The League: Season 6 (2014)


Season 6
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Air date: Sep 3, 2014
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Season 6 kicks off after Ted's untimely death and the league hold their draft at his funeral, with this year's prize being Ted's beach house in Laguna Beach. Later: Russell (Rob Huebel) joins the league, Ruxin (Nick Kroll) gets banished to South Korea, Rafi (Jason Mantzoukas) and Randy (Seth Rogen) reveal their tragic origins, the group spend the night in a forest and Kevin (Stephen Rannazzisi) proves his manhood and the league travel to Laguna Beach to settle the season and determine who wins Ted's beach house. Notable guests this season are NFL Insider Jay Glazer and agent Tom Condon.

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Critic Reviews for The League Season 6

All Critics (4) | Top Critics (2)

The League runs a risk with its "comedy and then we'll sort the rest out later" approach, but only if the show stops being funny.

Sep 4, 2014 | Full Review…

With The League already back strong, the addition of Teflondre and the beach house prize could make this a particularly great season of a consistently entertaining series.

Sep 4, 2014 | Rating: 8/10 | Full Review…

I'm still not 100% back on board but if The League keeps up this momentum and continues to find new ways to twist its own old stories, then I could see this season completely winning me back.

Sep 24, 2014 | Rating: B+ | Full Review…
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Wednesday's season premiere is classic and classless.

Sep 1, 2014 | Rating: 4/4 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for The League: Season 6

  • Jan 13, 2018
    The hot tub episode is absolutely hysterical
  • Mar 24, 2015
    I love comedy shows and The League is the funniest one I've seen. While the humor is generally crude and the plots can become predictable, but the show does love to push it's boundaries and go to places most other shows wouldn't dare to go. The show also has very unique characters and is even funnier if you play fantasy football.
  • Nov 14, 2014
    The first few seasons are original, great, and develop characters that make me want more. The last few seasons seem to be a little played out and trying too hard. I still like the show enough to want to see more though. It would be interesting to see them do something new.
  • Oct 18, 2014
    How I did not know about this hilarious series until recently is beyond me. Rather your a Fantasy Football fan or not you will love his show, hard to believe it is on FX and not HBO or something. The dry humor is off the charts, I've only been watching for 2 weeks and I'm into season 3 of 6 already.
  • Oct 07, 2014
    god dam this show is fucking awsum, it doesnt get any better
  • Sep 21, 2014
    When it started, this was a very funny show with 6 main characters, each of which added a unique twist to the type of comedy the show claimed to be going for. The Jenny character, Taco character, and Andre character initially stood apart from the wanna-be jock characters Kevin, Pete and Andre. As the seasons progressed (basically by season 3), the writers chose to basically turn all characters into adult high-school bully types with almost every episode centered around some way for them to take turns ridiculing Andre. Even in the beginning you had to wonder why a successful plastic surgeon would put up with a bunch of nonsense from a group of "friends". To give the writers credit, they come up with witty lines but its all basically trash talking. The Jenny character might as well be another failed high school jock as even she has no emotion or remorse written into her character as she bashes and ridicules the only descent one in the bunch. I totally got why the show was so highly rated initially but I dont understand it now. I suppose there is a big audience of real life losers that are living out some fantasy watching a show about a 5 people ganging up on a simple (yet somehow very successful) character that continuously fails at earning their friendship.
  • Sep 11, 2014
    Hilarious, a must watch. If major network TV could develop content this good there would be no need for $100/mo cable TV bill

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