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  1. Showtime Renews 'Homeland' and 'Masters of Sex'

    12:31 pm 10/22/2013

    UPDATED: The duo of Sunday dramas will return in 2014, following year-to-year gains for the veteran Emmy darling and a strong start for the sexy period freshman.Read more

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  2. 4 TV Execs in Showdown: Fox's Reilly Calls Pilot Season 'Welfare State'; Sarandos' New Threat

    11:00 am 10/17/2013

    Showtime's David Nevins and FX's John Landgraf joined the streaming service exec and the network chief, who reveals for the first time his plans to slash pilot orders by 50 percent. Read more

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  3. Full Uncensored TV Executives Roundtable

    12:11 pm 10/16/2013

    David Nevins (Showtime), Kevin Reilly (Fox Broadcasting), John Landgraf (FX Network) and Ted Sarandos (Netflix) join THR executive editor Matt Belloni and THR television editor Lacey Rose for a candid conversation on the direction of television. Read more

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  4. 'Shameless' Adds 'Newsroom,' 'Southland' Alums for Season 4 (Exclusive)

    9:27 am 10/15/2013

    Nick Gehlfuss and Emily Bergl have boarded the Showtime drama.Read more

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  5. 'Ray Bradbury' Viral Sensation Sells Musical Comedy to Showtime

    9:00 am 10/9/2013

    Rachel Bloom, whose musical ode to the sci-fi legend has more than 2 million hits, will pen the script for "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend."Read more

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  6. Open Road Films Headed to Showtime in Multiyear Deal

    9:40 am 10/1/2013

    The film distributor's recent slate of releases includes "The Grey" and Steven Soderbergh's "Side Effects."Read more

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  7. How to Dress the 'Masters of Sex' (Video)

    10:00 am 9/27/2013

    From uptight twin beds to intercourse expert: The evolution of William Masters and his eventual wife Virginia Johnson is detailed in clothing in Showtime's buzzy new series.Read more

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  8. THR Visits the Set of Showtime's New Series 'Masters of Sex'

    2:41 pm 9/25/2013

    Sarah Timberman (writer/executive producer) and Michelle Ashford (executive producer) on bringing the book to the small screen, and how they dealt with showing sex on TV. "We do show sex, but sex has been seen on TV a lot so that's not particularly groundbreaking," says Ashford. "There is a lot of frank discussion on sex in our show, and we still blush when we talk about the subject matter," says Timberman. Read more

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