FOX has allotted one of its plummest timeslots for Sons of Tucson. The new comedy will air Sundays after ratings smash Family Guy, in effect marring the “Animation Domination” moniker. However, while the characters are live-action, their actions do not fall too far outside the realm of cartoon. Essentially a family comedy without the nuisance of parental guidance, Tucson shoots for the delicate balance between wacky and sentiment that Modern Family nails weekly over on ABC. In the first three episodes, Tucson proves that this blended family is good for at least a few laughs each week.
Find out just how good after the break.
Another of the many films that premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival was the horror/comedy Tucker & Dale vs. Evil. Starring Alan Tudyk and Tyler Labine, Tucker & Dale is about two Virginian hillbillies that get mistaken for killers by kids on spring break. Trust me, it’s a very funny movie and one you should be excited to see. And if you look around the net, you’ll notice almost all the reviews were great and I’m pretty sure someone will be buy the film for distribution.
Anyway, I managed to get some time with Tyler Labine (who you may know from the CW’s Reaper) and we talked about how the film came together, what the film is about and his character, what it’s really like to be at Sundance, his new FOX show Sons of Tucson, and a lot more. So hit the jump and check out the interview: