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  1. 'Episodes': "Real Possibility" Showtime Comedy Could End With Season 5

    2:37 pm 1/12/2016

    The news comes after star Matt LeBlanc tweeted that he has "one more season" to shoot.Read more

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  2. Jim Carrey Comedy 'I'm Dying Up Here' Ordered to Series at Showtime

    2:19 pm 1/12/2016

    The hourlong project stars Melissa Leo and Ari Graynor and is set in the world of stand-up comedy.Read more

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  3. Showtime's 'Shameless' Renewed for Seventh Season

    2:11 pm 1/12/2016

    The series recently kicked off its sixth season with its most-watched premiere.Read more

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  4. Showtime CEO David Nevins Talks New 'Homeland' Location, Shifting Rollout Strategy, 'Episodes'' End

    2:03 pm 1/12/2016

    'Homeland' moves to New York for its upcoming sixth season, while the exec confirms the 'Twin Peaks' shoot is halfway done.Read more

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  5. Paul Giamatti, Andrew Ross Sorkin Talk Finance and Power at N.Y. 'Billions' Premiere

    10:27 am 1/8/2016

    The series cast and creators discuss the empathy behind their Wall Street characters.Read more

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  6. 'Billions': TV Review

    10:00 am 12/31/2015

    Damian Lewis and Paul Giamatti are fine, but Maggie Siff ('Mad Men') is the real star of Showtime's new financial sector-set drama.Read more

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  7. Showtime to Offer Previews of Damian Lewis Drama 'Billions,' 'Shameless' Season Six

    12:25 pm 12/28/2015

    The pay cabler will offer viewers an early sneak peek beginning Jan. 1 on YouTube, Facebook, Hulu and several other platforms.Read more

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  8. Canada 2015 in Review: Cord Cutting, Hollywood Shoots Make Headlines

    7:52 am 12/17/2015

    HBO and Showtime struck new deals north of the border as local players battled Netflix, and Vice Media returned to its roots in Canada.Read more

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  9. 'Homeland,' 'The Affair' Renewed at Showtime

    1:00 pm 12/9/2015

    Both dramas will return for additional seasons in 2016.Read more

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  10. CBS Chief Encourages GOP Candidates to Throw "Crap" at Each Other With Network Ads

    1:15 pm 12/7/2015

    "Let them spend money on us," Leslie Moonves told analysts at a Wall Street gathering in New York. Read more

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