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Showtime® on sale for $6.95 a month, Twin Peaks is back

For a limited time, add Showtime’s array of movies, sports, comedy and original series to your TDS lineup for just $6.95 a month. The sale price runs from May 15-June 24 and is good for a full year.

Order now and enjoy three new Showtime series: Twin Peaks, Guerrilla and I’m Dying Up Here.

Twin Peaks
Twin Peaks is an American television series created by Mark Frost and David Lynch, which continues the 1990–1991 ABC series Twin Peaks. The new 18-part limited series event will premiere on Showtime, May 21. Twin Peaks is a crime drama mixed with healthy doses of the surreal. It is about FBI Agent Dale Cooper who travels to the small logging town to solve the murder of seemingly innocent high schooler, Laura Palmer. The show includes visuals, oddball characters, and wild dream sequences.

Many original cast members will return including Kyle MacLachlan as FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper. New additions include: Laura Dern, Naomi Watts, Michael Cera, Jim Belushi, and Jennifer Jason Leigh.

Little is known regarding the plot of the new series, but Showtime president David Nevins stated “the core of it is Agent Cooper’s odyssey back to Twin Peaks.”

Guerrilla
Set in London in 1971, Guerrilla is a six-part mini-series that kicked off April 16 and episode two aired May 14. The show has received critical acclaim. Guerrilla was created by American writer-director, John Ridley, who once made a film about Jimi Hendrix’s life in London, Jimi: All Is by My Side. Guerrilla is a drama about black British civil rights activists resorting to violence during militant activism during the early 1970s. Guerrilla begins with Marcus (Babou Ceesay) and Jas (Freida Pinto), a quiet bohemian couple peddling leftist literature and teaching convicts. The show is subdued in that there is one shooting and one fatal beating in the first episode, and a similar amount of bloodshed in the second.

I’m Dying Up Here
Set in the celebrated L.A. stand-up comedy scene of the ’70s, where the careers of most comedy superstars began, I’m Dying Up Here delves into the inspired and damaged psyches that inhabit the hilarious, but complex business of making an audience laugh. The American comedy-drama series is based on William Knoedelseder’s book of the same name. The first episode kicks off June 4. The series includes 10 one-hour episodes. Program creator is David Flebotte and executive producers include: Jim Carrey, David Flebotte and Christina Wayne.

Additional featured series on Showtime include: BillionsHomelandDark Net and Weeds.

Miss an episode? With Catch TV you can watch your favorite shows any time on any TV in your home.

Call 1-855-301-7470 to add Showtime to your channel lineup today!  

 

 



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