Showtime will keep its hungry fans satisfied this summer with 'Dexter''s eighth and final season as well as the premiere of Liev Schreiber fixer drama 'Ray Donovan,' but it's the buzzworthy period drama 'Masters of Sex' we can't wait to get a look at. Premiering September 29 alongside 'Homeland' season 3, the series has debuted a new video that sees Lizzy Caplan go behind the scenes, but is it as revealing as the show itself?
Masters of Sex
While Showtime has given us the early gift of presenting 'Dexter's eighth (and potentially final) season in June rather than September, we're still excited to check out its sexy new period drama 'Masters of Sex' when it premieres in September in 'Dexter's old spot. And while 'Masters of Sex' boasted an impressive cast already, we've learned that 'Reno 911!' and 'Bridesmaids' star Wendi McLendon-Covey has joined the cast in a recurring role! Find out how much you'll be seeing of Wendi McLendon-Covey on 'Masters of Sex' inside!
As much as we love our yearly does of Showtime's 'Dexter,' the wait time in between seasons can be torturous given the shocking cliffhangers doled out each year. Thankfully, 'Dexter' fans will be excited to learn that Showtime has decided to premiere 'Dexter's likely final year early, debuting in June 2013! So why the big change? Find out why 'Dexter' fans will be seeing season 8 early inside!
Showtime is about to have some major holes in its schedule created by the respective finales of both 'Dexter's seventh season and 'Homeland's sophomore run, and even with the returning Sunday lineup of 'Shameless,' 'House of Lies' and 'Californication' plenty of new dramas are waiting in the wings. Enter 'Masters of Sex' and 'Ray Donovan' putting together an impressive mix of stars that includes Michael Sheen, Lizzay Caplan, Liev Schrieber and even John Voight! Are you ready for a first look at Showtime's new dramas?
Looks like ol' 'Dexter' and Carrie Matheson of 'Homeland' are going to have some major company on Showtime next year, as the network has just picked up to series two high-profile new dramas. The first will mark Liev Schrieber's first foray into regular TV with a contemporary new L.A. drama, but what is it about Showtime's long-gestating 'Masters of Sex' that's going to have people talking next season?