Roy Moore ended an interview after a device that Sacha Baron Cohen said could detect sex offenders continued to go off whenever it came near the former Senate candidate.
“The Affair” has been renewed for Season 5 at Showtime, which will be the critically-acclaimed drama’s final season. The renewal comes ahead of the Season 4 finale, which will air Aug. 19 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. “We love the intimacy, the nuance and the emotional honesty of ‘The Affair’s’ subjective examination of both infidelity and […]
Sacha Baron Cohen tricked former Vice President Dick Cheney into signing a "waterboard kit" and offered it on eBay, with proceeds going to Amnesty International.
Showtime has ordered a pilot for “Now What With Amanda de Cadenet,” the network’s first-ever news magazine show. The half-hour weekly series will explore America’s current social, sexual, cultural and political issues from de Cadenet’s feminist point of view. “It’s a historically significant time to be a woman — and an incredibly divisive time in our culture,” de Cadenet said in a press release Tuesday.
Rudy Giuliani was unaware that he was on speakerphone when he defended Michael Cohen and trashed Michael Avenatti — with Avenatti hearing every word.
The actor's performance is a tour de force, as he plays a drugged-out, upper-class Englishman in Showtime's five-part "Patrick Melrose."
Anthony Scaramucci shared the legal advice he gave Michael Cohen and weighed in on whether or not he thinks Cohen will cooperate with the FBI.
At once moving and chilly, the Showtime doc tries to sum up the life force that was beneath the music that Whitney Houston made but can only speculate.
With Episodes about to come to an end — happily, a perfect and satisfying ending — we thought it was the perfect time to chat with series creators David Crane and Jeffrey Klarik about the inspiration behind the industry-spoofing Showtime comedy: themselves. Crane and Klarik, Emmy and Golden Globe nominated for Episodes, talked to Yahoo TV about their history of collaboration, how they first met, the specific ways Sean and Beverly mirror their relationship, and why they chose Friends star Matt LeBlanc to play a hilariously tweaked version of himself in Episodes.
As a child of the ’90s, 22-year-old RJ Cyler missed out on the ’70s heyday of such groundbreaking standup comics as Richard Pryor and George Carlin. “My dad was always a person of the old school era,” Cyler tells Yahoo TV about time-traveling back to the ’70s to play Adam, a young African-American comic pursuing dreams of stardom even in the face of prejudice.
The new '70s-set Showtime series about the onstage and offstage lives of a group of standup comics, premieres June 4. It does not kill.