KIDDING: Creator Dave Holstein on Season 1 of the Jim Carrey TV series – Exclusive Interview

KIDDING - Season 1 Key Art | ©2018 Showtime

In Showtime’s new Sunday-night series KIDDING, Jim Carrey returns to episodic television. Carrey plays Jeff, a beloved children’s TV host who interacts on his show with a multitude of puppets. Jeff has gone through a tragic loss, and wants to be honest about it with his audience – to the horror of his producers, who just want the profits to flow as they always have. KIDDING creator Dave Holstein is on a Q&A panel for the show with a group that includes his fellow executive producers Carrey and Michel Gondry. Gondry previously directed Carrey in the feature ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF […]Read On »

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WHITE FAMOUS: Actors Kendrick Sampson and Lyndon Smith on Season 1 – Exclusive Interview

Jay Pharoah as Floyd and Kendrick Sampson as Robbie in WHITE FAMOUS - Season 1 | ©2017 Showtime/Eddy Chen

Showtime’s first-season comedy WHITE FAMOUS is loosely based on the life and career of one of its executive producers, Jamie Foxx. In WHITE FAMOUS, Jay Pharoah stars as stand-up comedian Floyd Mooney. Floyd is famous in the black community, but his non-black representatives are urging him to take acting roles so he can become “white famous.” Kendrick Sampson plays British actor Robbie MacDonald, a possible Floyd rival, and Lyndon Smith plays Gwen, a possible Floyd romance. Sampson is a veteran of THE VAMPIRE DIARIES, GRACEPOINT, HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER, is in the upcoming series RELATIONSHIP STATUS, and has […]Read On »

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GUERRILLA: Writer/producer John Ridley talks 1970s activism – interview

GUERRILLA | © 2017 Showtime

Writer/executive producer John Ridley, an Oscar winner for his screenplay for 12 YEARS A SLAVE, currently has two series on Sunday nights. The third season of his anthology AMERICAN CRIME, this season dealing with migrant farm workers and victims of sex trafficking in North Carolina, is on ABC. Ridley’s new miniseries GUERRILLA, a fact-based story starring Frieda Pinto, Babou Ceesay and Idris Elba, concerns black anti-government activists and undercover police in 1970s England and begins April 16 on Showtime. ASSIGNMENT X: Obviously, you approach storytelling very differently depending on whether you’re doing feature films, AMERICAN CRIME or GUERRILLA. Can you […]Read On »

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BILLIONS: Brian Koppelman chats about the new Showtime series – exclusive interview

BILLIONS | © 2016 Showtime

In Showtime Networks’s new Sunday night drama BILLIONS, Damian Lewis plays hard-charing wealthy Wall Street trader Bobby “Axe” Axelrod, who is the target of Paul Giamatti’s ruthless U.S. District Attorney Chuck Rhoades. Adding to the complications, Chuck’s wife Wendy (Maggie Siff) is a professional advisor at Bobby’s firm. BILLIONS was created by the writing team of Brian Koppelman and David Levien, in collaboration with Andrew Ross Sorkin. All three are executive producers on the series. Koppelman and Levien’s first produced screenplay was the cult favorite poker movie ROUNDERS. The pair’s later credits include the scripts for RUNAWAY JURY and OCEAN’S […]Read On »

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MASTERS OF SEX: Caitlin FitzGerald on Season 3 changes – Exclusive Interview

Caitlin FitzGerald as Libby Masters in MASTERS OF SEX - Season 3 | ©2015 Showtime/Liz Von Hoene

Showtime’s MASTERS OF SEX is wrapping up its third season Sunday, September 27, at 10 PM. Good news for fans of series creator Michelle Ashford’s drama about real-life sex researchers William Masters (played by Michael Sheen) and Virginia Johnson (Lizzy Caplan) – MASTERS OF SEX will return for a fourth season. Caitlin Fitzgerald plays Masters’ wife Libby. When we first met Libby back in Season 1, she was the outward image of the perfect Fifties housewife. Now we’re in the Sixties, and Libby has been through quite a few changes. She’s gone around Bill’s back to get pregnant (even though […]Read On »

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