Archer Season 13 Episode 1 The Big Con

Archer Season 13 Episode 1 : The Big Con

The narrative synopsis, writer, and air date for Archer: Season 13, Episode 1: The Big Con have all been revealed. H. Jon Benjamin, Aisha Tyler, Judy Greer, Chris Parnell, Amber Nash, and Adam Reed are included in the cast of Archer.

Kenan Thompson, Alison Pill, Christian Slater, Kayvan Novak, and Stephen Tobolowsky are among the special guests.

On Archer, these actors play:

The series features the voices of H. Jon Benjamin as the world’s greatest spy, “Sterling Archer,” Aisha Tyler as the spy with marital issues, “Lana Kane,” Judy Greer as the irrational office assistant looking for a special skill, “Cheryl/Carol Tunt,” Chris Parnell as the dependable company-man, “Cyril Figgis,” Amber Nash as the enthusiastic offender, “Pam Poovey,”

Staff working in the background:

At Floyd County Productions, Adam Reed, Matt Thompson, and Casey Willis are the executive producers of the show Archer. FX Productions is the series producer.

Archer, a press release

The Great Con

1301 10 p.m. ET/PT 8/24/2022

The group is not enjoying free beverages, party rooms, or swag bags at Clandesti-con, the world’s premier espionage convention! The author is Mark Ganek.

Synopsis of the Season

The storyline for Archer’s 13th season is as follows: “This season, Fabian Kingsworth and the spy organization known as IIA have purchased Archer and The Agency (International Intelligence Agency). Will the gang be able to maintain independence, or will they submit to their corporate rulers as they try to find their identity while carrying out odd missions for Fabian?

Synopsis of the Series

The plot summary for the Archer television series reads, “The show parodies espionage, culture and society, and the human condition and is set in an anachronistic, Cold War-Esque setting…

Although the comedy’s timeline is purposefully hazy, real-time history is frequently mentioned indirectly.

The International Secret Intelligence Service (ISIS), a made-up intelligence agency with offices in New York, is the subject of Archer, which centers on the antics of eight dysfunctional secret operatives and their support personnel.

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