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  1. Flashpoint, Call Me Fitz Lead Gemini Nominations

    8:55 am 8/3/2011

    Competition at Canada's TV awards now reflects the growing popularity of local pay TV and cable channel dramas and comedies in Canadian primetime. Read more

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  2. Scripted Showrunners: Reality Television is Killing Scripted TV

    4:12 pm 7/30/2011

    "Everybody Loves Raymond" creator Phil Rosenthal calls TNT execs who cancelled "Men of a Certain Age" "idiots."Read more

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  3. Showtime PR Vet Richard Licata Reunites with NBC's Greenblatt

    2:13 pm 7/26/2011

    Licata will oversee publicity for NBC and its studio, marking his third stint with Greenblatt.Read more

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  4. Comic-Con 2011: 'Dexter's' Michael C. Hall to Curious Fans: 'You Don't Want to Know' What's Coming Up (Video)

    11:07 pm 7/21/2011

    The actor stops by THR's lounge while promoting the drama series at Comic-Con.Read more

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  5. Comic-Con 2011: ‘Shameless’ Star Emmy Rossum 'So Tired' of Nude Scene Questions

    9:18 pm 7/21/2011

    That actress has a bit of a freak out at Showtime's panel on Thursday.Read more

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  6. Comic-Con 2011: 'Dexter' and 'Homeland' Get Premiere Dates and New Trailers (Video)

    8:10 pm 7/21/2011

    Showtime had a few tricks up its sleeve during its panel.Read more

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  7. Paul McCartney's 9/11 Doc to Premiere on Showtime

    12:02 pm 7/19/2011

    "The Love We Make," following McCartney as he journeys through New York City after the attacks, debuts on September 10.Read more

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  8. Emmys 2011: 'Dexter's' Michael C. Hall Celebrates Emmy Nomination with Carmageddon Preparation

    11:21 am 7/14/2011

    The actor credits guest star Julia Stiles with elevating the show to a new level.Read more

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  9. 'The Franchise' on Showtime: Outside of Giants Fans, Will Anyone Watch?

    6:05 pm 7/13/2011

    The ongoing team docu-series, which debuts Wednesday night, has plenty of meat to gnaw on but might be a boutique series, writes Tim Goodman.Read more

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  10. 'The Borgias': Why Creator Neil Jordan Is Glad He Failed to Get It Made as a Movie

    7:16 pm 7/12/2011

    The writer-director tried for years to make "The Borgias," now a Showtime series that could fetch Emmy noms Thursday, into a movie that almost starred Viggo Mortensen and Christina Ricci, then Colin Farrell and Scarlett Johansson.Read more

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