Archer Season 11 "Good Ol' Days" Teaser: Pam's Feeling a Little Frisky

Sterling Archer (H. Jon Benjamin) is out of his coma and back on the scene when the eleventh season of FXX/FX on Hulu's long-running animated series Archer premieres on September 16, but there's a problem. When you end up pulling a "Rip van Winkle," life tends to move on without out you (and your muscles go to crap, apparently). But even with the team back in the spy business and acting uncomfortably professional. we know it's only a matter of time before Archer's return gets things feeling just like the "Good Ol' Days"- as you're about to see in the newest teaser. One thing to keep in mind: Pam's (Amber Nash) feeling frisky:

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A look at Archer Season 11 key art (Image: FXX)

In season 11 of FXX's comedy Archer, Sterling is ready to return to the spy world after a three-year coma. While many things changed during his absence, Archer is confident it will take just a little time for him to reset things back to the old ways. The problem: does the rest of the team want that? The others may not be ready for his return to throw a wrench in their well-oiled machine.

Last summer, executive producers Matt Thompson and Casey Willis revealed that the series would be returning to its main storyline after several coma-induced genre-themed seasons. But after three seasons out of action, Sterling Archer is returning to a world – and agency – that's passed him by. For Thompson and Willis, it gives them the opportunity to present an Archer that viewers haven't seen before. It's one thing when the screw-ups and bumbling are backed-up with the skills of a trained spy, but Archer finds himself at both a physical and psychological disadvantage.

Archer | Season 11: Good Ol' Days Teaser | FXX
Archer | Season 11: Good Ol' Days Teaser | FXX

As Thompson explains it, "The main thing is Archer and how lost he is. He feels everyone has left him behind. The only person who seems to give a f— is Pam, and she's like, 'Hey, buddy, let's go get a drink, I still love you.' But everybody else treats him like an afterthought, he's not what he was, and he's actually making them worse at their jobs. He's in the way. And that exploration of truly something different for Archer as a character is exciting for us. So it's about him, and how having him back in the group forces change upon all of them." For Willis, it's about him no longer being the center of his own universe: "Archer can't understand how everything moved on without him; he's the center of the universe in his mind. And Archer is going to change throughout the season as well."

About Ray Flook

Serving as Television Editor since 2018, Ray began five years earlier as a contributing writer/photographer before being brought on board as staff in 2017.

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