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Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in March

Take a look at the movies and TV shows that will disappear from the streaming service next month.

Starz CEO on ‘American Gods’ Controversy and Expanding the ‘Outlander’ Franchise

Starz president and CEO Jeffrey Hirsch wants the industry to consider the pay cable network a basic streamer.

‘Weeds’ Sequel With Mary-Louise Parker in the Works at Starz

The pot-growing Botwin family is heading to back to TV — in a new home — as Starz is developing a sequel to 'Weeds,' which was produced by corporate parent Lionsgate.

Martin Donovan, Kacey Rohl, Amber Anderson Star in Drama ‘Baldy’

Martin Donovan, Kacey Rohl and Amber Anderson are set to star in 'Baldy,' a drama about a fake cancer patient, from writer/directors Calvin Thomas and Yohan Lewis.

Who Is Actress Kate Del Castillo and How Does She Know El Chapo?

The film and television actress is under investigation for obstruction of justice after it was revealed that she brokered the now-famous interview between Sean Penn and Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.

Canada’s Bell Media To Offer Streaming TV for Cable Subscribers

CraveTV, previously called Project Latte, is targeting Netflix, not cord-cutters

Lionsgate Shares Jump Amid Talk of Alibaba Deal

The stock's rise comes as a 37 percent stake is reportedly being shopped to Chinese e-commerce giant Jack Ma

Analyst Lauds Lionsgate’s China Streaming Deal With Alibaba

Wunderlich Securities' Matthew Harrigan argues theatrical splits one-third of those in North America boost the upside from releasing titles like "Divergent" and "Mad Men" via the Chinese e-commerce giant.

Lionsgate Pacts With Alibaba for China Streaming Service

Alibaba is working on a New York IPO that could be the biggest tech listing in history and has been expanding rapidly into the entertainment industry.

Lionsgate’s Kevin Beggs to Deliver Keynote at Banff Festival

Iconic CBS newsman Dan Rather will interview the mini-studio's TV division chairman about a fast-changing business landscape.

Mary-Louise Parker to Star in NBC Comedy ‘Feed Me’

The "Weeds" alum will return to series television and reunite with NBC entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt.

NBC Orders Marriage Comedy Pilot, Mary-Louise Parker Circling as Star

UPDATED: "Feed Me," from Paul Witt and Tony Thomas, would reunite the "Weeds" alum with network entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt.