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Things We Saw Today: Ruth Wilson Not “Allowed” to Discuss Exit From The Affair

Spoilers for The Affair.

Well, that's not weird or suspect at all.

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Gal Gadot in Talks to Play Actor and Inventor Hedy Lamarr in Showtime Limited Series

Shut up and take my money/stolen Showtime subscription!

Gal Gadot is on a mission to play badass women and we are The Wonder Woman star is circling a limited series project from Sarah Treem (The Affair) about the life of Hedy Lamarr. Gadot has expressed interest in playing the role, and it's easy to see why. Hedy Lamarr was a certified badass.

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Things We Saw Today: How to Order Butterbeer at Starbucks

Starbucks now offers two "secret" Harry Potter drinks: the Butterbeer Latte and the Butterbeer Frappuccino. And as with most "secret" drinks, you just have to know how to order them.

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The Chi Is Lena Waithe’s Way of Paying It Forward to Her Hometown

Seeing yourself on television for the first time is an extraordinary experience because it then shows you exactly what you have been missing this entire time.

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SMILF Is an Amazing Show With a Bad Title

When I first started seeing the television posters for the Showtime show SMILF, I just kept thinking that it was a super unfortunate title for a show. But as they say, don't judge a show by its clickbait title.

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Here’s Hoping The L Word Lives Up to Its Promise of a “More Inclusive” Reboot

2004's The L Word, which ran on Showtime for six seasons, was revolutionary for being the first mainstream TV show that focused exclusively on a group of queer women, their lives and loves. However, it wasn't a perfect show by any stretch of the imagination (and I'm not just talking about the sudden careening into Murder-Mystery Town). However, creator Ilene Chaiken promised that its next iteration will be better on the inclusion front.

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Lena Waithe’s New Showtime Series The Chi Already Looks Like a Must-Watch

Ever since I first got to know her work on Master of None, especially the awesomeness that was the Emmy-winning "Thanksgiving" episode, which she co-wrote with show creator, Aziz Ansari, I've been down for anything Lena Waithe-related. Well now, she's got her own show coming to Showtime, and it looks amazing! Check out the trailer after the jump!

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A Tale of Two Davids: Ayer in Talks for Scarface Reboot and Lynch on New Twin Peaks Episodes

In the continual rehashing of things you loved back in the day, Scarface is next on the list but early details make it sound promising.

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I Don’t Know If I’m Ready to Return to Twin Peaks

What I want and what I need are two different things, Audrey.

A new teaser trailer for Showtime's Twin Peaks revival has me wondering if you can ever really go home to the uncanny town in Washington state again.

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Check Out the First Glimpse of Agent Dale Cooper in New Teaser For Showtime’s Twin Peaks

With the new Twin Peaks coming to Showtime (not to mention Riverdale, which seems to want to be Twin Peaks, Jr.), I feel like I should probably give the original another whirl. The vibe of the marketing we've seen so far, including the teaser after the jump, has me intrigued.

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Things We Saw Today: Hidden Figures Beat Out Rogue One to Become #1 Movie in America

Black girls rock.

For anyone doubting diversity, it's time to have a seat. Hidden Figures is the number one movie in the country after raking in $22.8 million, thus dethroning Rogue One and exceeding expectations in the process.

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Emmy Rossum Wins Pay Dispute, Shameless Renewed For Eighth Season, Hollywood a Slightly Better Place

Last week, we reported on Emmy Rossum's pay dispute with Showtime and Warner Bros. Television, which left a renewal of Showtime's hit show, Shameless, hanging in the balance. Well, today, there's some excellent news for Rossum, for Shameless, and for the fight against a gendered wage gap.

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[UPDATED]: Emmy Rossum Halts Renewal on Showtime’s Shameless to Fight For Equal Pay

It's thrilling to watch as more and more women in Hollywood are standing up to gender inequality in all forms, from hiring to the wage gap. The latest of these is Shameless Emmy Rossum, who's in a unique and privileged position to set an important precedent.

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Twin Peaks Cast Talks Return to Series

We get glimpses of both the old and the new cast members!

Given that the series has already wrapped filming, could it be safe to assume that a trailer chock full of brand new footage is on the way?

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Well, Dang. Last Night’s Season Finale of Penny Dreadful Was Also the Last Episode Ever.

To have belief in anything with such confidence is heroic.

Spoilers for Penny Dreadful "The Blessed Dark" to follow! For real!

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Things We Saw Today: Penny Dreadful Season 3 Trailer

Are you excited for the return of Penny Dreadful? Showtime released a trailer for Season 3 today over at their YouTube channel. Enjoy! Penny Dreadful returns May 1st.

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Sherilyn Fenn is Returning to Twin Peaks

It's too dreamy.

Fenn joins her former co-star Kyle Maclachlan, who will be returning as Special Agent Dale Cooper--fans of the show will recall Cooper and Audrey having something of a will-they-won't-they vibe way back when. According to reports, Fenn will have a "major presence" on the show as Audrey this time around.

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New Twin Peaks Footage Is Finally Here and Suitably Haunting

That's a damn blurry man.

If I were Showtime I probably wouldn't have chosen this particular week to present some new Twin Peaks footage, but David Lynch does what David Lynch wants, Star Wars be damned.

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Street Artists Protest Racist Portrayals of Arabs on Showtime’s Homeland Through Subversive Set Design

It's not news that Homeland has faced criticism for for perpetuating negative stereotypes of Muslims and Arabs, as well as its inaccuracy with regard to the terrorists depicted on the show. Well, three Arab street artists that were employed for "authenticity" to create graffiti on a Syrian refugee camp set decided to use the opportunity to make a statement, and the fact that they got away with it pretty much shines a spotlight on the show's race problem.

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The Man From Another Planet Boogies Down in New Twin Peaks Teaser

I've got good news.

A teaser for the new season of Twin Peaks is here! Yes, this is all old footage, but it's also proof that it's really and truly happening again!

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