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…
Robert Greenblat Showtime
NBC Entertainment honcho Bob Greenblatt came to the Television Critics Assn. press tour armed with stats that indicate NBC's progress during the past season. But when pressed by reporters Greenblatt…
Gary Levine, Showtime's exec VP of original programming, has been given a new three-year deal by the pay cabler.
With a mixture of humility and great ambition, former Imagine TV prexy David Nevins is eagerly stepping into what he calls "one of the great gigs in the television business" as he prepares to succeed…
Oliver Stone's next examination of U.S. history will come on Showtime.
Showtime is bulking up its comedy slate for 2009, ordering a series from Blighty comedian Marc Wootton and greenlighting a second season of Tracey Ullman's "State of the Union."
Robert Greenblatt is putting his stamp on Showtime. Cabler has elected to move forward on two dramas and two comedies it had piloted for debut this year and early 2006.
Showtime is developing an original movie centered on the rise and fall of disgraced New York Times journo Jayson Blair, net entertainment prexy Robert Greenblatt announced.
Showtime may not be hiring Annie Leibovitz to shoot its ad campaigns, but with a new entertainment head on board and a commitment to edgier series, the net is pulling out the stops when it comes to…
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