Showtime has confirmed that the upcoming series “The President is Missing,” based on a book written by Bill Clinton and James Patterson is going into production in 2020. David Oyelowo has been cast in the lead role as the Vice President.
He’s known as the villain Moriarty in the BBC series Sherlock and the hot priest in the Amazon comedy Fleabag. Soon, Andrew Scott will be the talented Mr. Ripley for Showtime’s adaptation of the best-selling novels by Patricia Highsmith.
Viola Davis, the star of “How To Get Away With Murder,” has set a new project. She’s starring and producing a series for showtime called “First Ladies,” where she will portray Michelle Obama.
Lena Headey, the erstwhile villain of “Game of Thrones” on HBO, has booked her next show after the end of her successful fantasy series. The actress is starring in the pilot production of a drama/comedy titled “Rita.” She will also serve as one of the show’s executive producers.
Showtime has announced that Michael Gladis (Mad Men) has joined “Penny Dreadful: City of Angels,” the next chapter of the “Penny Dreadful” saga, as a series regular.
#PabloSchreiber, known for his work on #AmericanGods and #OrangeistheNewBlack, has boarded the live-adaptation version of the Xbox video game series #Halo on Showtime.
Starting on January 1st, SHOWTIME will give viewers an early opportunity to sample the highly-anticipated premieres of its new drama series BILLIONS and the hit returning comedy SHAMELESS across multiple platforms, in advance of their linear debuts on SHOWTIME.
“Twin Peaks” on Showtime is currently in production and will be aired on the small screen in 2016.
“Homeland” actor Damian Lewis is returning to television with a new series. Alongside Oscar-nominated actor Paul Giamatti, they will appear in the Showtime series “Billions.”
Josh Charles surprised everyone with his exit on “The Good Wife” on CBS last season. Now, the actor is making a bid for a TV comeback with a major role in Showtime’s “Masters of Sex.”