FX’s Married [WATCH VIDEO]

By Rachel Cruz | 3 years ago
FX’s Married [WATCH VIDEO]
Actress Judy Greer at the premiere of “27 Dresses.” Jan. 7, 2008. Wikimedia Commons/Lukeford.Net.

“Married,” one of FX’s newest comedies, will begin airing on Thursday, July 17, 2014 at 10:00 p.m. The show, which presents a dark, edgy and funny but realistic take on being husband and wife, will headline Judy Greer (“Arrested Development”) and Nat Faxon (“Ben & Kate”). Read further to find out more about “Married.”

The half-hour comedy, “Married,” centers on Russ (Faxon) and Lina (Greer), who are described as “miserably in love.” Being married for several years, the couple has forgotten what it’s like to have romance in the relationship, with responsibilities like kids and debt taking a toll on them. The series will explore how this couple navigates through the realities of married life and why, despite everything, they are each other’s best friend.

While the premise may sound typical of any family TV show, the pair of actors is, aside from being a great match, comes with pedigree. Greer is a fan favorite, and she is a familiar fixture on FX, being the voice of one of the lead characters on “Archer,” FX’s cult animated series. Faxon, other than being an accomplished comedian, is one of the Oscar-winning writer of “The Descendants,” a movie that starred George Clooney in 2011.

Andrew Gurland, an independent film director who is taking his first shot at producing a TV series, created “Married.” He writes and directs the very first episode. Also included in the cast are comedians Jenny Slate (“Parks and Recreation”), John Hodgman (“The Venture Brothers”) and Brett Gelman (“Go On”). Paul Rieser, a veteran of couple comedies, having starred on the top-rating NBC series “Mad About You” in the 1990s with Helen Hunt, will be a recurring guest star, according to Deadline.

And that’s what we have for FX’s “Married,” which will begin airing on Thursday, July 17, 2014  at 10:00 p.m. True to its edgy format, the show has released the red band teaser below for its promotion. Red band trailers, by industry standards, mean that the television program or movie carries mature and restricted content that is not meant for minor viewers.

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Rachel will watch any TV show once to see if it's worth following. She watches 55 to 60 American, British and Canadian TV shows on any regular week. Glued to TV, she has not seen the world outside in a while. :P