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    John Logan on 'Penny Dreadful' Season 2, Keeping Secrets from Actors and Why James Bond Shouldn't Come to TV

    "When surprises happen, they should feel inevitable. The last thing you want to do is cheat an audience."

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    Review: 'Penny Dreadful' Season 2 Amps Up the Evil, Eroticism and Evil Eroticism

    John Logan introduces a new villain — and lots of nakedness — for Season 2.

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    Watch: Let YouTube Stars Get You Ready for 'Penny Dreadful' Season 2

    Recaps, makeup looks, and immortality — oh my!

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    Watch: Showtime Releases 'Penny Dreadful' Season 2 and 'Happyish' Premieres Online

    Watch the season premiere episodes for free!

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    Showtime's Smug 'HAPPYish' Is a Curmudgeon's Defense of Society's Most Sacred Cow

    Steve Coogan plays a sad-sack ad man in this bitter, lazy series that is almost entirely without human texture.

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    Stream the Season Premiere of Showtime's Bloody Good 'Penny Dreadful' Now

    Eva Green, Josh Hartnett and the gang return for another season of madness.

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    Tig Notaro Went 'Through Hell' and to Strangers' Houses, But Stayed Very, Very Funny

    "I really feel like a lucky person. I’m very aware of what I have and what I made it through, and I’m so thankful that I was helpful in any way to people."

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    Complete 'Twin Peaks' Season 3 Rundown: What David Lynch, Showtime and the Cast Are Saying

    A sure thing was put into doubt on Easter Sunday, thanks to David Lynch publicly withdrawing from his cult show's potential revivial. There are facts, and there are rumors; both create a mystery as complex (if not nearly as weird) as the show inspiring it all.

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