Articles for Brotherhood Season 2

While some people choose to see a more traditional action-crime television drama, the residents of Providence, Rhode Island opt for Brotherhood, which is also the setting of this Showtime series. Created by Blake Masters, Brotherhood, which stared its second season on September 30, is about the organized crime and politics in Rhode Island.  It revolves around the Irish-American Caffee family, particularly local politician Tommy Caffee (Jason Clarke) and his brother Michael (Jason Isaacs) who is deeply involved in the neighborhood‘s Irish mob.  Despite their differences, the brothers share a strange sense of moral cooperation.  Set on The Hill, a fictional Irish neighborhood located between Broadway and Westminister Street in Providence, Rhode Island, which has large a mix of Italian and Irish background, the series has now established itself a solid following with nearly all the residents of The Renaissance City.  Read more »
Jason Isaacs has other things that keep him preoccupied other than his work on Brotherhood where he plays a lifelong criminal, Michael Caffee.  Nowadays, he is also shooting his upcoming movie, La conjura de El Escorial, also known as The El Escorial Conspiracy, which is a European co-production helmed by Spanish director-producer Antonio Del Real. Inspired by the events that took place in Spain during the 16th century at the court of King Philip II, The El Escorial Conspiracy explores the devious political turf wars fought by various parties.  The historical film is written by Del Real, Manuel Mir Juan Antonio Porto and Marta Rivera de la Cruz, and is produced by Tony Peck, who also has an acting role in the movie.  Read more »
Robert Greenblatt, Showtime‘s president of entertainment, announced yesterday that the network‘s political-crime drama Brotherhood has been renewed for a third season. The show stars Jason Isaacs and Jason Clarke, and has been a critical darling since it premiered in 2006."Brotherhood is one of our shining hours at Showtime -- a drama series that is among the highest quality shows offered anywhere on television, and we‘re proud to keep it firmly in our portfolio," Greenblatt said. Read more »