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The League (2009 - 2015)

The League (2009 - 2015)





Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

Series Info

Ensemble comedy about a disparate group of guys (and a gal) involved in a fantasy-football league.

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Critics Consensus: With the squad up to their usual tricks, The League seems to be in game shape going into its final season.

2015, FX, 13 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2014, FX, 13 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2013, FX, 13 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2012, FX, 13 episodes

Critics Consensus: Having drafted a strong ensemble of creatively vulgar improvisers, The League settles into a bingeable groove in its third season.

2011, FX, 13 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2010, FX, 13 episodes

Critics Consensus: Unabashedly raunchy and juvenile, The League's profane humor and sometimes mean-spirited cast will repel or attract viewers in equal measure.

2009, FX, 6 episodes


Seth Rogen
as Dirty Randy
Rob Huebel
as Dr. Duramo
Ike Barinholtz
as Frank Gibiatti
Jeff Goldblum
as Rupert Ruxin
Jayma Mays
as Trixie
Brooklyn Decker
as Gina Gibiatti
Aziz Ansari
as Plastic Surgeon
J.J. Watt
as Himself
Adam Karchmer
as Baby Geoffrey
Pedro Lopez
as Rafi's Landlord
Rob Riggle
as Bethesda
Ray Liotta
as Mr. Hudabega
Stacey Travis
as Judge Humphrey
Chad Johnson
as Himself
Eliza Dushku
as Kristen
Adam Caplan
as Himself
Matt Walsh
as Mr. Friedman
Elaine Kagan
as Mrs. Klein
Lake Bell
as Brooke
T.J. Miller
as Gabriel
Erin Heatherton
as Basketball Coach
Bobby Lee
as Taco's Friend
Will McLaughlin
as Neighborhood Patrol
Mike Mauloff
as Trophy Store Employee
Laura Clery
as Yoga Instructor
Brad Morris
as Glovsie
JB Smoove
as DeRon, Man in Wheelchair
Golden Tate
as Himself
Owen Burke
as Blind Waiter
Jim McMahon
as Himself
Corbin Bernsen
as Jenny's Dad
John Hansen
as Himself
Keegan-Michael Key
as Carmenjello
Timothy Olyphant
as Sushi Chef
Jay Cutler
as Himself
June Diane Raphael
as Teacher Pam
Martin Starr
as Stu Pompeu
Seth Morris
as Bill Haddock
Wayne Federman
as Principal Fraiser
Chris Tallman
as Mr. Swall
Jay Glazer
as Himself
Thomas Barbusca
as Cooper Harris
Ken Tipton
as Petting Zoo Owner
Kristi Clainos
as Das Dinga
Steve Agee
as Piano Store Guy
Timothy Donovan
as Angry Man
Brent Grimes
as Himself
Toby Huss
as Flanagan
Desi Lydic
as Waitress
Angela V. Shelton
as Mrs. Hobart
Robert Wagner
as Grandpa Duke
Phil Reeves
as Judge Hobart
Lizzy Kaplan
as Rebecca
Craig Bierko
as Craig O'Connor
Tony Daly
as Angry Husband
Trisha LaFache
as Taco's Notary
Carlson Young
as Jaywalking Girl
Cort McCown
as Pit Boss Joe
Lee Meriwether
as Gumma Eve
David Dastmalchian
as Morgue Worker
Ken Marino
as Donny "The Seed" Sedowsky, Donny Sedowsky
Barry Squitieri
as Italian Waiter
Kathleen Gati
as Andrea Kolotkin
Deon Cole
as Mugger
Jae Suh
as Grace
Paulie Litt
as The Oracle
Marianne Muellerleile
as Nurse Bernice
Snoop Dogg
as Himself
Aaron Lustig
as Mr. Mitchell
Ingrid Haas
as Michelle
Sidney Rice
as Himself
Michael Edwin
as Hardware Store Clerk
Elizabeth Schmidt
as 911 Dispatcher
Rick Overton
as Mr. Rosenthal
Noel Gugliemi
as The Perp
Benton Jennings
as Brassy Judge
Matt Forte
as Himself
Jason David
as Chalupa Batman
Lloyd Ahlquist
as Dr. Andre Nodick
Bonnie Hellman
as Old Lady #1
Albert Owens
as Company Guy
Lucille Soong
as Security Line Woman
Sara Erikson
as Vanessa
Josh Latzer
as Security Guard
Joanna Sanchez
as Sofia's Mom
Kourtney Kaas
as Massage Therapist
John Ross Bowie
as Dr. Pete Wyland
Krista Kalmus
as Elevator Girl
Nicol Paone
as Colonoscopy Nurse
Abigail DiGregorio
as Race Winner's Mom
Rick Irwin
as Male Classmate
Jesse Einstein
as Phone-Store Salesman
Roxana Ortega
as Class Instructor
Brenda Ballard
as Old Lady #2
Randall Cobb
as Himself
Devon Abner
as Hotel Bartender
as Husna
Franchesca Patton
as Race Winner
Sam Vance
as Football Announcer
Zuhair Haddad
as Algerian Dad
Maree Cheatham
as Elderly Woman
Nina Nayebi
as Algerian Mom
Ankur Bhatt
as Algerian Fan
Colin Flynn
as Wrestler
Paul Schackman
as Rabbi Shtotelman
Lori Alan
as Mrs. Shtotelman
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Series Details

TV Network: FX
Premiere Date: Oct 29, 2009
Genre: Comedy
Executive Producers: Jackie Marcus Schaffer, Jeff Schaffer
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