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Showtime Renews Masters of Sex and Ray Donovan — But What Got Canceled?

Plus: Get scoop on Homeland's new season!

Hanh Nguyen

Showtime continues to make Sunday nights awesome. The network announced at the Television Critics Association fall previews on Tuesday that it has renewed two dramas, Masters of Sexand Ray Donovan, for 12-episode fourth seasons.

"Both Ray Donovan and Masters of Sex are signature series for Showtime," Showtime chief David Nevins said in a statement. "They are emblematic of what Showtime stands for -- quality, premium programming that you cannot find anywhere else on television."

Check out all the latest cable news from press tour

Here's what else Showtime announced at press tour:

Web Therapy canceled Sorry, but your Friends reunions will have to take place on another show. The Lisa Kudrow comedy, which has aired four seasons, is "done," Nevins said, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Homeland scoop "They're shooting in Berlin and they're tackling new subjects that are really interesting," Nevins said. The subjects will include Putin in Russia, ISIS, cyberterrorism, Charlie Hebdo, Edward Snowden and more. Homeland returns on Sunday, Oct. 4 at 9/8c.

Set your DVRs for January Shamelesswill return for its sixth season on Sunday, Jan. 17 at 9/8c, followed by the premiere of Showtime's new series Billions at 10/9c. Billions, about the world of wealth and corruption, stars Damian Lewis and Paul Giamatti. Watch a trailer for Billions below:

When you can load up on Suge Knight The network will air its highly anticipated documentary American Dream/American Knightmare about the rap mogul on Monday, Sept. 26 at 9/8c.

Intriguing pilots Showtime has given pilot orders to Jim Carrey's I'm Dying Up Here, about the Los Angeles comedy scene in the 1970s, and a coming-of-age drama from Common and Lena Waithe, who had produced the award-winning indie film Dear White People.

Smith and spies The network has landed the rights to Patti Smith's memoir Just Kids as a limited series. Penny Dreadful creator John Logan will also produce Just Kids. On the documentary front, Showtime will produce The Spymasters, which will feature interviews with all 12 living directors of the CIA. Emmy and Tony winner Many Patinkin will narrate The Spymasters, which will air Nov. 28 at 9/8c.

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