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David Bradley, the actor "Game of Thrones" fans loves to hate, explains Guillermo del Toro was all he needed to sign on and being one of the good guys.
"House of Cards" veteran Corey Stoll discusses straddling science and the supernatural, and working with Guillermo del Toro in FX's "The Strain."
The "Twilight" veteran discusses her central role in the decidedly different take on the supernatural in FX's new horror thriller, "The Strain."
The "Lost" veteran talks with SPINOFF about collaborating with Guillermo del Toro on the new FX thriller, and getting back to the roots of vampire stories.
Ahead of the "Fargo" finale, Billy Bob Thornton discusses his approach to mob hitman Lorne Malvo, and whether the series can have a satisfying end.
The star of FX's Cold War spy thriller discusses double lives, the pitfalls of the seduction game and tonight's season-ending episode.
The "Breaking Bad" veteran discusses what drew him to the FX series, the challenges of straddling comedy and drama and what lies ahead for his character.
With "Fargo," FX captures the dark and humorous sensibility of the 1996 movie while exploring interesting new characters and situations.
Oscar nominee Billy Bob Thornton tells SPINOFF ONLINE about his alligator-like apparition of a character on FX's new "Fargo" series.
Keith Carradine, Martin Freeman and more weigh in on the relative unknown's "Fargo" starring role as police officer Molly Solverson.
Executive producer Warren Littlefield and writer Noah Hawley tell SPINOFF about their new FX anthology series, inspired by the Coen brothers' "Fargo."
Executive Producer Graham Yost promises "a big shift" as Season 5 comes to a close and the acclaimed FX drama heads toward its sixth and final season.
"American Horror Story" co-creator Ryan Murphy celebrated PaleyFest by announcing that Michael Chiklis will join the fourth season of the hit series.
Singer/songwriter Kenny Loggins talks with SPINOFF about his guest role on tonight's "Archer" and the endurance of his 1986 song "Danger Zone."
The star of FX's Cold War spy drama tells SPINOFF what viewers can expect from the second season, and talks about his character's many wigs.
"Archer" star H. Jon Benjamin discusses what makes Sterling Archer tick, the challenges of voice acting and how much he enjoys crying.
"SNL" comedian Bobby Moynihan discusses his starring role as a gay white rapper fresh from prison on FX's new animated series, "Chozen."
The Joker to Raylan Givens' Batman teases what's in store for Boyd in the coming year of "Justified," which he describes as "the season of violence."
Dayton Callie, aka Wayne Unser, talks with SPINOFF about "Sons of Anarchy's" shocking sixth season, the nature of the business & staying close to home.
FX's "Sons of Anarchy" is just a season from its conclusion, and Jimmy Smits predicts his character's end "ain't going to be pretty."
Production is expected to begin this month on the first season of the horror series "The Strain," based on the novels by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan.
"Deadwood" alum Robin Weigert, lawyer Ally Lowen on FX's "Sons of Anarchy," talks about navigating the tightrope between Jax and Tara Teller.
The stars of FX’s animated spy-comedy "Archer" discuss 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 discuss the return of Pigley III and Lucille Bluth vs. Mallory Archer.
"Sons of Anarchy" actress Katey Sagal speaks out about her Golden Globe-winning role and the "bloody" climax the hit FX drama from showrunner Kurt Sutter is building toward.
Actor Theo Rossi spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about playing one of "Sons of Anarchy's" most underrated and compelling characters, and the darkness that's still to come.
"Sons of Anarchy" actress Maggie Siff spoke one-on-one with SPINOFF about the shocking ending to the Season 6 premiere, Tara's time in prison, her relationship with Jax and how creepy Donal Logue is as Lee Toric.
With a new season under way, "The League" co-creator Jeff Schaffer spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about the move to FXX, Andre's wedding and the lengths to which the show will go to get a laugh.
With two episodes left to go before the "Wilfred" season finale, cast members Fiona Gubelmann and Chris Klein discuss tonight's episode of the FX comedy, which promises to be pivotal to the series.
The stars of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" spoke at Comic-Con International about the comedy's move to FXX, Season 9's guest stars and the story behind Mac's real name.
During the "Wilfred" panel at Comic-Con International, stars Elijah Wood and Jason Gann joined the show's producers and cast in a discussion of their characters' evolutions, the future and the love lives of dogs.
Closing out Comic-Con International, the "Sons of Anarchy" cast and crew looked discussed the past fifth season, the upcoming sixth and the BOOM! Studios comic series.
"Wilfred" star Elijah Wood spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about the third season of the cult hit series, the darker aspects of the FX comedy and the surreal time he tried on Jason Gann's dog suit.
Novelist and comic book writer Christopher Golden spoke exclusively with CBR about helming BOOM! Studios' "Sons of Anarchy" comic and the trouble he's plotting for the biker outlaws of FX's hit crime drama.
This September, BOOM! Studios takes to the roads of Norther California with a comics version of FX TV series "Sons of Anarchy" by writer Christopher Golden.
Singer/actress Katey Sagal kicked off a multi-city tour last week with her "Sons of Anarchy" Mark Boone Junior and Theo Rossi with a night of music and plenty of questions about the hit FX drama.
"The Americans" star Noah Emmerich discusses the motivations of his character, FBI agent Stan Beeman, and what viewers can expect from the rest of the first season of FX's hit Cold War drama.
Everyone has secrets, but the ones Philip and Elizabeth Jennings struggle to hide in FX's new Cold War spy drama "The Americans" could help bring down a world power, and tear their seemingly happy family apart.
"Legit" co-creators Jim Jefferies and Peter O'Fallon discuss what drew them to FX's new comedy and how they plan to keep it both funny and sincere for the rest of its first season, and beyond.
FX President John Landgraf assures that the adaptation of Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming's "Powers" is still in the works, with crime novelist Charlie Huston helping develop "a whole new pilot from scratch."