Here’s the Season 3 Trailer for “Baskets”
Perhaps it’s because of the human element that underlies Baskets or just how great of a serious goofball Zach Galifianakis is what makes Baskets the one clown that is actually endearing across the board.
See for yourself in the season 3 trailer here.
Season 3 premiere of Baskets will be on Tuesday, Jan. 23rd on FX.
Here’s a Swell Promo for Season 3 of “Baskets” to Put a Smile on Your Face
New Baskets will be coming soon, but, in the meantime, you can just watch this on repeat.
Season 2 of Baskets Premieres Tonight
Just a friendly reminder that you should catch the season 2 premiere of Baskets on FX tonight at 10PM before diving into watching coverage of the inauguration tomorrow and throughout the weekend.
Baskets Season 2 Gets a Full Trailer
Just over a month from now, there will be the return of Louie Anderson as a mom, Zach Galifianakis as one of the saddest clowns ever, and Martha Kelly being Martha Kelly.
There have been plenty of short promos over the past several months, but here’s a full trailer that will satisfy, at least for a little while, your fix for more Baskets.
Season 2 is set to premiere on FX on Thursday, January 19th.
This Promo for Season 2 of Baskets Captures The Show’s Slapstick Drama
Unfortunately, January, when season 2 of Baskets premieres on FX, can’t come any faster.
You might wish that it could after watching a promo like this that nail exactly what slapstick drama, the oft-used description of Baskets, really is.
Emmys Went to Veep, Transparent, SNL, Last Week Tonight, Baskets, Girls, Master of None, and Key & Peele Last Night
Outstanding Comedy Series-Veep
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series-Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series-Jeffrey Tambor, Transparent
Outstanding Lead Directing for a Comedy Series-Jill Soloway, Transparent
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series-Louie Anderson, Baskets
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series-Kate McKinnon, SNL
Outstanding Variety Talk Series in a Comedy Series-Last Week Tonight with John Oliver
Outstanding Variety Special-The Late Late Show Carpool Karoake Prime Time Special
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series-Peter Scolari, Girls
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Serires-Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, SNL
Outstanding Variety Sketch Series-Key & Peele
Outstanding Writing for Variety Special-Patton Oswalt, Talking for Clapping
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series-Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang, Master of None
For the most part, heavy perennial favorites won here, and deservingly so, like Veep, Transparent, and Last Week Tonight with John Oliver. Key & Peele got a proper send-off for the final season with this Emmy win and what might be talked about as one of Louie Anderson’s best performances of his career in Baskets as the mother nabbed him a statue as well. Also, Master of None’s writing definitely earned its Emmy win here.
Take note of the power of premium cable and streaming services, particularly HBO and Amazon, in this round of winners.
Watch a Testimonial, Sort of, for Chip Baskets from “Baskets”
The world of Baskets is full of people that are unsure of a failed student of a clown trying to be a rodeo clown.
Unfortunately, for Chip Baskets (Zach Galifianakis), one of those people is in a testimonial that’s made to advertise Baskets’ clowning talents.
‘Baskets’ Is Getting a Second Season at FX in Early 2017
“Disgruntled rodeo clown’ seems to fit Zach Galifianakis quite well.
Good ratings and very favorable critical reception has lead to a second season order for Baskets over at FX.
You’ll have to wait until next year before said second season comes around, but the first season isn’t even over. You’ve got over a month to start clamoring for more.
Watch Baskets Teach Classic Clowning to a Juggalo-Esque Clown
In the 21st century, clowns come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, including some that look more like followers of Insane Clown Posse or juggalos.
“Baskets” Premieres and “Portlandia” Returns Tonight
Both are on at 10PM tonight.
We know trying to pick between Zach Galifianakis as an overly serious clown and Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein up to their hijinks can be a hard choice, which is why you might watch this on some streaming service later. In case you don’t, block out 10PM tonight.
Zach Galifianakis Tries to Keep a Straight Face with Weird Eyebrows as Long as He Can on Kimmel
It wouldn’t be a proper Zach Galifianakis late night appearance without doing some sort of bit, right? Right.
So, Zach chose to go with a pretty trailblazing choice of eyebrows while talking about his new FX series Baskets. The results makes us think that maintaining eyebrow composure is key to not breaking character.
More “Baskets” Promos Are Here as Premiere Is Only Weeks Away
The story of the man, played by Zach Galifianakis, who wants to become a highly regarded clown, but goes through tragic lengths in an attempt to do so, is premiering near the end of this month; Thurs. Jan. 21st on FX in fact.
Here Are More Promos of Zach Galifiankis Trying to Be a Serious ‘Cloon’ in FX’s “Baskets”
Keep in mind you only have to wait until Thurs. Jan. 21st to catch the premiere on FX.
Here’s a New Promo for FX’s “Baskets” Showing More of the Adversity of Trying to Be a Serious Clown
The premiere of the new Zach Galifianakis-Louis C.K. series, Baskets, that follows Zach trying to be a clown with artistic integrity, is only a month away.
On Thurs. Jan. 21st, Baskets will premiere on FX and you’ll get to see more of the world versus a serious clown as shown in this new promo.
These Latest Promos for FX’s “Baskets” Will Make You Somehow Want to See Baskets More
Well before any image of Baskets came out, the Louis C.K. and Zach Galifianakis series that follows a man trying to become a highly respected clown was already set as one of the most highly anticipated comedy series to come out next year.
Now that we’re seeing some promos roll out, it’s even more enticing than whatever we were imagining and, though we already really wanted to see it, we somewhat inexplicably really want to see it.
Keep in mind that you’ll be itching until Jan. 21st, Baskets’ premiere date.
FX/FXx Announces Premiere Dates for Baskets, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and Man Seeking Woman
January 2016 will be a busy month for FX’s comedy schedule.
On the flagship channel, FX, the highly anticipated Baskets starring Zach Galifianakis as someone who dreams of being a clown, will have its series premiere later in the month on Thurs. Jan. 21st at 10PM.
Mark your calendar now or just wait for the inevitable roll out of teaser, trailers, and another reminder from us probably.
These Five “Baskets” Promos Could Add Up to a Teaser
At around 16 seconds each, these 5 promos for FX’s latest comedy, Baskets, following a man determined to be a clown from Zach Galifianakis, Louis C.K., and Jonathan Krisel add up to well over a minute, which is about the length of a teaser for a TV show or movie.
So, if you watch this…
…and this in a row, you got as much bang for your buck as you would had they all been intercut together.
Also, you should watch them regardless of them being short promos because they’re pretty damn funny.
Look for Baskets to premiere in January on FX.
Here’s Your First Look at FX’s “Baskets” from Zach Galifianakis and Louis C.K.
Jan. 2016 will see the premiere of Zach Galifianakis and Louis C.K.’s highly anticipated Baskets, a FX series that follows someone desperately trying to become a world class clown, but is really struggling to get there.
Here’s a brief glimpse of Baskets and what it’s like for aspiring clowns that perhaps might be not attaining their goals of supreme clowning.
FX Orders “Baskets” from Zach Galifianakis, Louis C.K., and Jonathan Krisel to Series
With another Emmy win for Louie, FX is smartly furthering their business with Louis C.K. as they have just picked up Baskets, executively produced by C.K., Zach Galifianakis, and Portlandia director Jonathan Krisel, to series.
Galifianakis will star as a man who leaves the corporate world to pursue a life of becoming a professional clown. So, maybe it’s hovering somewhere around Being John Malkovich minus all the body snatching with a focus on clowning instead of puppetry?
Either way, we have a really great feeling about this.