As Arrested Development Season 5 inches closer to fruition at Netflix, hopefully undoing the mixed reactions to Season 4's disjointed narrative, it seems the Bluth family might have been in a very different state once upon a time. Executive David Nevins reveals that the series very nearly went to Showtime after its FOX cancellation, if not for a few key disagreements.
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Increasingly rare (and needed) these days, a veil of secrecy has been cast over production of Showtime’s big Twin Peaks revival, now scheduled for 2017 after an episode expansion. David Lynch isn’t keen to show footage anytime soon, but our first teaser for the revived drama teases a frightening return to the famous Washington landscape.
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.
Ever the haven of misguided rumors and nonsense tweets, the internet sent Dexter fans into a blood frenzy over the weekend with suggestions that the series might return as a Showtime revival, but consider this lumberjack’s tall tale officially debunked. Showtime may one day call Dexter out of retirement, but it is not this day.
Is Debs really pregnant? Will Lip stop sleeping with his teacher, or just become one himself? How might Frank cheat the government this year, and who’s complicating Fiona’s love life now? All these answers and more (maybe), with the full trailer for Showtime’s Shameless Season 6.
The pulp origins of a Penny Dreadful haven’t stopped Showtime’s psychosexual drama from going deeper and darker with each episode, and an additional nine in 2016 have the Eva Green series filling with even more dread. Check out the first photo from Season 3 in 2016, along with a full synopsis and new guest stars!
Yesterday saw Twin Peaks fans denied a 2016 cup of coffee with news that Showtime had officially pushed its revival to 2017, but the delay might be worth the wait to return additional alum. Miguel Ferrer is the latest original Twin Peaks star heading back into town for David Lynch’s revival, even as Showtime attempts to keep everything under wraps.
Showtime’s forthcoming Twin Peaks revival has been through a few notable ups and downs since its announcement, nearly losing creator David Lynch, then potentially doubling in size, and all with an uncertain premiere date. Now, despite Showtime’s past optimism for 2016, it looks like that damn fine cup of coffee will have to wait until 2017.
Details of Showtime’s Twin Peaks revival remain under lock and key in the Black Lodge, but that hasn’t stopped a number of major castings from bubbling up like some damn fine coffee. Hateful Eight star Jennifer Jason Leigh is the latest confirmed for our new Twin Peaks, with former David Lynch collaborator Naomi Watts also circling a role.
Just the other day, Showtime’s Shameless gave us our first taste of Season 6 with a plethora of debaucherous teasers, and now the Gallagher family is apt to burn things down even faster. The official premiere has been moved up, while Shameless Season 6 celebrates with its first trailer and poster.