Lizzy Caplan and Jon Hamm both made appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live Tuesday night to promote Masters of Sex and Minions, respectively.
I didn’t even realize that there was more than one season of Masters of Sex until now, but thanks to a pathetic Sunday night Google search for a related keyword, I do!
Poor Lizzy Caplan! It seems like every interview she does ends up with her being questioned about being naked on camera. Of course, when you do a show called Masters of Sex, you're probably going to end up being asked some saucy questions, but can we please give Caplan and her boobs a break already?
This week's issue of Variety is devoted to SEXSEXSEXSEX but not just any kind of sex. It's about that fake sex that famous people pretend they're having while you're sitting on your couch, watching them. Yes, it's all about sex on television and how much of that there is.
Don't be surprised if Lizzy Caplan pops up on a lot of talk shows talking about sex over the next few days. The Mean Girls/Party Down/True Blood actress is out and about promoting her new Showtime series Masters of Sex, in which she plays Virginia Johnson, sexologist/psychologist and one half of the groundbreaking…
We already enjoyed Lizzy Caplan in the trailer, and now we can watch the entire sexy (ish) goodness for free on YouTube.
Starring Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan, Showtime's new one-hour drama series Masters of Sex chronicles the "unusual lives, romance, and pop culture trajectory" of William Masters and Virginia Johnson, pioneers of the science of human sexuality. Rowr. ish.