FX has been making a lot of noise with its marketing campaign for Archer's upcoming Season 7, which has already spoofed the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue and re-created Magnum P.I.'s opening credits. But now, the network's marketing team is quieting things down for the next phase of the campaign: a new PSA urging movie theater audiences to silence their cellphones.
If this year's Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue feels a little more animated than usual, it's likely because of the characters from FX's Archer. As part of the marketing campaign for the hit animated comedy's upcoming seventh season, the network partnered with Sports Illustrated to feature faux swimsuit shots of its female characters in both the print issue and online.
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