The Borgias

Edward Akrout has a big presence in the UK but now he's trickled to the other side of the pond. Off screen, Edward made his debut in the art world this year, showcasing his paintings at Café Royal, and Hoxton in London.
When the social media frenzy collides with television obsession, sometimes it seems that television viewers are busier writing about their favorite shows than actually watching them.
TV superfans, you've been emailing, tweeting and commenting at me and my fellow TV journalists for the past several weeks about a few changes in the TV landscape that you're unhappy about. Now, don't take this the wrong way, but you're doing it wrong.
"We looked hard at doing a two-hour finale," Showtime's David Nevins said at TCA. "The economics of it just didn't make sense
"The Borgias" may have been cancelled, but fans can still find reasons to smile thanks to the Season 3 blooper reel that
Fans have been trying to convince Showtime to reverse its decision in June to cancel the show after three seasons and revive
Today, as the rich get richer and the poor get poorer, it seems we are approach a new Middle Ages in America, as inequality increasingly spreads through the land.
"The Borgias" airs Sundays at 10 p.m. ET on Showtime. “I never thought I would make a cable series and have enjoyed every
Is "The Borgias" getting cancelled? Maybe, but Showtime is keeping it vague. “I would like to finish it with a two-hour movie
If you've watched a television period drama in the last few years, there's a good chance it was scored by composer Trevor Morris. Morris has become a veritable time-traveler, musically taking us back to the distant past with a modern twist.
It is time for the return of Nurse Jackie and The Borgias. Both of these series have their core fans. I can understand it with Nurse Jackie but what are they seeing in The Borgias that I am not?
Academy Award-Winning Actor Jeremy Irons joins Josh in-studio to discuss playing history in The Borgias.
Showtime's papal drama The Borgias, set to return for season three on April 14, really couldn't have picked a better time to return.
What was it like going from ancient history to a modern cautionary tale? I caught up with Morris, to find out what it was like working on Olympus Has Fallen and why audiences are in for a non-stop thrill ride.
Year-end lists are a holiday tradition along the lines of mistletoe and eggnog. Some people love it and some people hate it, but like clockwork, every year critics and viewers alike start listing the shows that were naughty and the ones that were nice.
Nevins debuted clips from "Masters of Sex," the story of sex researchers William Masters and Virginia Johnson, and from "Ray
Check out our slideshow for more TV picks for the week. Summer is in full swing on the small screen, with a number of high
Thus far, the second season of "The Borgias" is averaging a little more than 500,000 viewers per episode. Click through the
The bar for gratuitous, arbitrary, and generally female nudity is getting more and more extreme while appearing less and less essential. So let's go down the list at both networks, in no particular order, and flesh out a few of the more egregious examples.
Premiering last season amongst a crop of period fare, The Borgias managed to do well by flying mostly under the radar. Like most families, things in the Borgia household are far from perfect in the show's second season.