We’re not quite ready to say goodbye to Portlandia just yet, but thankfully, we have time. The ever-weird social satire will return for its eighth and final season in January, while the traditionally stacked guest roster now includes Tessa Thompson, Rachel Bloom and the Oh, Hello guys.
We’ve once again nearly completed this season’s tour of Portlandia, and intend to soak up as much as possible in the penultimate year. Check out an exclusive new clip from this Thursday’s ninth Season 7 episode, as Conan co-host Andy Richter makes his debut alongside Fred and Carrie, learning a valuable office skill.
Yes, the dream of the ‘90s is coming to an end. Put a bird on it, draw the shutters on Women and Women first, and every other Portlandia reference you can think of. Fred and Carrie will be back for Season 8 in 2018, but it’ll be their last in Portland.
Just yesterday saw the likely-penultimate season of IFC’s Portlandia releasing its expansive list of guest stars, ahead of Season 7's early January premiere. Now, see a few in action as SNL star Vanessa Bayer, Laurie Metcalf and NBA player Damian Lillard make their debuts with five new clips from IFC.
Portlandia never fails to bring with it a treasury of comedy stars, and Season 7 is no exception. Ahead of a January 2017 premiere, Fred and Carrie are adding to their weird world everyone from Broad City stars to the B-52's, while Kyle MacLachlan and more book their returns.
Portlandia might have gotten just a bit too real for its famous feminist bookstore, but Season 7 is definitely swinging in the opposite direction. See for yourself, as Fred and Carrie finally make a stand for Men’s Rights in an extended sneak peek of Portlandia Season 7.
At least half of Portlandia’s feminist bookstore sketches involve Fred and Carrie’s Candace and Toni cynically deriding everything in sight, adding an extra layer of irony to their new controversy. The real feminist bookstore behind production has severed ties with the IFC series, accusing Portlandia of being “trans-antagonistic” and fueling gentrification.
Marc Maron followed the suit of Louie-style comedian dramedies down his own path with IFC’s Maron for four seasons, albeit one that will come to an abrupt end with the current run. Maron confirms that Season 4 will officially put Maron to rest this week, even as IFC would likely welcome a fifth season.