The Emmy Awards may be about going for the gold, but Showtime's Emmy Eve party September 21 at Sunset Tower Hotel had them seeing red. Casts and execs from the ruby ball-logoed cabler's popular…
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It is a truism of the television biz that a single hit show can turn a network around. For Showtime, the dawn of "Dexter" in 2006 didn't so much turn the ship around as it charted a course for the…
Jay Z, Kanye West, Pearl Jam, Run-D.M.C. and Passion Pit are just a few of the top musicians featured in “Made in America,” a doc acquired by Showtime from Imagine Entertainment. Produced by…
Showtime’s summer TCA session kicked into gear with a “Dexter”-themed lunch at the Beverly Hilton Tuesday, but not without a heavy dose of “The Borgias” flying overhead. Protesters stood outside the…
Looking to give his new series the best lead-ins possible, Showtime topper David Nevins said "Ray Donovan" will follow "Dexter" on June 30 and "Masters of Sex" will premiere immediately after…
Nothing says holiday cheer like a terrorist in a Christmas-y sweater.
Showtime has ordered new seasons of "Shameless," "House of Lies" and "Californication."
The ascendance of Israel's fast-growing TV industry as a supplier of series ripe for remakes by U.S. producers is buttressed by its willingness to take chances on unusual themes with shows that can…
Showtime has renewed "Homeland," which premiered to the most viewers in the cabler's history, for a second season of 12 episodes.
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