‘The League’ Season 4 Hits NetflixBy: Chris Crum - September 3, 2013
The fourth season of FX’s comedy The League is now available on Netflix in the U.S. as of today.
The addition couldn’t get here soon enough for fans of the show, as Season 5 debuts on FXX on Wednesday, and the NFL season itself begins on Thursday.
The fourth season includes thirteen episodes, including: Training Camp, The Hoodie, The Freeze Out, The Breastalyzer, Judge MacArthur, Tailgate, The Vapora Sport, The Anchor Baby, Bro-lo El Cordero, Our Dinner with Andre, 12.12.12, A Krampus Carol and The Curse of Shiva.
In case you’re not familiar with the show, here’s Netflix’s description: “Fantasy football tackles reality in this semi-scripted look at a group of longtime friends whose annual hobby gives them an excuse to get together and escape their everyday lives in a blitz of trash-talking, deceit and ruthless extortion.”
More episodes of The League help Netflix pad its collection of comedy offerings, which it is ramping up with exclusive stand-up specials like crazy. News about a new one from Russell Peters just came out today, and just last week, we learned that there’s also one on the way from Aziz Ansari, as well as others from Marc Maron and Kathleen Madigan.
We’re still waiting for the last season of The League’s FX companion show It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia to become available on Netflix, but with the new season of that debuting on FXX this week as well, we don’t expect it to be too far off. We’re told it’s still TBD.