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Shameless Season 4 Poster Shows The Gallaghers Looking All Fired Up
Ok, who got the Gallaghers all fired up? Knowing what we do about the upcoming fourth season of the underrated Showtime drama, it’s more a “what” than a “who” per se for these Shameless characters. But the new poster for Season 4 teases a united front as the Gallaghers look as though they’re roaring for a revolution. And as the tagline says, “This ain’t no tea party.”
House Of Lies Lets The Gunfire Fly In New Teaser Image And Video
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.
Homeland Season 3, Episode 10 Watch: Reading Way Too Much Into Word Choice
Sunday night’s episode of ‘Homeland,’ the ominously-titled “Good Night” was another instance of the Showtime program leaving us with more questions than answers. And, frankly, we’re starting to think that they might just be playing us. After the credits rolled we couldn’t help but wonder: is Brody going to survive? Is this all a smokescreen of an entirely different color? We’ve decided to suss out our suspicions the only way we know how: by over-thinking word choice to death.
Homeland Season 3, Episode 9 Watch: Hit Me Brody One Last Time
Brody may be back in the pocket of the CIA on Homeland, trying to right the wrongs he’s done over the past three seasons, but he’s still just a pawn. A junkie shell of his former self. If you ask me, Brody’s trajectory feels more in line with a modern-day pop star than a terrorist. In the immortal words of a one miss Britney Jean Spears (oh yes, we’re going there): Hit me baby, one more time. Or, if you're episode nine of the Showtime series, "One Last Time."
'Episodes' Preview Teases Pucks Problems And A New Boss For Carol
When a show goes more than a year between seasons, we begin to wonder if that series is still on or if it was cancelled. This seems especially true for cable television, which is where it tends to happen more often than with network TV. Such is the case for Episodes, which believe it or not, isn’t cancelled. The Showtime comedy hasn’t really settled on what time of year it wants to air.
Homeland Recap: Season 3, Episode 7 - 'Gerontion' Gives History a Face
Sunday night's episode of Homeland may be easy to poo-poo after the explosive doings of "Still Positive." But it is in the nuanced language of episode seven, "Gerontion" (named after the T.S. Eliot poem, perhaps?) that Homeland shines as bright as it has before. Honestly, this might be my favorite episode of the season to date, because the drama is ALL in the words both said and unsaid. And it is Saul, and history, that take center stage in the increasingly murky waters of CIA drama.
Homeland Recap: Chris Brody is Totally Going to Blow Something Up
I’m fairly convinced — thanks to Sunday night's episode of 'Homeland,' titled "Still Positive," — that Chris Brody is the real story on Showtime's CIA-frenzy drama. While some may argue that we're watching a story about a brilliant CIA agent and the American terrorist she loved, I'm more inclined to believe that we’re actually watching the origin story of a future terrorist/serial murderperson, Chris Brody, and how he came to be as such.
Sesame Street Parodies Homeland With Homelamb
Sesame Street has a little something for everyone, including the Homeland fan. While the Showtime terrorism-focused drama might not seem like a good fit for a children’s program, Sesame Street knows how to tone down a plot and play up whatever humor might be mined from even the most serious of subjects for the sake of their young audience
Dexter Headed To Netflix Streaming Just In Time For Halloween
Still debating whether or not to shell out hundreds of dollars to purchase the Dexter: The Complete Series Collection Blu-ray set? Well, hang onto your wallets, as there’s a far more affordable way to binge-watch all eight seasons of Showtime’s serial killer drama, thanks to Netflix. The first four seasons of the series are set to arrive on Netflix streaming later this week, while the other four seasons will be made available in January.
Masters of Sex Watch: Episode 5 - Catherine
Masters of Sex regains some of its footing, but goes for the big emotional moment without enough build up for the audience. Libby has been regulated from, “give me a baby” to the matchmaker to daughter-in-law and now the show has taken the baby away. The loss of baby Masters was clearly designed to be the emotional centerpiece of the season so far, but the inconsistency with Libby’s characterization and the speed at which they get to the loss of the baby reduced any impact the show could of had for the moment.
Homeland And Masters Of Sex Both Renewed
It looks like Showtime is pleased with the dramas they have lined up for Sunday night this fall, as the premium cable channel has officially renewed both Homeland and freshman drama Masters of Sex. That's a greenlight for a fourth season for Homeland and a second season for Masters of Sex.
Masters of Sex Watch: Episode 4 - Thank You For Coming
Masters of Sex has a comes up short in its latest episode as it loses its focus and does everything a little too on the nose. I have said before that this show is at its best when focusing on Masters, Johnson and the study and this episode did not fit that mold.
Masters Of Sex Watch: Episode 3 - Standard Deviation
Masters of Sex bounces back in its third episode, finding a great balance of humor and drama for its best episode yet.
Dexter Producer Says Showtime Wouldn't Let Dexter Morgan Die
Both Breaking Bad and Dexter developed loyal followings during the tenure of their respective runs, but while Breaking Bad went out with a bang, Dexter went out with more of a whimper. Many fans were disappointed with the last episode of Showtime’s subscription cable series and over the weekend, producer John Goldwyn spoke out about the finale, explaining why Dexter ended how it did.
Masters of Sex Watch: Episode 2 - Race to Space
Masters of Sex’s second episode is a step back from the great pilot as it’s expected to expand its world and it has a hard time making that terribly interesting. The pilot worked so well due to the fantastic chemistry between Masters and Virginia and the second episode sadly keeps them mostly apart. For a show to exist in this day and age the studios seem to want a large ensemble to fill out the program, but based on what we have seen so far...
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