Masters of Sex
Dec 15, 2013 10:00 PMTV Network - Showtime
Okay, yes, "Masters of Sex" absolutely has a name intended to cause snickering amongst a certain crowd. What it has managed to do, as a series, however, is to create great dramatic television with a compelling storyline and excellent performances. We fully expect this final episode of the season to pull no punches. We also, although it shouldn't be necessary, will tell you that it is probably inappropriate material for a younger set. It may not be the sort of family viewing you want, but that doesn't mean that consenting adults should miss out on it.
Sep 29, 2013TV Network - Showtime
William Masters and Virginia Johnson helped pioneer the science of human sexuality. It is a titillating (no pun intended) notion for a television series to explore, particularly one on cable where they can discuss things in a somewhat more frank manner. "Masters of Sex" is adapted from the book by Thomas Maier "Masters of Sex: The Life and Times of William Masters and Virginia Johnson, The Couple who Taught America how to Love." Tonight may be a busy night of TV, but perhaps you could spare an hour of it for... love. Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan star.