Judy Greer and her on-screen husband Nat Faxon share a super sweet moment while attending the season two premiere of their hit show Married held at the SVA Theater on Tuesday (July 14) in New York City. The 39-year-old actor’s were joined at the event by their co-stars Brett Gelman, Sarah Burns, John Hodgman, and [...]
From aging to sex to concerns of class, Judy Greer and Nat Faxon tackle it all in their FX series "Married," which returns for a second season July 16. And while she has a blast exploring it on the show, Greer isn't the least bit concerned about getting older in Hollywood. Show More Summary
Actress and author Judy Greer co-stars with Oscar winner Nat Faxon on the new FX series "Married," and they chat with Kathie Lee and Hoda about how their roles relate to their real-life marriages and the ladies test their knowledge of lines from their past films.
The Descendants co-writers Jim Rash and Nat Faxon have signed with CAA. This marks the duo’s return to the agency where they had been represented until moving to WME exactly a year ago. Rash and Faxon, who met while at The Groundlings, shared with Alexander Payne the 2012 best adapted screenplay Oscar for Payne’s The Descendants. Show More Summary
In a Season 3 episode of Community, Dean Craig Pelton breaks down after trying to direct an out-of-control commercial for Greendale College. Now, Jim Rash — the actor behind the Dean — is stepping behind the Community lens for real. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Keith David Jim Rash Nat Faxon Community
"Married" wrapped its first season on Sept. 18, and though a Season 2 isn't guaranteed, the cast has their own hopes and dreams about what they could do with 10 more episodes. Zap2it spoke with stars Nat Faxon, Jenny Slate and BrettShow More Summary
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Nat Faxon is that rare breed of actor best known for his writing. Along with writing partner Jim Rash, whom Faxon met while part of the Groundlings comedy troupe, Faxon is otherwise known as the Oscar-winning writer behind the 2011 George Clooney-vehicle "The Descendants." The duo later...
You're the Worst on FX is doing markedly worse than its companion show, Married, in the ratings. But it shouldn't be. Even though Married has gotten more press and boasts a more familiar, pedigreed cast - Oscar winner Nat Faxon, Judy Greer, and even Paul Reiser - You're the Worst is the better series. Show More Summary
Get Judy Greer in the same room as her Married co-star Nat Faxon for an EW Pop Culture Personality Test, and
EXCLUSIVE: Nat Faxon and Jim Rash (The Descendants) have signed a two-year overall deal with Sony Pictures TV. This marks the first overall TV pact for the Oscar-winning writing duo. Under the agreement, Faxon and Rash will develop and produce series projects with Kevin Walsh, their film and TV producing partner at the trio’s B Story banner. Show More Summary
Television viewers blissfully embraced Married life, as FX’s newest original comedy series starring Nat Faxon and Judy Greer
What difference could five years make? According to Nat Faxon and Judy Greer, the stars of FX's new comedy Married, five years makes all the difference in the world. The show, which premiered last week, is about marriage, and while the...Show More Summary
The title of Married, FX’s new sort-of sitcom starring Nat Faxon and Judy Greer, couldn’t be more nondescript, nor could the premise. Faxon’s Russ and Greer’s are, well, married. They have kids. They don’t have sex much any more, a fact...Show More Summary
The series premiere of "Married" does not present its central couple in a very good light. They're tired, they don't have sex, they snap and snark at each other and don't seem to spend a lot of time together. The wife suggests he meet...Show More Summary
Talking to Judy Greer and Nat Faxon about 'Married.'
I hope the creators of FX's Married and USA Network's Satisfaction knew they’d be walking into a critical minefield with their new shows, each built around a husband and wife (played by Judy Greer and Nat Faxon on Married, and Neil Truman and Stephanie Szostak on Satifaction) with offspring, a mortgage,... More »
FX's new comedy "Married" strives to be unlike any other marriage comedy that's on TV currently, but still should be recognizable to viewers. The aim, the cast says, is to make "Married" be as true to married life as possible."I feel...Show More Summary
Nat Faxon and Will Forte have known each other for nearly 20 years, ever since they met at the Groundlings theater in Los Angeles. So, with Faxon set to star in Married, an FX relationship dramedy premiering tonight, Vulture felt no one would be better suited to interview him than... More »
Nat Faxon and Chris Geere, the male leads on FX’s new not-so-romantic comedies Married and You’re The Worst, both share an expression—mouth agape, squinted eyes—that conveys exasperation with the world around them. Faxon’s is a dejected...Show More Summary