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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.
The comedian has finally explained why his undercover interview with Palin never made it into his Showtime series "Who Is America?"
The congresswoman also said some of the memes made about her are "so weak."
With a reboot on the horizon, dozens of LGBTQ community members dissect the Showtime series' herstory.
The journalist discussed the LeBron James' Showtime documentary series "Shut Up and Dribble" that she narrates.
The "Gladiator" star portrays Ailes in a Showtime series slated for 2019.
The 'Who Is America?' interview with the failed U.S. Senate candidate from Alabama is definitely squirm-worthy.
Pulling down his pants, mocking Asian people, and shouting the n-word on national television was just enough to get this Georgia state representative to resign.