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Summer used to be a time when there was a dearth of TV, but now there are new TV shows popping up on nearly every date on the calendar. If you are looking for good dramas, new comedies or more, we've put together a list of all of the great new programs that will be hitting the schedule during the summer months.
Tons of huge shows were laid out and lifeless when the smoke cleared after the first wave of cancellations hit last week, and then more dropped like low-rated and over-budgeted flies over the next few days. Here are those ten shows.
We've got some bad news for those of you who were looking forward to another season of Showtime's wildly popular series scripted series House Of Lies.
The CSI universe has been a staple of CBS programming for better part of two decades, but things aren’t looking too great for the franchise the big name behind CSI: Cyber, as Ted Danson will be moving on.
It feels like just yesterday that Showtime first teamed up with Don Cheadle and Kristen Bell for a new series about management consultants. In actuality, it was quite a bit longer ago than that; Showtime has just renewed the show for Season 5.
For all the quality upgrades that cable series have in comparison to broadcast networks, it’s always a bummer to have to wait eons for news about the next season. Thankfully, Showtime has gone public with the premiere date for the upcoming seasons of Shameless, House of Lies and Episodes.
Nobody cancels the Gallaghers! Showtime appears to agree as the premium cable network has picked up Shameless for a fifth season. Along with the Season 5 renewal for the excellent and under appreciated dysfunctional family-centric dramedy, Showtime has also renewed House of Lies for Season 4. Both series join Episodes in being lined up for new seasons in 2015.
In what is likely an effort to whet viewers’ appetites for some of their returning original programming, Showtime has made the season premiere episodes of Shameless, Episodes and House of Lies available for free online ahead of their planned premieres this Sunday night. This should help curb some of the anxiety TV watchers may be experiencing in anticipation of next Sunday night, which piles the Golden Globes, HBO premieres...
So you’ve heard all about how amazing-funny-dramatic-unpredictable Showtime’s Shameless is and you’ve been meaning to marathon through the first few seasons to get caught up for the Season 4 premiere? Or maybe you’re just looking for a refresher course.
With DVRs, streaming and many other ways to view our favorite programs, the allure of live TV has become a compelling way for networks to lure in audiences. In an attempt to get in on that magic, House Of Lies has decided to roll with an improvised special in front of a live studio audience.
Showtime's management consultant-focused dramedy House of Lies is set to return to the airwaves in early 2014. In preparation, the network has unveiled a new teaser trailer as well as promotional image that playfully pokes fun at the on and off-screen shenanigans that have plagued the once-almighty pod. But as we learned at the end of season two, complications are inevitable, and things are about to get down and dirty dirty between Marty Kaan and his protégé Jeannie Van Der Hooven.
Showtime's dramedy trio Shameless, House of Lies and Californication had cause to celebrate earlier this month when all three series returned with new seasons to higher numbers. I'm sure Showtime's free preview weekend didn't hurt in that regard, but there's even more cause to celebrate as Showtime has decided to renew all three shows. And that includes Californication, which means Hank Moody will follow in the footsteps of Dexter Morgan as a Showtime character that's surpassing six seasons of existence.
The Golden Globes is an exciting ceremony for a TV fan, as we get to see the stars and producers of some of our favorite TV shows honored with awards for their efforts. It's always good when we, the viewers, agree with the Hollywood Foreign Press on their choices for the past year's best of the best. But it's not always easy to predict which way they'll vote and whether or not they get it right is certainly subject to opinion and debate. And sometimes our picks don't line up with the HFPA's choices.
Hot off a couple of explosive episodes of two of their original dramas and in anticipation of the premieres of some of their comedies, Showtime is giving non-subscribers a glance at the goods next month with a free preview weekend. The premium cable channel has timed it to coincide with the premieres of Shameless, House of Lies and Californication.
House of Lies stars Don Cheadle as Marty "The Con Man" Kaan, a "mad genius" at the consultant game who heads up a pod of cutthroat and kooky acolytes. Set in a world of luxury, fast dealings and unchecked depravity, the show seems like a modern-day Mad Man with Cheadle as its smooth and sexy Don Draper. However, while House of Lies is full of swagger and style, it's light on substance. In short, it's a show about sharks that never delves deep, instead staying in the shallow waters of shocks and sex.