Already renewed for a second season, Showtime's period drama 'Masters of Sex' has quickly emerged as one of the best new dramas of 2013, thanks in large part to the revelatory performances of series leads Lizzy Caplan and Michael Sheen. Less than halfway through the inaugural season however, should we be worried about Showtime's infamous tendency to stretch series beyond their limits? A new interview about the show's future already has us clutching the sheets in anticipation.
We'll be honest, we had no idea what to make of Will Ferrell's upcoming IFC miniseries 'The Spoils of Babylon,' crafting a fake soap-opera-esque narrative around such incredible star power as Kristen Wiig, Tobey Maguire, Jessica Alba and Ferrell himself, among others. Now, the first star-studded trailer for the project has emerged, and if anything, we're even more confused.
Showtime may have put one of its most iconic series to pasture last night (for good, we hope), but will soon bounce right back with next Sunday's premiere of 'Homeland' season 3 and original drama 'Masters of Sex.' The Michael Sheen-Lizzy Caplan period drama has earned rave reviews across the board thus far, but why not see for yourself in two brand new sneak peeks?
A few weeks' time will see some our favorite TV series evaporate into thin air, as both 'Breaking Bad' and 'Dexter' come to a close, but we've already got a new favorite for Sunday nights. Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan's showtime drama 'Masters of Sex' has officially hit the web with the online release of its pilot episode, and you won't want to wait until September 29 to check it out!
My oh my, and we thought Will Ferrell's upcoming miniseries 'The Spoils of Babylon' had enough star power between Ferrell himself, 'SNL' alum Kristen Wiig, 'The Great Gatsby''s Tobey Maguire and Haley Joel Osment. Now IFC has announced the full cast, including some new, big-name additions!
This is the state of independent cinema. Talented actors like Michael Sheen and Toni Collette making something that looks a little cute, and little twee. Dennis Lee's 'Jesus Henry Christ' will hit theaters April 20 and now there's a trailer for this film, and a poster.