Showtime's Ray Donovan returns for Season 2 on Sunday, July 13 at 9/8c, and it looks like Ray has a whole lot of things that still need fixing...
Rory Kinnear, Harry Treadaway
Showtime has ordered a second season of Penny Dreadful, the network announced Wednesday. The drama will return with ten episodes in 2015.
Penny Dreadful's first season, which is the most-watched series on Showtime On Demand and Showtime Anytime, according to the network, stars Josh Hartnett,Timothy Dalton, Eva Green and Billie Piper an features unique interpretations of famous literary characters from the horror genre.
David Duchovny, Natascha McElhone
David Duchovny knows a thing or two about saying goodbye to a long-running TV show.
Because the actor previously walked away from The X-Files after nine seasons, Duchovny says he knew what to expect when the time came to say goodbye to Californication, which kicks off its final season Sunday at 9:30/8:30c on Showtime. But knowing what to expect didn't necessarily make it any easier to leave the show behind.
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"When the X-Files ended... I was ready to go off and try new things. I felt like I was ready to move on," Duchovny tells TVGuide.com...
Lizzy Caplan, Michael Sheen
Showtime's Masters of Sex is moving to the summer.
The drama, which stars Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan as real-life sex researchers Bill Masters and Virginia Johnson and aired in the fall last year, will return Sunday, July 13 at 10/9c, following the Season 2 premiere of Ray Donovan.
Showtime has given a pilot order to Billions, from New York Times journalist Andrew Ross Sorkin, the network announced Thursday.
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Showtime is taking on "the biggest story of our time" with the documentary series Years of Living Dangerously.
In the upcoming 9-episode series, celebrities including Matt Damon, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Ian Somerhalder, Harrison Ford and more will act as correspondents delving into the different impacts climate change has had and is projected to have on the world. The project aims to show the current and intensifying effects on everyday Americans, while demonstrating how they can take action and be part of the solution.
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"The things [scientists] talk about sometimes don't resonate with the public," Schwarzenegger told reporters during the show's Television Critics Association panel. "There are very simple messages, but only actors will get the ultimate attention. This is why it's important when you're [famous] that you look at the power of communicating and use it for something positive."