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Showtime has renewed Shameless and House of Lies, the network announced Tuesday.
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Lost's Jeremy Davies and The Three Stooges star Chris Diamantopoulos will both appear in the NBC drama's second season, TVGuide.com has learned.
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Davies, whose casting was mentioned recently during the Television Critics Association winter previews, will appear in two episodes as Peter Bernardone, an animal rescue worker who becomes a suspect when a bizarre murder is discovered at a stable where he once worked. Diamantopoulos will play Clark Ingram, Peter's longtime social worker who has perhaps been too influential in his client's life...
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Showtime will marathon full seasons of Shameless, House of Lies andEpisodes in anticipation of their new season premieres, the network announced Friday.
The Shameless marathon will begin Friday, Jan. 3 at noon ET and last through Sunday, Jan. 5. Episodes will air its two previous seaons on Friday, Jan. 10 starting at noon ET. The House of Lies marathon will beginSaturday, Jan. 11 starting at 2:55 p.m. ET and end the following day at 6:30.
Showtime has renewed Episodes for a fourth season, the network announced on Wednesday.
Season 3, which premieres on Sunday, Jan. 12 at 10:30/9:30c, follows Sean (Stephen Mangan) and Beverly (Tamsin Greig) after their reconciliation, while the star of their show, a fictionalized version of Matt LeBlanc played by LeBlanc, continues to struggle with his plummeting career.
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Not ready to say goodbye to Dexter? Then get ready to overreact to this news.
After revealing that Showtime had signed a "rare" two-year overall deal with Dexter showrunner Scott Buck, network president David Nevins was asked whether a spin-off series was still being considered.
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"Of course," Nevins told reporters at the Television Critics Association fall previews Tuesday. "We announced a deal with Scott Buck today. Draw your own conclusions."
Pressed for details after the panel, Nevins clarified that nothing is actively in the works and that no deals with cast members have been extended. (The Hollywood Reporter previously reported rumblings of a spin-off centered on Jennifer Carpenter's Debra.) "We have a deal with Scott and we're going to develop a bunch of different things with him," he said. "All options will be explored. We're really not dealing with it at all until we're through this season and maybe for a while thereafter. It's all about the satisfying ending to the show."
To that end...
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Is the end of Dexter nigh?
The serial killer drama will return on Sunday, June 30 at 9/8c, earlier than its intended fall premiere, Showtime Entertainment President David Nevins announced at the winter TV previews on Saturday. Dexter will act as a lead-in for new series Ray Donovan at 10/9c, having already proven to be a successful launchpad for Homeland.