Critic Consensus: Unabashedly raunchy and juvenile, The League's profane humor and sometimes mean-spirited cast will repel or attract viewers in equal measure.
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News & Interviews for The League: Season 1
If you're going to do a show about fantasy football, then do it. Go big, or go home. As constructed, The League will leave no one happy.
This show's supposed to be the bawdier companion to "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia." It's bawdier all right, but not even remotely in the same comedy league.
With a few more original situational jokes and male dirty secrets, "The League'' wouldn't feel played-out so quickly.
FX has always had a good idea what viewers it's after, and the way TV works these days, a loyal cult can be enough. "The League" certainly has the goods to get one of those.
A kind of sociopathic "Sex and the City" for men that substitutes football for shoes and dope for cosmos.
Audience Reviews for The League: Season 1
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