Billions Sneak Peek: Malin Akerman, Maggie Siff Are Not to Be Effed With
In Showtime’s upcoming high-finance drama Billions, Damian Lewis and Paul Giamatti star as a hedge fund king and a U.S. Attorney, respectively. But it’s their wives — played by Malin Akerman (Trophy Wife) and Maggie Siff (Sons of Anarchy) — who clearly control the proverbial purse strings READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Penny Dreadful Season 3 First Look: Vanessa Gets Committed!
Penny Dreadful meets… American Horror Story: Asylum?
Showtime has released the first image from Penny Dreadful‘s upcoming third season, and it features a straitjacketed Vanessa being comforted by READ MORE & VIEW IMAGE
Twin Peaks Revival: Miguel Ferrer Poised to Return as Agent Rosenfield
Showtime’s Twin Peaks‘ revival just got a little more prickly.
Twin Peaks Revival Pushed to 2017
That damn fine coffee is going to need a little more time to brew.
GLAAD Report: LGBT Representation on TV Is Up, But Still Very White
GLAAD’s “Where We Are on TV” report this year shows strides being made in the number of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) characters on TV, while shining a spotlight on the need for greater diversity in those representations. READ MORE
Shameless Season 6 Teaser: The Gallaghers' Exploits Reach a New Low, Plus: See the '70s-Inspired Poster
Homeland Recap: Just Say Oh Hell No
Hell hath no fury like Carrie Mathison off her meds.
On Sunday’s Homeland, Carrie — desperate to find out who wants her dead — decides she needs full use of her terrorist-tracking Spidey sense and puts the brakes on her daily lithium routine. What could possibly go wrong, right?! Read on and find out! READ MORE
Melissa Leo, Sebastian Stan Board Showtime Pilot I'm Dying Up Here
You can find Melissa Leo in da club for her next TV role — a comedy club, to be specific.
The Oscar-winning actress (The Fighter, Louie) has landed a major role in Showtime’s dark comedy pilot I’m Dying Up Here. READ MORE
'Homeland Is Racist' Message Sneaks Into Season 5 Episode; EP Responds
Three street artists employed by Homeland to populate scenery with apolitical graffiti sneaked in their own commentary on the oft-controversial series — including the statement that “Homeland is racist” (pictured). READ MORE