Jacob Latimore is starring as Emmett in the Showtime series “The Chi.” Jacob Latimore is best known for his roles in Black Nativity, The Maze Runner, Collateral Beauty, Detroit, and starting his career off as a singer.
How do big names like Bowen Yang, Fran Lebowitz, Phoebe Bridgers, and Patti Harrison all end up in the same room? With the power of Ziwe, of course.
Actress Lauren E. Banks is starring in Showtime’s “City on a Hill.” Banks is best known as a racial equality activist which has helped her play the role of Siobhan Quays in the Showtime series.
Showtime’s new hit legal drama series, YOUR HONOR, starring Bryan Cranston (Michael Desiato) and Hunter Doohan (Adam Desiato), season finale is quickly approaching and airs February 14. No Valentine’s Day plans? Well, now you do. And if you’re wondering if the show is worth the hype? Yes, yes it is.
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American Selfie: One Nation Shoots Itself rolls back time to ongoings of politics and social issues’ intersections with commodity, capitalism, technology, and vanity. From the maskless fall of 2019 to the chants of Summer 2020 protests, filmmaker and journalist Alexandra Pelosi, exposes the ongoing chasms in United States cities.
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In the thrilling series “The Good Lord Bird” viewers are faced with a creative take on the harsh period of the antebellum south, sprinkled with brilliant writing that will have you smirking at some of the most poignant scenes.
On Thursday, October 17th Showtime and Bloomberg held a special screening and Q & A for The Kingmaker at The Whitby Hotel.
As Mickey’s illegitimate son on Showtime’s hit drama series, ‘Ray Donovan’, Daryll (Pooch Hall) has quite the interesting story to tell as he is roped into his family’s mischievous schemes.
The New York Times versus Donald Trump is the great David and Goliath of the decade- or at least, that’s how it feels after watching part one of the documentary series that recently won the Times a Pulitzer Prize.