The Kid Mero spoke out about what led up to the breakup of the Desus & Mero team and the end of their Showtime series in an interview on a SiriusXM podcast. In the interview, he revealed that they were in discussions to go their separate ways creatively for about a year before.
It looks like the Hip-Hop world is one step closer knowing the real Fat Joe story. Showtime and BET Networks are set to develop a show about the Bronx MC.
This December Showtime will kick off HIP HOP 50, its multiyear, cross-platform programming initiative celebrating the 50th anniversary of Hip-Hop.
Desus & Mero and their protégée named Ziwe are a triple threat in late-night television for their unique approach to curating laughs. "Deadline" takes a deep dive into the inner workings of their genus.
As Hip-Hop is approaching the magnificent milestone of turning 50 in 2023, preparations to mark the occasion in ways honoring the culture are underway. And Nasir “Nas” Jones is ensuring he’s at the forefront of these efforts with a documentary series titled Hip Hop 50.
Just when you thought Tekashi’s career went cold it looks like 2021 might give him an opportunity to heat up again. A major network is set to detail his story.
The Showtime documentary is executive produced by county natives Kevin Durant and Quinn Cook and displays the rich legacy of professional and collegiate players to hail from the Washington, D.C. suburb.
Kanye West has tackled music, fashion and now it looks like television is next on his list. The Hollywood Reporter revealed that West is developing a Showtime anthology show called Omniverse and Jaden Smith is set to play a younger version of the rapper.
The Wu-Tang Clan remain as one of Hip-Hop’s greatest collectives and helped transform the industry in the ’90s with an innovative approach of promoting each member as prominent solo acts. With the recent 25th anniversary of the Clan’s Enter The Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers debut LP, a new docu-series from Showtime, Of Mics And Men, digs […]
The Internet community that has come to love the comedic duo of Desus and Mero were no doubt excited about their cable television come up with Showtime. Now, the hilarious compatriots will unveil their talents onto the world next February with Desus & Mero.
In news that will possibly tick off Fox News host Laura Ingraham, LeBron James has gotten the ultimate upper hand after it was announced a new docu-series titled Shut Up And Dribble will debut this fall. James has been named as an executive producer for the three-part series which will air on the Showtime network.