Bryan Cranston’s ‘Your Honor’ Is 'Tackling White Privilege'
Following his iconic role as Walter White in Breaking Bad, Bryan Cranston has returned to television to produce and star in Showtime’s Your Honor. From the start, the miniseries was quite melodramatic, but by December 13’s episode “Part Two,” it’s clear show sees itself as having a role in addressing the treatment of minorities and the poor.
Why Dennis Quaid’s ‘Reagan’ Biopic Can’t Arrive Soon Enough
Hollywood can multitask as well as any industry. Stars, producers and screenwriters spent the last four years castigating anyone, and anything, associated with President Donald Trump. That didn’t stop them from proselytizing about open border policies, gun control and other progressive issues. Showtime is no different.
Sick: Colbert Special Blames Trump for Black Panther Star's Death
Four years after melting down on election night, Stephen Colbert’s live Showtime 2020 election show suffered a similar fate. This time, the former comedian left it to guest Charlamagne tha God for the unhinged freak out. Trump has now won Florida, Ohio and is ahead in Wisconsin and Michigan. Charlamagne tha God snarled, “We are all witnesses. Yet, this election is still close tonight.…
Colbert Show: ‘You’d Have to Be a F***king Idiot' to Vote for Trump
Election Day is just two days away so what better time for a last-minute plea from a late-night show host’s animated political cartoon show to get out the vote for Joe Biden? On November 1, Stephen Colbert’s Our Cartoon President aired on Showtime and did just that.
FLASHBACK: Todd Whined About Trump Humiliating Clinton With Accusers
Another week has passed and journalists are again upset with the Trump/Pence 2020 team for how they handled a debate. This time, Chuck Todd hammered Mike Pence for being “evasive” and “deflecting.” Four years ago today, on October 10, 2016, things were exactly the same. NBC’s Todd was horrified when Donald Trump brought Bill Clinton’s sexual accusers to a debate.
DELUGE: Morning Joe Dedicates 14 Minutes to 'Comey Rule' Promo
On Monday morning, MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough turned the last 14 minutes of Morning Joe into a promotional segment for Showtime’s newest political drama, The Comey Rule, which is based on disgraced former FBI Director James Comey’s autobiography, A Higher Loyalty.
Twisted, Outdated ‘The Comey Rule’ Targets Trump, Flynn in Part Two
In “Night One,” Showtime’s The Comey Rule was a distorted liberal fantasy of lies and made up scenes and the “Night Two” conclusion on Monday wasn’t much different. In the second episode, the biggest target was General Michael Flynn.
‘The Comey Rule’ Is Distorted Liberal Fantasy of Lies, Made Up Scenes
In what The Guardian called “the longest and most star-studded attack ad in history,” the Showtime limited series The Comey Rule is full of distortions and liberal fantasies of what they wish had really happened in the FBI investigations into Hillary Clinton’s email server and Donald Trump’s involvement with Russia.
Actor Calls for 'War' This Election: 'Not a Time to Be Nice' to Right
While journalists constantly blame President Trump for dividing Americans, the Democrat-controlled media and Hollywood seem to be the ones truly motivated to make Americans hate each other. Far-left actor Jeff Daniels didn’t even try to hide this fact while on The View Friday, as he rallied Democrats to stop “being nice” to the right because they’re at “war” with Trump voters.
Colbert’s Cartoon Trashes Trump: Doesn’t ‘Give a S*** About Anyone'
The second half of season three of Showtime’s Our Cartoon President began airing on September 13. The episode titled “Coronavirus” was more of the same from the Stephen Colbert created animated political series.
Showtime Finale on Abortion: ‘Whatever Choice You Make, It’s Right One
Showtime’s The Chi came to an end after three seasons with August 23’s episode, “A Couple, Two, Three.” A remaining storyline was whether Kiesha (Birgundi Baker) was going to have an abortion following a kidnapping and rape.
Showtime’s ‘The Chi’ Hopes Teen Won't Be 'Next Ben Carson'
From its start, the third season of Showtime’s The Chi has focused on its anti-police narrative. The show has pushed other race based narratives, as well. July 12’s episode, “Gangway,” featured Kevin (Alex R. Hibbert) and his mother, Nina (Tyla…
Chicago Drama Pushes Anti-Police Narrative By Removing Them
A major plotline for season 3 of Showtime’s The Chi involves the disappearance of 18-year-old Kiesha Williams (Birgundi Baker). July 5’s episode “Buss Down” further explores the consequences of the disappearance, specifically the perception of the need for (or lack thereof) police in the black community of Chicago.
‘Gayest Season Ever’ of ‘The Chi’ Introduces Trans Woman
“It’s definitely the gayest season ever,” said Lena Waithe, creator of Showtime’s The Chi, which is in its third season, when she appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden. Last week’s season premiere opened up with a wedding between two women, which Waithe lauded.