parks & Recreation” or working as a professional boat builder (he released an instructional DVD back in 2008 called “Canoe Building with Nick Offerman”), it’s clear that he has no shortage of the three Ts: Taxidermy, Tools and Testosterone. So when were looking for someone to bring to life Sharla’s uber-masculine dad Doug on “Out There,” Offerman was the natural choice. Luckily, he agreed and on this Friday’s episode we get to watch as Offerman explores his love of taxidermy on “Out There.”
When Chad’s (Ryan Quincy) dad Wayne (John DiMaggio) refuses to compete in their town’s annual father-and-son Hexathalon, Chad asks Sharla’s (Linda Cardellini) macho dad to compete with him instead. Doug has no problem taking Chad under his paternal wing and sharing with him his favorite hobby: taxidermy.
IFC’s original animated series “Out There” is created, written by and executive produced by Ryan Quincy, the Emmy®-award winning animation director and producer of “South Park.” Other notable voices appearing throughout the season include Pamela Adlon, Fred Armisen, Selma Blair, Linda Cardellini, Jemaine Clement, John DiMaggio, Megan Mullally, Nick Offerman, Ellen Page, Stephen Root, Jason Schwartzman and Sarah Silverman.
Watch Nick Offerman in this new clip from “Out There” and tune in for the full episode on Friday at 10/9c:
The Total Bearding Network investigates what gives Brooklyn such a leg up on the competitive bearding world
Whiskers Wars returns to IFC on Friday, November 23 for a new season of backstabbing and cutthroat competition in the quest to top the hair-raising world of competitive facial hair growing.
an angry deer, looking to mess with you.
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