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Tonight is the premiere of the hilarious new FX comedy, Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll. Johnny Rock (Denis Leary, Rescue Me) is an aging 90s rocker whose legendary band, The Heathens, was just about to release its first album when lead guitarist Flash (John Corbett, Northern Exposure) found Johnny in bed with his wife. The band, which also consisted of drummer Bam Bam (Robert Kelly, Louie) and bassist Rehab (John Ales, You Wish), quickly fell apart afterwards. Now it’s 25 years later, and Johnny is still a broke, never-was rocker trying to make a name for himself. Johnny’s wife Ava (Elaine Hendrix, Anger Management) continues to stick by him, but manager Ira (Josh Pais, Law & Order: SVU) is running out of ideas. That is, until talented young ingenue Gigi (Elizabeth Gillies, Victorius) shows up, looking for Johnny’s help.
I’ve seen the first four episodes of the series, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. That cast has great chemistry — you really feel like they’ve known one another for 25 years. The show is so much fun, with many hilarious laugh-out-loud moments and some amazing musical performances. Who knew Denis Leary was a musician/singer?! What I really enjoy about this show is the serialized nature of the episodes. The series feels very much like one long film, and each episode is just one small chapter chronicling the adventure of this band. I’m excited to see how the season-long arc plays out while also laughing at the band’s crazy antics each week!
The cast was at San Diego Comic-Con this past weekend to talk about the show, and I’ve posted videos from the press room at NoReruns.net (http://www.noreruns.net/2015/07/15/sexdrugsrockroll-press-room-san-diego-comic-con-2015/).
On tonight’s episode, “Don’t Wanna Die Anonymous,” an Afghan Whigs reunion inspires Johnny to see if he can get the band back together in the premiere of this comedy about an aging and broke bad-boy rocker from the 1990s who gets another shot at fame 25 years later as a songwriter for a brash and talented young singer who’s a big fan of his earlier work.
See the start of this new comedy tonight on FX at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Big Brother, Under the Dome, Rookie Blue, Wayward Pines, Married, Complications, Dominion, Geeks Who Drink, and Reactor.
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