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2011-03-23 10:45:00

Cable channel Showtime, owned by CBS Inc, will not be offering its original TV series to Netflix or its growing streaming video services after this summer when their current agreement expires.

2010-03-22 11:21:00

NEW YORK, March 22 /PRNewswire/ -- This weekend, SHOWTIME will be available in a record 54.4 million households for an ALL ACCESS Free Preview Weekend on SHOWTIME, SHOWTIME HD and SHOWTIME On Demand.

2009-07-22 19:19:25

British film and TV actress Joely Richardson has joined the cast of the drama series, The Tudors, for its fourth and final season, Showtime announced.

2009-06-24 07:14:47

Irish actor Jonathan Rhys Meyers was handcuffed and questioned after he allegedly, while drunk, challenged police to a fight in a French airport. Meyers, 31, is best known for his work on TV's The Tudors, as well as in the movies Match Point and August Rush. He has previously spent time in rehab to treat his addiction to alcohol and was arrested in 2007 for being drunk and disorderly in a Dublin airport.

2009-05-16 15:27:11

Singer Joss Stone says playing one of the wives of England's King Henry VIII for the U.S.

2009-04-13 12:42:00

SHOWTIME'S ACCLAIMED DRAMA SERIES THE TUDORS GETS 4th SEASON PICK-UP TO END THE SAGA OF HENRY VIII LOS ANGELES, April 13 /PRNewswire/ -- On the heels of a critically lauded third season premiere of SHOWTIME's award-winning drama series THE TUDORS, the network has announced the pick-up of a fourth season of the epic-period saga starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers as King Henry VIII.

2009-04-13 15:46:06

Showtime announced Monday it has picked up a fourth season of its drama series The Tudors, starring Irish actor Jonathan Rhys Meyers as King Henry VIII. The final season will consist of 10, one-hour episodes and will focus on the British monarch's tumultuous relationships with his last two wives, Catherine Howard and Catherine Parr, as well as his final descent into madness, the cable network said in a news release.

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