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If someone had asked me a couple of weeks ago what Rolling Stone Magazine and subscription cable network Showtime have in common, I don’t think I could have gotten much farther than guessing a rather large subscription base.
One of Showtime’s newest television series has already seriously impressed the network. Billions, which only had its official premiere on January 17, has already received a second season pickup from Showtime.
Rich and powerful are two words that are often used together, but the truth is the adjectives don’t always come in equal measures. Billions is a good reminder of that. Damn near every character on the show has far more money than the average person and far more influence too, but none of the central personalities found here are able to eclipse the others on both.
Showtime has a penchant for keeping shows on the air for a long, long time. For avid fans, this is great news, although some may argue that at least a few of Showtime’s shows have overstayed their welcome during their runs.
It’s only fitting that the Showtime continuation of Twin Peaks has been mostly shrouded in mystery, and even the fact that the show has been filming for quite some time now hasn’t given way to too many spoilers. Luckily, some big news on the Twin Peaks casting front has come out.
The balance between “art imitating life” and “life imitating art” is not a precise one, and there are really no limits for how far it can all go. Take, for instance, this morning's bomb threats in Los Angeles and New York, which sound a bit like one particular Showtime series.
There was a point a couple of years ago when news of Homeland getting renewed elicited sighs laced with mild interest, but that's all changed. Now we can celebrate another year of Showtime's best series.
A week ago, Amazon was talking about putting together a new function for Amazon video users that is truly innovative. Amazon works fast, and the company has already moved forward with the new function.
There have been a lot of rumors over the past week regarding a Dexter remake, which would make sense due to a lot of shows being rebooted in this day and age. But let’s really break it down, and get to the truth.
When it comes to primetime television, it sometimes begins to feel like our only options for entertainment are medical, legal, procedural, or sitcom. Cable network Showtime, however, is currently developing a project unlike any other on TV. And it involves game show models, or at least one in particular.
If, like many moviegoers, you spent part of 2015 wondering what in the world got into Cameron Crowe’s mind when he made Aloha. Luckily for the filmmaker’s fans, his next project is definitely moving forward, and it sounds like his most interesting project in years.
Earlier this week, an episode of Homeland aired that featured some seemingly innocuous graffiti. This week, however, the artists who created the graffiti for the set in Germany revealed the Arabic script that was present was actually pretty derogatory. Find out what it said.
Not much is yet known about the plot of the return to Twin Peaks, Washington, and folks have had to make do with casting announcements to whet their appetites for more Peaks. Sadly, the latest official casting announcement answers not just a question of who will be present in the Showtime series, but also who will not.
While it wasn’t immediately obvious that Showtime’s Homeland would last very many seasons, Sunday night featured the Season 5 premiere, which is once again almost completely rebooting everything about the acclaimed drama except the characters.
Production has been shrouded in mystery, but it has been confirmed that Amanda Seyfried will be joining the cast of the Showtime revival that will take viewers back to Twin Peaks, Washington for the first time in a quarter of a century.