Showtime's LGBTQ-inclusive series follows two gay men as they embark on a decadeslong romance that stretches from the 1950s to the '80s.
The series starring Viola Davis, Michelle Pfeiffer and Gillian Anderson will not be returning for another season after lukewarm reviews.
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Showtime's forthcoming series is billed as "an epic love story" that follows two queer men as they embark on a turbulent romance across four decades.
"Not everything is going to be an awards-worthy performance," Davis said of her role in Showtime's "The First Lady."
The series, which explores the inner lives of three former first ladies, also stars Michelle Pfeiffer as Betty Ford and Gillian Anderson as Eleanor Roosevelt.
The trailer suggests the disgraced comedian has long been hiding in plain sight, "dropping breadcrumbs" about who he was, as one woman puts it.
The “WandaVision” star is set to portray the comedy legend in "The Comeback Girl," but many feel the role should have gone to a Jewish actor.
Twenty years after Showtime’s “Soul Food,” family dynamics still fuel the TV veteran — and she has plenty to share with the next generation of storytellers.
In "Fleabag," "This Way Up" and "Back To Life," TV is embracing personal growth that's actually realistic.