Is Showtime Doing Damage Control for the Disgraced Lincoln Project?
The Lincoln Project formed in 2019 to stop President Donald Trump from earning a second term.
Today? The group is better known for seismic scandals, fleeing executives and a willingness to take down other GOP favorites … including Gov. Ron DeSantis. Does Showtime want to bring the group back from the political abyss? The same network that produced the wildly inaccurate Comey Rule…
Michelle Pfeiffer Happy to Play ‘Pro-Choice,’ ‘Feminist’ Betty Ford
Appearing on NBC’s Today show Thursday morning, actress Michelle Pfeiffer talked about how eager she was to play the late First Lady Betty Ford for Showtime’s upcoming 10-part series, The First Lady. While discussing the new role with co-host Savannah Guthrie, Pfieffer hailed the wife of late President Gerald Ford as a “pro-choice Republican” who “took on a feminist agenda…
Showtime's American Rust: 'Move or Shut Down' Is Price of Unionization
This week, Showtime's American Rust dramatized the conflict between a local small businessman and his employees in an economically desperate Rust Belt Pennsylvania town.
'L Word' Reboot Pushes Trans Hormones for Kids Against Parent Wishes
Showtime's L Word: Generation Q pushed the idea of puberty blockers for minors this week, even when parents are against it.
Showtime Comedy: Gender Reveals ‘Heteronormative BS That Ruins Lives'
Perhaps unsurprisingly for a semi-biographical show about Abby McEnany, “a 45-year-old self-identified fat, queer dyke,” Showtime’s Work in Progress pushes the nonsense that gender is a spectrum in the September 5 episode. That attitude is sadly shared by Abby’s 10-year-old nephew, Matty (Kenny Rasmussen), who is being taught the same baloney in school.
Lame Showtime Comedy Goes Back to '80s to Bash Reagan as ‘Dummy’
Showtime premiered the second season of the LGBTQ dark comedy Work in Progress on August 22, with two episodes, one of which went back to the 1980s to bash President Ronald Reagan as a “dummy,” with Nancy Reagan being the one "actually running the country."
Rosie O'Donnell's 'L Word' Character: Hillary Loss 'All I Think About'
Season two of Showtime's The L Word: Generation Q premiered on Sunday, August 8, and the new season found a way to make the show even worse than last season. It introduced a lesbian fiancée played by Rosie O'Donnell who bemoans the fact that women sometimes lose elections.
‘The Chi’ Celebrates Defunding the Police, But 50 Shot This Weekend
Showtime's The Chi officially jumped the shark this season with their ridiculous defunding the police storyline that saw community protection groups step in instead. Even worse, in “Raisin in the Sun,” the August 1 season 4 finale, they laughably declared the experiment a success, saying, "The people of Chicago don't need policing. They need protection from the police." What's not…
Showtime Dark Comedy: White Trans Teen Talk of ‘Designing’ Black Penis
A dark comedy premiered on Showtime on July 18 that centers around a depressed, suicidal widow and her grown daughter’s family. Adding to the mix is a teen character who was born female but hopes to transition to male.
Sick Showtime Series Turns Last Supper Into Homoerotic Makeout Scene
Showtime’s Black Monday turned the Last Supper into a homoerotic scene with “Jesus” making out with one of his apostles and Mary Magdalene.
'80s Showtime Comedy: ‘Insane How Many Cops Are White Supremacists’
The Showtime "comedy" Black Monday claimed this week that all cops are white supremacists except police dogs. The show, set in the 1980s, regularly attacks Christians, conservatives and Republicans. The writers could not resist also tossing in contemporary BLM anti-police rhetoric into a late 1980s scene.
‘The Chi:’ ‘F*ck the Police,' City Moves to ‘Community Protection'
Three episodes into season four of Showtime’s The Chi and it looks like the war with the police is here to stay.
‘80s Showtime Comedy Bashes Conservatives as ‘Bigots United'
Republicans are bigots who like killing baby ducks at NRA events, framing people for assassination attempts and do not worry about reality. So says the unwatchable Showtime "comedy" Black Monday, set in the late 1980s.