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  1. 5 Things to Know About 'House of Lies'

    12:49 am 6/15/2011

    THR was at Showtime’s first screening of its Don Cheadle comedy and has the inside scoop.Read more

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  2. Netflix CEO Says He'd Rather Spend Money on HBO and Showtime Than on Original Content

    10:06 am 6/1/2011

    At a conference, Reed Hastings also gives a shout-out to "Firefly" and "The Wire."Read more

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  3. Time for a Change of Direction at Showtime

    7:43 pm 5/23/2011

    Dumping "United States of Tara" is just the start if the pay channel wants to catch HBO, writes Tim Goodman.Read more

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  4. Toni Collette Gives Birth to Baby Boy

    9:21 pm 4/25/2011

    This is the second child for the "United States of Tara" star and her musician husband, David Galafassi.Read more

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  5. Can HBO's 'Game of Thrones' Upset the Emmy Race?

    6:32 pm 4/20/2011

    Even some who hate HBO's Tolkien-meets-"The Sopranos" series think it might just score at the Emmys.Read more

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  6. International Buyers Hot for 'The Borgias'

    1:44 am 4/5/2011

    CBS Studios sells Showtime drama across Europe, Asia at MipTV.Read more

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  7. Showtime to Keep Current Originals Off Netflix in New Streaming Deal

    4:43 pm 3/22/2011

    Once the new agreement kicks in this summer, the first two seasons of "Dexter" and "Californication" (pictured) will not be available on Netflix's streaming service anymore.Read more

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  8. Emmy Rossum on 'Shameless' Sex Scenes: 'Okay, Time to Take My Top Off'

    12:19 am 1/16/2011

    Actress says her romps with screen lover Justin Chatwin are "silly."Read more

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  9. Tim Goodman's TV Review: Showtime's 'Episodes,' 'Shameless' Are Essential Viewing

    11:59 pm 1/5/2011

    Matt LeBlanc's comedy and William H. Macy's dramedy start 2011 off so strong that the new year can claim budding greatness in the very first month.Read more

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  10. Executive Suite: David Nevins

    1:12 pm 1/3/2011

    Amid an all-time high in subscribers, Showtime’s president of entertainment wants more originals.Read more

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