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From Inside the BoxSays Francois Arnaud, "It was just that incredible journey from innocent little boy to mass murderer, army general, incestuous brother. It was fascinating every step of the way. It's like 20 roles in one."...
"Homeland" swept the two lead acting drama categories last year. Could another first-year series be poised to duplicate the feat? Let's look at the four drama acting races to see if it might be in the cards. LEAD ACTOR, DRAMA Kevin Spacey, "House of...
VarietyImmediately following the June 10 world premiere of "Man of Steel" at Alice Tully Hall, Warner Bros. bussed guests down to Chelsea's Moynihan Station. There they dined at Skylight, an industrial space transformed by Hollywood elves into a nightclub...
From Inside the BoxShowtime has canceled "The Borgias" after three seasons and the series finale will air on June 16....
VarietyShowtime has opted not to go forward on period drama "The Borgias," announcing Wednesday that the show's June 16 season-ender will be its final episode. The show, which chronicled the infamous dynastic family and was shot entirely on location in...
Tags: Neil Jordan, Gina McKee, Colm Feore, Joanne Whalley, Sean Harris
"The Borgias," Showtime's drama about the infamous Borgia dynasty controlled by Pope Alexander VI, will end its run with its third season finale on June 16. Creator and executive producer Neil Jordan said he recently decided not to proceed with a fourth...
RedEyeIt's a testament to the acting ability of Gina McKee that even when she doesn't appear in an episode of "The Borgias," her character, Catherina Sforza, looms large in the storytelling. The head of the Sforza clan of Milan, Catherina is the most...
Tags: Italy, Entertainment, Gina McKee, Julia Roberts, Celebrities
The Kansas City StarEvil men lurk in the shadows of most television worth watching. Pick up the remote, and you'll soon find a woman being attacked. The choices are limited for those not seeking the very worst of human nature during their leisure time. Most successful...
"Mad Men" owned the drama series Emmy for four years running before "Homeland" knocked if off last season. Both shows delivered seasons this year that offer detractors reasons to look elsewhere. Will they? Here's how the field is shaping up. DRAMA...
RedEyeWell, "The Borgias" finally went there. (Spoiler alert! Stop if you haven't seen Seaosn 3, Episode 3.) It's taken more than two seasons, but the delicate dance between Cesare and Lucrezia Borgia finally ended with more than flirtation in Season 3's third...
RedEyeIn "The Borgias," Francois Arnaud says, his character is finally "the Cesare Borgia he was meant to be, he always wanted to be." He's also the Cesare Borgia that Arnaud always expected to play--"a warrior, a politician, a go-getter, really. He's now free...
Staff writerThis weekend: Awards, comedy, a finale and premieres, including the promising "Parts Unknown." Anthony Bourdain is good company, and that makes him good television. He was wonderful on "No Reservations," and he flourishes on "Parts Unknown," debuting at...
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