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Michael C. Hall, Jon Voight, Matt LeBlanc and more stars from the popular Showtime series gather in Beverly Hills to celebrate the holidays; Usher, Amber Riley and more tribute Scooter Braun, Jane Lynch and Caren Brooks at the Southern California's ACLU Bill of Rights Dinner; Justin Bieber, Ke$ha, Psy and more perform for the second night of KIIS Jingle Ball; Betty White and adorable four-legged friends help celebrate the first anniversary of Love & Leashes at Westside Pavilion—find out more about L.A.'s top events from Monday in this installment of Last Night's Parties.
David Duchovny, Emmy Rossum, Sophia Bush and many more hit The CW, CBS and Showtime's Summer TCA Tour Party; Claire Danes and Bryan Cranston step out for the 28th Annual Television Critics Association Awards in Beverly Hills; Maria Menounos and Derek Hough show off their fancy footwork at a charity gala; Nigel Lythgoe joins the British Consul at her home for a launch celebration of the London Olympics—get the rundown of the weekend's biggest events around L.A. in today's installment of Last Night's Parties. More»
Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis fake debate politics at The Grove, Step Up Revolution dancers tear up the red carpet, Thomas Jane goes shoeless once more with James Murphy and Moby at the Shut Up And Play The Hits premiere, Freida Pinto hosts a dinner for Flaunt Magazine, and Mary-Louise Parker breaks out cake and champagne for the 100th episode of "Weeds" more; let them eat cake, y'all -- it's all about food and music in this Wednesday edition of Last Night's Parties. More»
Move over, Fox and CNN. There are some more political television shows in town. Television hasn't been so wrought with political shows since the days of The West Wing and the shortly lived Commander-In-Chief. The upcoming election has revamped America's love affair of political scandal and the people who must clean it up. Check out these shows hitting the airwaves and cast your vote by tuning in. More»
Dennis Quaid and Aimee Teegarden step out for Beneath The Darkness; Emily Blunt kicks off a Palm Springs Film Festival; Emmy Rossum, William H. Macy, Kristen Bell, and more celebrate two Showtime original series premieres; Ewan McGregor, Channing Tatum hit the Haywire premiere and after party hosted by Playboy—Wednesday and Thursday night were all about the business we call show here in L.A. and we have all the details in this pre-weekend edition of Last Night's Parties. More»
It was a starry night at Cinema Society & Showtime's Homeland Premiere on Saturday, literally. From dapper actors to the gorgeous fashionistas, the long list of affluent guests all showed up for the film's screening and party under the full August moon. Actors included Claire Danes, Damian Lewis, Morena Baccarin, Mandy Patinkin, Kiefer Sutherland, Hugh Dancy, Matthew Broderick, Gabourey Sidibe, John Benjamin Hickey, Melissa George and Steve Guttenberg. More»
So they announced this year's Primetime Emmy nominations yesterday morning. The Emmys! Where people who claim to know more about TV than you tell you what you should've been watching this season. We make some predictions. More»
[All photos by David Crotty for PMc] On Monday evening, the Television Academy of Arts and Sciences hosted An Evening With Nurse Jackie. Edie Falco, Peter Facinelli (with wife Jennie Garth), Anna Deavere Smith, and other castmembers and producers of the Golden Globe-nominated Showtime dramedy offered a back-screen view of the series. More»
[Matt Blank, Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Robert Greenblatt. All pictures by ZACH HYMAN for PMc] The cast of Showtime's The Tudors joined up with Gourmet Magazine in the Conde Nast building last night to indulge in some medieval partying that was up to royal standards. More story and photos below... More»
I guess I'm kind of a latecomer to the Tudors-mad bandwagon, but ever since I found the complete first season in my East End Hospice Gala gift bag, I haven't been able to stop watching it. It's probably historically inaccurate or at least exaggerated, but until I'm told otherwise, I'm going to write it off as a much needed history lesson.
I've loved Johnathan Rhys Meyers since he bent it like Beckham, and he's in full pouty-lipped, washboarded glory here, whether he's fighting, playing, or ravishing all his court's bosomy beauties. Plus there's the always fantastic Peter O'Toole as the rather displeased Pope Paul III.
Wednesday, May 22
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.