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Fred Armisen joins the guest cast of The Last Man on EarthEdit

Friday, October 27, 2017

As reported by Entertainment Weekly, Saturday Night Live alum, Fred Armisen is set to appear in multiple episodes of the series in a guest arc, as Karl, a survivor with an interesting past. Armisen is reported to make his first appearance in January.[1]

Chris Elliott cast in a new recurring role and Kristen Wiig set to return for Season 4Edit

Friday, August 11, 2017

In a report by Entertainment Weekly, actor Chris Elliott will guest-star in multiple episodes of the fourth season, as Glenn, a castaway living on a deserted island. Elliott will make his first appearance in the second episode of the fourth season.

Meanwhile, Kristen Wiig, who appeared in last season's "Got Milk?" and a cameo appearance at the end of "Nature's Horchata", is set to return in at least three episodes this season, including the season premiere, which is slated to air on October 1, 2017.[2]

The Last Man on Earth renewed for a fourth seasonEdit

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Fox announced tonight that The Last Man on Earth and Gotham will both return for their respective fourth seasons in the 2017-18 television season. The episode orders for each series has not been announced yet. [3]

Saturday Night Live actress Kristen Wiig cast in a mysterious upcoming roleEdit

Monday, January 23, 2017

In an exclusive report by TVLine, Saturday Night Live alumnus and actress Kristen Wiig is set to appear in a special recurring guest arc on The Last Man on Earth. No information regarding character details was announced as Fox representatives declined to comment. The Last Man on Earth is still scheduled to return on March 5, 2017 with the remaining nine episodes of the third season.[4]

The Last Man on Earth, Making History, and more Fox shows get premiere and return dates Edit

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Fox announced today its premieres and mid-season returns for several programs. The Last Man on Earth will return on March 5, 2017 at 9:30/8:30c with nine new episodes. Simultaneously, Phil Lord & Christopher Miller's Making History will premiere the same day, but an hour beforehand at 8:30/7:30c. Other shows that are returning or premiering during the Spring include Kicking and Screaming, Shots Fired, Empire, Prison Break, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Gotham, and Lucifer.[5]

Mary Steenburgen spills the beans on that shocking fall finaleEdit

Monday, December 12, 2016

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Mary Steenburgen reveals some secrets and some behind the scenes facts about what lead up to her storyline in the recent fall finale and some of its previous episodes.[6]

Will Forte drops two truths and a lieEdit

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Will Forte has recently just dropped three hints regarding the upcoming season of The Last Man on Earth. However, two of the hints are truths, and one of them is a lie.[7]

  • Hint #1: Gail Klosterman becomes a mom.
  • Hint #2: Mr. T comes to Malibu.
  • Hint #3: The world's population is cut in half.

The Last Man on Earth renewed for a third season by FoxEdit

Thursday, March 24, 2016

Fox announced today that it has renewed both The Last Man on Earth and Brooklyn-Nine-Nine for the 2016-17 season.

In it's second season, The Last Man On Earth has averaged 4.5 million viewers per episode in it's Sunday timeslot and is currently registering a 2.0 in it's 18-to-49-year-old demographic, making it Fox's top-rated live-action comedy.[8][9]

The Last Man on Earth returns in March with new episodesEdit

Friday, February 5, 2016

Fox has announced that The Last Man on Earth will return on March 6, 2016 with new episodes. The show will return to its original timeslot at 9:30/8:30c. Bordertown, which currently had Last Man's timeslot, will move to 7:00/6:00c. The final stretch of episodes for Season Two will feature "the dumbest looking thing you've ever seen" and a guest appearance by Jacob Tremblay as a young Phil Miller.[10]

Will Forte and Mel Rodriguez shave half of their heads for The Last Man on EarthEdit

Saturday, January 16, 2016

While at Fox's All Star Party on January 15th, Will Forte revealed himself with a new look, a half shaved head, eyebrow, and beard. Mel Rodriguez, who plays Todd, also shaved half his head and half of his mustache. According to Forte, the new look is said to be for The Last Man on Earth. He also mentioned last month, during an interview with Entertainment Weekly, that "there is one thing that I have been so excited about and it is going to be the dumbest-looking thing you have ever seen".[11][12]

Fox orders time-travel comedy from the people behind The Last Man on Earth and The GrinderEdit

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Fox has recently ordered a pilot for an untitled time-travel comedy. Currently, the series is about "three unlikely friends who find an even less likely way to travel through time, irreversibly complicating their personal lives." The comedy will be executive produced by The Last Man on Earth's Seth Cohen, Phil Lord, and Christopher Miller and is created by The Grinder and Family Guy's Julius Sharpe. [13]

Will Forte answers questions regarding the shocking mid-season finale of The Last Man on EarthEdit

Monday, December 14, 2015

Will Forte answers questions regarding the mid-season finale of The Last Man on Earth, "Silent Night". Some questions include the presumed death of Phil Miller (II), the fate of Mike Miller, and how Erica and Gail may react to Phil (II)'s presumed death.[14]

The Last Man on Earth scheduled to go on hiatus during the winter seasonEdit

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Due to FOX's new scheduling change for upcoming winter shows, The Last Man on Earth is no longer on the schedule and is set for a winter hiatus. The series is "presumably being held in a reserve to plug in any holes that may pop up." [15]

Will Forte does a test on his Last Man on Earth beard to detect germsEdit

Friday, October 29, 2015

Will Forte tests his beard for The Last Man on Earth as recent studies show that beards may contain feces. [16]

The Last Man on Earth moves to the White HouseEdit

Friday, August 7, 2015

A report on slashfilm.com has indicated that The Last Man on Earth will be receiving a new setting change, at the White House, the return of Phil's beard, and that Tucson will not be seen in a majority of the new season, and more spoilers regarding the new season. [17]

Jason Sudeikis is set to guest-star on The Last Man on EarthEdit

Thursday, August 6, 2015

Recently appearing in the season one finale, "Screw the Moon", actor Jason Sudeikis, will be guest-starring as Phil's presumably, astronaut brother. [18]

The Last Man on Earth teases life after Tucson at SDCC 2015Edit

Saturday, July 11, 2015

The creators and producers teases life after Tucson for Season Two of the show at San Diego Comic Con 2015. [19]

Dan Sterling to join The Last Man on Earth as new showrunnerEdit

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

The Last Man on Earth welcomes another man to Tucson, but this one is behind the scenes. Dan Sterling has been announced to join the series as showrunner, due to Will Forte's busy involvement with the show. [20]

The Last Man on Earth renewed for a second season by FoxEdit

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

According to TVbythenumbers, The Last Man on Earth has been renewed for a second season by Fox. The Last Man on Earth has also been the number one new comedy among Adults 18-34 and Men 18-49. It also ranks number one in its Sunday time period at 9:30/8:30c, among adults 18-34, men 18-34, and teenagers. [21]

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