After Oscar Win, Taika Waititi Eyes a Gory, Psychedelic Hollywood Satire Starring Jude Law

After winning the Oscar for Best Adapted screenplay for his Nazi satire “Jojo Rabbit,” Taika Waititi has reportedly signed on to co-write, executive produce, and direct some episodes of a limited series from Showtime, “The Auteur.” The series, which is still in development, would see Waititi adapting the psychedelic graphic novel of the same name

‘Kidding’ Season 2 Review: Jim Carrey’s Showtime Comedy Delivers on Its Ambitious Potential

The new season of “Kidding” is exactly the kind of Season 2 every show should strive for. Dave Holstein’s debut episodes offered an intriguing premise, imaginative storytelling, and strong performances (especially from star Jim Carrey), but the show’s morbid subject matter was overly emphasized by dark atmospherics and difficult tonal swings — a black comedy

Showtime Touts Subscriber Growth, Teases ‘Halo,’ and Sets Final Season of ‘Shameless’ — TCA 

“Shameless” is getting an eleventh and final season, “Work in Progress” and “The L Word: Generation Q” will both get second seasons, and Pablo Schreiber as Master Chief looks exactly like Master Chief from the Xbox video game. It was a busy morning for ViacomCBS’s premium cable network, whose co-presidents Gary Levine and Jana Winograde

‘On Becoming a God’ Star Discusses That Kinky, Slap-Happy Scene

[Editor’s Note: The following interview contains spoilers for “On Becoming a God in Central Florida” Episode 4, “Manifest Destinee.”] On Showtime’s satirical “On Becoming a God in Central Florida,” the destructive FAM pyramid scheme has torn families apart and could even be blamed for the death of one character by alligator. But on Sunday’s episode,

‘On Becoming a God’: Alexander Skarsgård’s Unrecognizable Turn Is Utterly Divine

[Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers from “On Becoming a God in Central Florida” Episode 1, “The Stinker Thinker.”] In most of Alexander Skarsgård’s leading man roles, he’s almost ethereally attractive. His turn in Showtime’s “On Becoming a God in Central Florida,” however, is distinctly different. He’s a gangly guy with bad posture, a mullet-like

Things We Saw Today: The L Word: Generation Q Shows Us Old Favorites and New Characters In First Teaser

From 2004-2009, The L Word both broke ground and was a problematic favorite for lesbian women and queer audiences. Series creator Ilene Chaiken is once more producing the series on Showtime, hopefully with slightly better representation across the board. The teaser not only shows us glimpses of some of the new characters, but some returning