[12/14/10 - 09:01 AM]
Current TV Bolsters Original Fare With Two New Acquisitions
Said offerings include the basic cable premiere of "This American Life" as well as U.S. debut of "Kill It, Cook It, Eat It."

[11/30/09 - 12:43 PM]
Television Series and Non-Fiction Television Nominations for the 2010 Pga Awards
"30 Rock," "Californication," "Entourage," "The Office," "Weeds," "Breaking Bad," "Dexter," "Lost," "Mad Men" and "True Blood" are among the scripted nominees.

[03/04/09 - 07:28 AM]
Showtime Emmy(R) Campaign Goes Mobile
ATAS members will be able to view full seasons of the network's original series through their iPhones and iPodTouch devices.

[09/13/08 - 06:00 PM]
2008 Creative Arts Emmy Awards Winners
"John Adams" (eight), "Mad Men" (four) and "30 Rock" (three) top the list of winners.

[07/18/08 - 07:07 PM]
Development Update: Friday, July 18
Updates include: Showtime outlines more of its plans at the TCA; and Megalyn Echikunwoke lands a role on "CSI: Miami."

[07/17/08 - 05:40 AM]
The 60th Primetime Emmy(R) Awards and Creative Arts Emmy(R) Awards Nominees ArE...
"John Adams" leads all nominations with 23, followed by "30 Rock" (17), "Mad Men" (16) and "Pushing Daisies" (12).

[01/31/08 - 09:37 AM]
Showtime Networks Teams with Brightcove to Revolutionize the 2008 Primetime Emmy(R) Campaign
In lieu of DVD screeners, Showtime will now stream its "for your consideration" episodes online for ATAS members.

[09/07/07 - 04:45 PM]
Showtime Renews Its New Hit Comedy Series Californication
The series is currently averaging the strongest tune-in level Showtime has ever seen for a freshman series and is posting nearly two million viewers per week.

[07/19/07 - 07:51 PM]
Showtime Is Proud to Be Nominated for the Following Emmy(R) Awards
Mary-Louise Parker and Elizabeth Perkins both earned acting nods for "Weeds" while "The Tudors," "Dexter," "This American Life" and "Penn & Teller: Bullshit" were also honnored.

[07/19/07 - 05:40 AM]
The 59th Primetime Emmy(R) Awards and Creative Arts Emmy(R) Awards Nominees ArE...
Toping the nominations list are HBO's "Burn My Heart at Wounded Knee" (17), AMC's "Broken Trail" (16), HBO's "The Sopranos" (15) and ABC's "Ugly Betty" (11).

[04/16/07 - 06:22 PM]
A King, a Comedy Queen & a Radio Ace: Showtime Deals a Royal Flush
The pay channel orders new seasons of "The Tudors" and "This American Life" as well as newcomer "State of the Union," starring Tracey Ullman.

[03/17/06 - 12:00 AM]
U.S. Television Premiere of Oscar (R) Winner 'Crash' and Second Season Premiere of 'Huff(R)' Highlight Showtime's 'It's All for You' Free Preview Weekend March 31 - April 3

[01/19/06 - 12:00 AM]
Showtime Greenlights TV Adaptation of "This American Life"

[05/04/05 - 12:00 AM]
Showtime Networks Greenlights Pilot Presentation for Chicago Public Radio's 'This American Life'

3/22/07 - 6/8/08
canceled/ended (2007-2008 season)
completed airing its current season
2 (12 episodes, 0 of which have yet to air)
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a show on hiatus for longer than 12 months - without any news about its future - is assumed to be canceled
(from Showtime's web site, September 2008) Compelling stories are explored every day on "This American Life," the nearly 15-year-old, award-winning Chicago Public Radio show that boasts a devoted weekly listening audience of 1.7 million, and is heard on more than 500 stations nationally. The series, created in 1995 by host and executive producer Ira Glass, pioneered a unique way of telling stories on the radio. Its first-person telling of these revealing stories makes the radio series a great fit for television. In the same spirit of the radio show, the televised version of THIS AMERICAN LIFE, premiering Thursday, March 22nd at 10:30 p.m. PT/ET, takes 30-minute looks at stories culled from all over the country. Glass and a small team of radio producers and filmmakers spent six months on the road: traveling to Iowa pig farms, following a first-time filmmaker in California, photographing a raucous night at an Illinois hot dog stand. The result is true stories that are dramatic, emotional, and often funny.
· Ira Glass as Host
· Christine Vachon as EP
· Ira Glass as CRTR/EP
· Julie Snyder as EP
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