The Re-Birth of Showtime
6:00 AM PDT 3/27/2012 by Lacey Rose
First, Bob Greenblatt brought the heat. Then newbie David Nevins supersized it with a surprise slate of anti-artsy hits charged with action, sex, currency -- and, yes, even awards -- that have the town talking.
As Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa put the finishing touches on their Homeland script in spring 2010, several networks started calling.
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