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There have been a lot of rumors over the past week regarding a Dexter remake. 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.
No matter your political persuasion it seems everybody views Theodore Roosevelt with great esteem. “Teddy” is one of those guys who did so much it seems like he must have lived several lifetimes. It’s now quite fitting that a man whose life could have been written for television may get his own series.
Remember when there was supposed to be a Halo movie directed by Neill Blomkamp? Yeah, that never happened. What about that Steven Spielberg produced Halo TV series? That situation appears to be a little different.
Even though Jim Carrey and his rubber-faced antics have always been more synonymous with the comedy world than anything else, the actor has often wowed audiences with his infrequent trips to more dramatic territories. And his newest project combines both.
Today, Showtime announced it is renewing both Ray Donovan and Masters of Sex for Season 4. The announcement was made this morning during the TCA tour
If you’ve wondered where the hell Showtime has been hiding the computer-based comedy Web Therapy, wonder no longer. The Lisa Kudrow-created series has been canceled after four seasons. If only we could complain to Fiona Wallace.
One of the more exciting in-development TV pilots is Showtime’s Roadies, director Cameron Crowe’s first trip to the small screen. But that doesn’t mean that everything is going smoothly, and there’s already been a casting upheaval.
This week, Netflix announced that Lilyhammer was ending and Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele decided to end the hit Comedy Central series Key and Peele. Now, Showtime has also announced that Happyish will not be moving forward for Season 2.
Damian Lewis’ time on Homeland may be over, but the actor is headed back to television very soon. This time around, he’s sticking with Showtime for the drama Billions, starring opposite Paul Giamatti.