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The good news is, we’re not close enough to the second season of Showtime’s comedy series Episodes that an actual poster exists. The less than good news is that it’s only April, and Episodes doesn’t return until July. Still, we’ll take what we can get, right?
Before Dexter and Homeland return in the fall, we have Weeds and Episodes to look forward to before then. Showtime announced the premiere dates for both series today. Set your calendars for July!
If you didn’t catch Season 5 when it aired on Showtime last fall, you won’t have to wait long to bring it home. Showtime Networks, in partnership with Paramount Home Entertainment and CBS Home Entertainment are bringing Dexter: The Complete Fifth Season to Blu-Ray and DVD August 16. Featuring over ten hours of footage, the Dexter set is unique in that all bonus features with the Blu-Ray will be available through BD-Live rather than the disc itself.
Shameless has been given a season order of twelve, but the final numbers for Episodes won’t be known for another few weeks. That’s likely due partly to popularity and format
Episodes’ first season will come to a close with “Episode Seven” this Sunday night. What will happen with Beverly and Sean and how will things go for their Pucks! pilot? Neither of the clips we have from the finale give much away there, but they’re still worth checking out! Minor spoilers ahead!
A good catchphrase never truly loses its value, as evidenced in the clip we have from this week’s episode of Episodes. Minor spoilers ahead!
If you’re looking forward to Sunday night’s episode of Showtime’s comedy series Episodes, we have two clips to share with you, both of which feature Matt LeBlanc.
For those of you who want a peek at this Sunday night’s episode of Showtime’s Episodes, we have some clips and a few bits of information to share with you. For those of you opposed to miner spoilers, read no further!
Matt LeBlanc’s TV comeback began tonight as Showtime premiere Episodes. If you missed it or were hoping to re-watch it, we have the premiere episode for you to watch here.
The chief problem is that LeBlanc isn't the only person poking fun at himself-- Episodes is another one of those Hollywood satires that's also firmly entrenched within the system
This Sunday night, Showtime will premiere the new 30-minute comedy series Episodes starring Matt LeBlanc. We have some clips from the premiere as well as a video featuring LeBlanc as he talks about playing himself.
If you’ve been toying with the idea of getting Showtime, you’ll have a chance to preview the channel this weekend as the network is set to go free for a few days, just in time for the premieres of Californication and two very promising looking new series!
The new teaser trailer for Showtime’s Episodes has just popped up online. Following the man behind a brilliant, clever British television show as he’s wooed into adapting it for an American audience, the program casts Matt LeBlanc
For those of you who have missed seeing Matt LeBlanc on the small screen, the Friends (and Joey) star is set to star in Showtime’s upcoming new comedy Episodes, which will premiere on the pay-cable channel in January 2001.
Created by TV vets David Crane (Friends) and Jeffrey Klarik (Mad About You), Episodes will follow the plight of two British producers whose show gets tapped for an American remake