FX Has Officially Canceled LIGHTS OUT

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As someone who enjoyed the series premiere and the first few episodes thereafter, it brings me no joy to tell you that FX announced today that they have canceled the boxing drama Lights Out starring Holt McCallany. After just one season the series hasn’t been bringing in the ratings to justify a renewal for a second season. However, fans of the show will be glad to know that the first season will play out as scheduled: the final two episodes  air in their normal timeslot at 10/9c on March 29th and April 5th. Combine this news with the recently canceled Terriers and FX doesn’t seem to be having much luck lately. Anyone disappointed?

Holt McCallany and Warren Leight Interview LIGHTS OUT

by     Posted 3 years, 25 days ago

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The FX drama Lights Out follows Patrick “Lights” Leary (Holt McCallany), an aging former heavyweight boxing champion who is struggling to figure out who his life after retirement. Trying to support his wife and three daughters, his financial problems led him to reluctantly accept a job as a brutal debt collector, before eventually following his urge to return to the ring, even though one wrong hit could be deadly.

During a recent interview, show star Holt McCallany and executive producer/showrunner Warren Leight talked about the preparation involved in a role like this, playing a hero that falls in a definite gray area, how the character relationships will continue to develop throughout the remainder of the season, and where Season 2 might head, if they get the opportunity. Check out what they had to say after the jump.

Holt McCallany and Executive Producer/Showrunner Warren Leight Interview LIGHTS OUT

by     Posted 3 years, 88 days ago

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In the latest FX drama Lights Out, Patrick “Lights” Leary is an aging former heavyweight boxing champion who struggles to find his identity and support his wife and three daughters after retiring from the ring. When financial problems leave him with a very tough decision to make, he must battle the urge to return to boxing, or reluctantly accept a job as a brutal and intimidating debt collector.

During a recent interview to promote the new television series, show star Holt McCallany and executive producer/showrunner Warren Leight (In Treatment) talked about what it took to get this show off the ground, some of the noticeable changes they made from the original pilot that they shot, playing such a dream role and making this character very human. Check out what they had to say after the jump.

LIGHTS OUT Series Premiere Review

by     Posted 3 years, 96 days ago

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With plenty of buzz and praise all over the place for David O. Russell’s boxing drama The Fighter, there’s no better time for FX to premiere their new boxing-centric drama series Lights Out. But while Mickey Ward had to struggle with opponents in the ring and his own invasive family while trying to break out of the ambition-killing town holding him back, Patrick “Lights” Leary (Holt McCallany) is a retired boxer and trying to do everything he can to stop from getting back in the ring. For a series focusing on a boxer, there’s not a whole lot of boxing to be seen in every episode, but that doesn’t mean this series doesn’t pack some punches to deliver yet another great series on FX. For details on the first five rounds with Lights Out, keep reading.

FX Announces Premiere Dates for LIGHTS OUT and Season Two of ARCHER

by     Posted 3 years, 138 days ago

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When the the midseason kicks off in January, FX is bringing an all-new series and one returning series to the flickering box. Joining a line of successful dramas like Rescue Me, Justified and Sons of Anarchy, the cable network is sending the boxing drama Lights Out into the ring on Tuesday, January 11th at 10/9c. The series will see Holy McCallany (CSI: Miami) as Patrick ‘Lights’ Leary, an aging former heavyweight boxing champion who struggles to find his identity and support his wife and three daughters after retiring from the ring.  The financial downturn coupled with a series of failed investments leave him at a perilous crossroads – battling the urge to return to boxing or reluctantly accepting a job as a brutal and intimidating debt collector. If you’re not convinced that this is yet another drama to check out in January, make sure you watch the trailer right here.

For details on the return of the comedy series Archer, hit the jump.

First Promo for FX’s Boxing Drama Series LIGHTS OUT

by     Posted 3 years, 209 days ago

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Though the fall TV season is going into full force this week, there’s still shows on the horizon that won’t be showing up for a view months. Enter FX’s new drama series Lights Out starring Holy McCallany as an aging former heavyweight boxing champion as he looks to find himself and support his family without getting back into the ring. The first promo for the series, which starts in January 2011, has just showed up online and it definitely looks like more solid programming from FX. Check out the video after the jump along with the official synopsis of the show.

First Trailer for FX’s Boxing Drama LIGHTS OUT

by     Posted 3 years, 220 days ago

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I’ve been raving about new FX shows for months now.  Archer, Justified, Louie, Terriers: they’re having a helluva 2010.  While the January premiere leaves Lights Out just outside FX’s calendar year of excellence, a rough cut of the pilot has been earning strong early reviews.

The boxing drama stars Holt McCallany as “an aging former heavyweight boxing champion who struggles to find his identity and support his wife and three daughters after retiring from the ring.”  You can check out the stylish new trailer for the show after the jump.

DVR This: SOUTHLAND Actor Tries TRUE BLOOD; TV Land Is RETIRED AT 35; Luke Wilson Goes to HBO; FX Goes LIGHTS OUT

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Kevin Alejandro of the star-crossed cop drama Southland will soon be pulling doubles.  Alejandro has just secured a regular role on HBO’s hit show True Blood as Jesus, “a Latino orderly who is taking care of Ruby Jean Reynolds (Alfre Woodard) at her care facility and becomes involved with her son, Lafayette (Nelsan Ellis).”  Since TNT has not yet officially decided to produce a second season of Southland, Alejandro will be able to work on True Blood.

Hit the jump for new casting on the upcoming TV shows Retired at 35, Enlightened, and Lights Out.

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