History Creator / Showtime

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* ''Series/{{Guerrilla}}'' (2017)
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Showtime lags behind its rivals, HBO/Creator/{{Cinemax}} and Creator/{{Starz}}/Encore, primarily due to the other networks' stronger movie offerings. It may have lost the film libraries of its largest providers, Creator/{{Paramount}} Pictures (which was its corporate cousin from 1994 to 2005) (not counting those that are aired on ''Creator/ABCFamily''), MetroGoldwynMayer (not counting those that are aired on ''Creator/ABCFamily'') and Creator/LionsGate, to their own Epix in 2009, but it hasn't been hurt by this at all (meanwhile, Epix toils in MyNetworkTV-esque obscurity, as several major providers refuse to carry it); indeed, thanks to Lionsgate's acquisition of Starz in 2016, plus rumors of a re-merger between Viacom and CBS, not to mention the carriage issues, have pretty much left the fate of Epix sealed. Besides that, Showtime does hold the rights to the ''{{Twilight}}'' film franchise, which they air [[AdoredByTheNetwork plenty of times]].

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Showtime lags behind its rivals, HBO/Creator/{{Cinemax}} and Creator/{{Starz}}/Encore, primarily due to the other networks' stronger movie offerings. It may have lost the film libraries of its largest providers, Creator/{{Paramount}} Pictures (which was its corporate cousin from 1994 to 2005) (not counting those that are aired on ''Creator/ABCFamily''), MetroGoldwynMayer (not counting those that are aired on ''Creator/ABCFamily'') and Creator/LionsGate, to their own Epix in 2009, but it hasn't been hurt by this at all (meanwhile, Epix toils in MyNetworkTV-esque obscurity, as several major providers refuse to carry it); indeed, all. [[note]] Indeed, thanks to Lionsgate's acquisition of Starz Creator/{{Starz}} in 2016, plus rumors of a re-merger between Viacom and CBS, not to mention there are reports that the carriage issues, have pretty much left the fate of Epix sealed. company will sell their stake in Epix. [[/note]] Besides that, Showtime does hold the rights to the ''{{Twilight}}'' film franchise, which they air [[AdoredByTheNetwork plenty of times]].
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Showtime lags behind its rivals, HBO/Creator/{{Cinemax}} and Creator/{{Starz}}/Encore, primarily due to the other networks' stronger movie offerings. It may have lost the film libraries of its largest providers, Creator/{{Paramount}} Pictures (which was its corporate cousin from 1994 to 2005) (not counting those that are aired on ''Creator/ABCFamily''), MetroGoldwynMayer (not counting those that are aired on ''Creator/ABCFamily'') and Creator/LionsGate, to their own Epix in 2009, but it hasn't been hurt by this at all (meanwhile, Epix toils in MyNetworkTV-esque obscurity, as several major providers refuse to carry it); indeed, thanks to Lionsgate's acquisition of Starz in 2016, plus rumors of a re-merger between Viacom and CBS (with Viacom bringing the then-discontinued everGirl website back online), not to mention the carriage issues, have pretty much left the fate of Epix sealed (and the relaunch of boyzChannel/girlzChannel). Besides that, Showtime does hold the rights to the ''{{Twilight}}'' film franchise, which they air [[AdoredByTheNetwork plenty of times]].

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Showtime lags behind its rivals, HBO/Creator/{{Cinemax}} and Creator/{{Starz}}/Encore, primarily due to the other networks' stronger movie offerings. It may have lost the film libraries of its largest providers, Creator/{{Paramount}} Pictures (which was its corporate cousin from 1994 to 2005) (not counting those that are aired on ''Creator/ABCFamily''), MetroGoldwynMayer (not counting those that are aired on ''Creator/ABCFamily'') and Creator/LionsGate, to their own Epix in 2009, but it hasn't been hurt by this at all (meanwhile, Epix toils in MyNetworkTV-esque obscurity, as several major providers refuse to carry it); indeed, thanks to Lionsgate's acquisition of Starz in 2016, plus rumors of a re-merger between Viacom and CBS (with Viacom bringing the then-discontinued everGirl website back online), CBS, not to mention the carriage issues, have pretty much left the fate of Epix sealed (and the relaunch of boyzChannel/girlzChannel).sealed. Besides that, Showtime does hold the rights to the ''{{Twilight}}'' film franchise, which they air [[AdoredByTheNetwork plenty of times]].
28th Nov '16 5:45:12 PM girlsaloudfan1000
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Showtime lags behind its rivals, HBO/Creator/{{Cinemax}} and Creator/{{Starz}}/Encore, primarily due to the other networks' stronger movie offerings. It may have lost the film libraries of its largest providers, Creator/{{Paramount}} Pictures (which was its corporate cousin from 1994 to 2005) (not counting those that are aired on ''Creator/ABCFamily''), MetroGoldwynMayer (not counting those that are aired on ''Creator/ABCFamily'') and Creator/LionsGate, to their own Epix in 2009, but it hasn't been hurt by this at all (meanwhile, Epix toils in MyNetworkTV-esque obscurity, as several major providers refuse to carry it); indeed, thanks to Lionsgate's acquisition of Starz in 2016, plus rumors of a re-merger between Viacom and CBS (as much as bringing the then-discontinued everGirl product brand back), not to mention the carriage issues, have pretty much left the fate of Epix sealed (and the relaunch of boyzChannel/girlzChannel). Besides that, Showtime does hold the rights to the ''{{Twilight}}'' film franchise, which they air [[AdoredByTheNetwork plenty of times]].

to:

Showtime lags behind its rivals, HBO/Creator/{{Cinemax}} and Creator/{{Starz}}/Encore, primarily due to the other networks' stronger movie offerings. It may have lost the film libraries of its largest providers, Creator/{{Paramount}} Pictures (which was its corporate cousin from 1994 to 2005) (not counting those that are aired on ''Creator/ABCFamily''), MetroGoldwynMayer (not counting those that are aired on ''Creator/ABCFamily'') and Creator/LionsGate, to their own Epix in 2009, but it hasn't been hurt by this at all (meanwhile, Epix toils in MyNetworkTV-esque obscurity, as several major providers refuse to carry it); indeed, thanks to Lionsgate's acquisition of Starz in 2016, plus rumors of a re-merger between Viacom and CBS (as much as (with Viacom bringing the then-discontinued everGirl product brand back), website back online), not to mention the carriage issues, have pretty much left the fate of Epix sealed (and the relaunch of boyzChannel/girlzChannel). Besides that, Showtime does hold the rights to the ''{{Twilight}}'' film franchise, which they air [[AdoredByTheNetwork plenty of times]].
28th Nov '16 5:43:20 PM girlsaloudfan1000
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Showtime lags behind its rivals, HBO/Creator/{{Cinemax}} and Creator/{{Starz}}/Encore, primarily due to the other networks' stronger movie offerings. It may have lost the film libraries of its largest providers, Creator/{{Paramount}} Pictures (which was its corporate cousin from 1994 to 2005) (not counting those that are aired on ''Creator/ABCFamily''), MetroGoldwynMayer (not counting those that are aired on ''Creator/ABCFamily'') and Creator/LionsGate, to their own Epix in 2009, but it hasn't been hurt by this at all (meanwhile, Epix toils in MyNetworkTV-esque obscurity, as several major providers refuse to carry it); indeed, thanks to Lionsgate's acquisition of Starz in 2016, plus rumors of a re-merger between Viacom and CBS (as much as bringing the then-discontinued everGirl product brand back), not to mention the carriage issues, have pretty much left the fate of Epix sealed (and the ''Creator/DishNetwork'' relaunch of boyzChannel/girlzChannel). Besides that, Showtime does hold the rights to the ''{{Twilight}}'' film franchise, which they air [[AdoredByTheNetwork plenty of times]].

to:

Showtime lags behind its rivals, HBO/Creator/{{Cinemax}} and Creator/{{Starz}}/Encore, primarily due to the other networks' stronger movie offerings. It may have lost the film libraries of its largest providers, Creator/{{Paramount}} Pictures (which was its corporate cousin from 1994 to 2005) (not counting those that are aired on ''Creator/ABCFamily''), MetroGoldwynMayer (not counting those that are aired on ''Creator/ABCFamily'') and Creator/LionsGate, to their own Epix in 2009, but it hasn't been hurt by this at all (meanwhile, Epix toils in MyNetworkTV-esque obscurity, as several major providers refuse to carry it); indeed, thanks to Lionsgate's acquisition of Starz in 2016, plus rumors of a re-merger between Viacom and CBS (as much as bringing the then-discontinued everGirl product brand back), not to mention the carriage issues, have pretty much left the fate of Epix sealed (and the ''Creator/DishNetwork'' relaunch of boyzChannel/girlzChannel). Besides that, Showtime does hold the rights to the ''{{Twilight}}'' film franchise, which they air [[AdoredByTheNetwork plenty of times]].
28th Nov '16 5:42:40 PM girlsaloudfan1000
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Showtime lags behind its rivals, HBO/Creator/{{Cinemax}} and Creator/{{Starz}}/Encore, primarily due to the other networks' stronger movie offerings. It may have lost the film libraries of its largest providers, Creator/{{Paramount}} Pictures (which was its corporate cousin from 1994 to 2005) (not counting those that are aired on ''Creator/ABCFamily''), MetroGoldwynMayer (not counting those that are aired on ''Creator/ABCFamily'') and Creator/LionsGate, to their own Epix in 2009, but it hasn't been hurt by this at all (meanwhile, Epix toils in MyNetworkTV-esque obscurity, as several major providers refuse to carry it despite having harsh reviews by the PTC in which the parents want the classic MyNetworkTV-esque boyzChannel/girlzChannel spin-off channels back instead by getting Studio 3 Partners to become disbanded); indeed, thanks to Lionsgate's acquisition of Starz in 2016, plus rumors of a re-merger between Viacom and CBS, not to mention the carriage issues, have pretty much left the fate of Epix sealed. Besides that, Showtime does hold the rights to the ''{{Twilight}}'' film franchise, which they air [[AdoredByTheNetwork plenty of times]].

to:

Showtime lags behind its rivals, HBO/Creator/{{Cinemax}} and Creator/{{Starz}}/Encore, primarily due to the other networks' stronger movie offerings. It may have lost the film libraries of its largest providers, Creator/{{Paramount}} Pictures (which was its corporate cousin from 1994 to 2005) (not counting those that are aired on ''Creator/ABCFamily''), MetroGoldwynMayer (not counting those that are aired on ''Creator/ABCFamily'') and Creator/LionsGate, to their own Epix in 2009, but it hasn't been hurt by this at all (meanwhile, Epix toils in MyNetworkTV-esque obscurity, as several major providers refuse to carry it despite having harsh reviews by the PTC in which the parents want the classic MyNetworkTV-esque boyzChannel/girlzChannel spin-off channels back instead by getting Studio 3 Partners to become disbanded); it); indeed, thanks to Lionsgate's acquisition of Starz in 2016, plus rumors of a re-merger between Viacom and CBS, CBS (as much as bringing the then-discontinued everGirl product brand back), not to mention the carriage issues, have pretty much left the fate of Epix sealed.sealed (and the ''Creator/DishNetwork'' relaunch of boyzChannel/girlzChannel). Besides that, Showtime does hold the rights to the ''{{Twilight}}'' film franchise, which they air [[AdoredByTheNetwork plenty of times]].
28th Nov '16 5:38:55 PM girlsaloudfan1000
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Showtime lags behind its rivals, HBO/Creator/{{Cinemax}} and Creator/{{Starz}}/Encore, primarily due to the other networks' stronger movie offerings. It may have lost the film libraries of its largest providers, Creator/{{Paramount}} Pictures (which was its corporate cousin from 1994 to 2005) (not counting those that are aired on ''Creator/ABCFamily''), MetroGoldwynMayer (not counting those that are aired on ''Creator/ABCFamily'') and Creator/LionsGate, to their own Epix in 2009, but it hasn't been hurt by this at all (meanwhile, Epix toils in MyNetworkTV-esque obscurity, as several major providers refuse to carry it despite having harsh reviews by the Parents Television Council in which the parents want the classic MyNetworkTV-esque boyzChannel/girlzChannel spin-off channels back); indeed, thanks to Lionsgate's acquisition of Starz in 2016, plus rumors of a re-merger between Viacom and CBS, not to mention the carriage issues, have pretty much left the fate of Epix sealed. Besides that, Showtime does hold the rights to the ''{{Twilight}}'' film franchise, which they air [[AdoredByTheNetwork plenty of times]].

to:

Showtime lags behind its rivals, HBO/Creator/{{Cinemax}} and Creator/{{Starz}}/Encore, primarily due to the other networks' stronger movie offerings. It may have lost the film libraries of its largest providers, Creator/{{Paramount}} Pictures (which was its corporate cousin from 1994 to 2005) (not counting those that are aired on ''Creator/ABCFamily''), MetroGoldwynMayer (not counting those that are aired on ''Creator/ABCFamily'') and Creator/LionsGate, to their own Epix in 2009, but it hasn't been hurt by this at all (meanwhile, Epix toils in MyNetworkTV-esque obscurity, as several major providers refuse to carry it despite having harsh reviews by the Parents Television Council PTC in which the parents want the classic MyNetworkTV-esque boyzChannel/girlzChannel spin-off channels back); back instead by getting Studio 3 Partners to become disbanded); indeed, thanks to Lionsgate's acquisition of Starz in 2016, plus rumors of a re-merger between Viacom and CBS, not to mention the carriage issues, have pretty much left the fate of Epix sealed. Besides that, Showtime does hold the rights to the ''{{Twilight}}'' film franchise, which they air [[AdoredByTheNetwork plenty of times]].
28th Nov '16 5:36:13 PM girlsaloudfan1000
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Showtime lags behind its rivals, HBO/Creator/{{Cinemax}} and Creator/{{Starz}}/Encore, primarily due to the other networks' stronger movie offerings. It may have lost the film libraries of its largest providers, Creator/{{Paramount}} Pictures (which was its corporate cousin from 1994 to 2005), MetroGoldwynMayer and Creator/LionsGate, to their own Epix in 2009, but it hasn't been hurt by this at all (meanwhile, Epix toils in MyNetworkTV-esque obscurity, as several major providers refuse to carry it); indeed, thanks to Lionsgate's acquisition of Starz in 2016, plus rumors of a re-merger between Viacom and CBS, not to mention the carriage issues, have pretty much left the fate of Epix sealed. Besides that, Showtime does hold the rights to the ''{{Twilight}}'' film franchise, which they air [[AdoredByTheNetwork plenty of times]].

to:

Showtime lags behind its rivals, HBO/Creator/{{Cinemax}} and Creator/{{Starz}}/Encore, primarily due to the other networks' stronger movie offerings. It may have lost the film libraries of its largest providers, Creator/{{Paramount}} Pictures (which was its corporate cousin from 1994 to 2005), 2005) (not counting those that are aired on ''Creator/ABCFamily''), MetroGoldwynMayer (not counting those that are aired on ''Creator/ABCFamily'') and Creator/LionsGate, to their own Epix in 2009, but it hasn't been hurt by this at all (meanwhile, Epix toils in MyNetworkTV-esque obscurity, as several major providers refuse to carry it); it despite having harsh reviews by the Parents Television Council in which the parents want the classic MyNetworkTV-esque boyzChannel/girlzChannel spin-off channels back); indeed, thanks to Lionsgate's acquisition of Starz in 2016, plus rumors of a re-merger between Viacom and CBS, not to mention the carriage issues, have pretty much left the fate of Epix sealed. Besides that, Showtime does hold the rights to the ''{{Twilight}}'' film franchise, which they air [[AdoredByTheNetwork plenty of times]].
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