Archer (2009 - )



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Intrigue (and plenty of ineptitude) at an international intelligence agency. The animated comedy was created by 'Adult Swim' veteran Adam Reed.

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Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2019, FX, 9 episodes

Critics Consensus: Though long-time fans may be frustrated by this slim diversion from Archer's main narrative, Danger Island gleefully colors outside the lines of 1930s serial tropes while incorporating many of the series' treasured jokes into a self-contained story.

2018, FX, 8 episodes

Critics Consensus: Dreamland may just be a diversion into Sterling Archer's self-aggrandizing imagination, but it wholly succeeds as both an antic parody of hard-bitten noir and a self-contained revitalization of the long-running series' format.

2017, FX, 8 episodes

Critics Consensus: Archer continues to twist its malleable formula into fresh new directions in a season of radical change that still retains our heroes' louche sensibility and indefatigable hilarity.

2016, FX, 10 episodes

Critics Consensus: A soft reboot helps keeps things fresh six seasons in, though its absurd delights are best enjoyed by those familiar with Archer's unique sensibilities.

2015, FX, 13 episodes

Critics Consensus: Archer manages to remain fresh while staying true to its dirty, grimy, hysterically funny characters.

2014, FX, 11 episodes

Critics Consensus: An animated comedy that rivals the best network sitcoms, Archer successfully mixes salacious humor with wit and strongly-developed characters.

2013, FX, 13 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2012, FX, 9 episodes

Critics Consensus: Zany spy capers and workplace hijinks galore, Archer returns to amuse viewers with its talented voice cast and off the wall humor.

2011, FX, 13 episodes

Critics Consensus: A zany, deadpan adult cartoon with insightful observational humor on office space and international espionage.

2009, FX, 10 episodes


H. Jon Benjamin
as Sterling Archer
H. Jon Benjamin
as Sterling Archer
Aisha Tyler
as Agent Lana Kane
Chris Parnell
as Cyril Figgis
George Coe
as Woodhouse
Adam Reed
as Ray Gillette
Dave Willis
as Barry Dylan
Ona Grauer
as Katya Kazanova
Ron Leibman
as Ron Cadillac
Jeffrey Tambor
as Len Trexler
Coby Bell
as Conway Stern
George Coe
as Woodhouse
Adam Reed
as Ray Gillette
Luciano Palermi
as Savio Mascalzone
Dave Fennoy
as Cmdr. Kellogg
Bobby Ford
as Mr. Ford
David Anthony Pizzuto
as Krauss/Dealer
Bryan Cranston
as Anthony Drake
Mike Smith
as Mountie No. 1
Roy McCrerey
as Thistleton/Young Woodhouse
Robb Pruitt
as Backus, Joshua Gray
Peter Serafinowicz
as George Spelvin
Enn Reitel
as Bishop/Scripes
Rafael Ferrer
as Rafael Ferrer
John Paul Tremblay
as Mountie No. 2
Stephen Stanton
as Announcer/Lammers
Paula Malcomson
as Janelle Gillette
Fred Armisen
as Gustavo Calderon
Ron Perlman
as Ramon Limon
Larry Murphy
as Mountie No. 3
Carrie Brownstein
as Dr. Sklodowska
Allison Tolman
as Edie Poovey
Zach Villa
as Young Scripes
Jack McBrayer
as Randy Gillette
Eugene Mirman
as Cecil Tunt
Rachael Harris
as Rona Thorne
Anthony Bourdain
as Lance Casteau
Tom Kane
as Russian Officer/KGB Agent/Doctor/Soldier
G. Michael Gray
as Michael Gray
Lauren Cohan
as Juliana Calderon
Patrick Piper
as Javi/Carlos
Robb Wells
as Kenny Bilcoe
Dave Roberts
as Cabbie/Oscar Madison
Darren Criss
as Mikey/Tommy
Lauren Martin
as Redhead Nurse/Russian Blonde
Charles Napier
as Dr. Spelts
Flula Borg
as Gunter Ziegler
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