The good news keeps rolling out at Showtime after Twin Peaks finally got its 2017 premiere date. Not only is The Affair renewed for Season 4 weeks ahead of its finale, but so too has Jamie Foxx and SNL alum Jay Pharoah’s White Famous comedy been picked up to series.
Just when you thought there was no way your week could get any more depressing, Showtime’s The Affair wants to say otherwise. Head to prison, enjoy a cadre of disillusioned and broken adults attempting to rebuild their lives, and hang out with Brendan Fraser in the full Season 3 premiere, now online!
Like the best of TV series heavily rooted in flashback, The Affair must eventually give up its central gimmick. Season 3 looks to be that time by the first trailer, as the spoilery sneak peek reveals a major time jump, and even more betrayals to replace its central mystery.
Just when you thought a huge leap forward for Homeland could be the biggest Showtime news of the day, in swoops the cable network with not one, but three future premieres. Not only will Shameless air two seasons in one year for the first time, but Masters of Sex and The Affair have their fall 2016 dates as well.
With a new adventure comes new friends (and foes), and Dory will be meeting a whole host of unfamiliar faces in Finding Dory, Pixar’s long-awaited follow-up to Finding Nemo. As the title suggests, it’s the endearingly absent-minded blue fish who takes the spotlight this time around, but you’re already well-acquainted with Dory and her pals. It’s time to get to know a few of the other characters we’ll meet in the upcoming sequel.
HBO’s The Wire famously shifted focus to different corners of Baltimore between seasons, but did you know creator David Simon based the series on his real-life time as a police reporter? Or that many real public officials and criminals actually played themselves? Get ready to hit them corners, as the 37th episode of ‘You Think You Know TV?’ goes all in the game for HBO’s The Wire!
Whether or not you dedicate your Sunday viewings to Homeland and The Affair, it shouldn’t surprise that Seasons 5 and 2 won’t be the last for either. Showtime has officially renewed both its long-running counter-terrorism drama and the extramarital mind-bender for new 2016 orders.
Divisive Showtime drama The Affair has a bit to prove in its second season, and isn’t going to wait for its October premiere. Rather than airing on October 4 with Season 5 of Homeland, The Affair has released its full Season 2 premiere to YouTube over a week ahead of schedule.
The fifth season of Showtime’s Homeland offered a quick sneak peek of Carrie’s German adventures just before Comic-Con, and now we have an official target date for the next mission. Homeland Season 5 has set an October premiere by its new key art, while critical breakout The Affair will conjure up fluid Season 2 memories on the same date.
Showtime’s The Affair proved a breakout hit with critics through its first season, but will the acclaimed drama succeed or suffer a sophomore slump in Season 2? The first full trailer for the new fall season has arrived, and Pacey Joshua Jackson’s finger guns might spell a deadly end for one of our leads.