Further fest play seems likely for this abrasive feminist drama from debuting writer-helmer Maya Dreifuss.
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Bryan Zuriff, exec producer of Showtime’s “Ray Donovan,” is taking a leave of absence from the show after he plead guilty in a New York online gambling case. Showtime released a statement saying…
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Now that second-screen viewing and audience participation are mainstays, networks can gauge immediate fan reactions and be a part of the conversation. Just how they choose to do that depends on the…
After eight seasons, Showtime's dearly demented drama "Dexter" is ending. The cast and crew gathered June 16 at Hollywood’s Milk Studios to say goodbye and view the final season's first two episodes…
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After middlebrow romance "Cairo Time," Canadian helmer-writer Ruba Nadda returns to a Middle Eastern setting to try her hand at political thriller "Inescapable"; the results do not impress.
Frivolous fun at best, archly affected tedium at worst, "Lay the Favorite" delivers a disappointing hand.
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