Mr. Spencer, a Georgia lawmaker who proposed a bill that could have banned facial veils in public, was duped into an embarrassing appearance in “Who Is America?”
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Ms. Palin has called the British comedian “truly sick” and “evil,” having realized she will apparently appear in his new Showtime series.
Showtime’s and perspective- and time-fracturing soap opera returns for a fourth season of sex, death, psychological baggage and 24/7 childish behavior.
The Showtime documentary, which chronicles 16 months in the life of The New York Times, is occasionally illuminating. But it also can be superficial and oblivious.
In this mini-series, beginning Sunday, an idiosyncratic actor tackles the troubled hero of Edward St. Aubyn’s celebrated series of novels.
He portrayed Hamlet. With “Patrick Melrose,” adapted from Edward St. Aubyn’s novels, Mr. Cumberbatch plays another messed-up rich kid with daddy issues.
After the deadly events of Season 6, the heroine of Showtime’s spy thriller is on her own. Can she save the country and still stay on her meds?
Amid an endless array of Trump spoofs, Showtime’s comedy manages to be mean and toothless at the same time.
The new Showtime drama from Lena Waithe is not so much a crime story as a story about what happens after a crime.
A long-awaited moment finally arrives.