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    David Lynch Hasn't Signed a Contract -- Is 'Twin Peaks' in Trouble? (Updated!)

    "Complications" involving contracts mean that the highly anticipated return of the cult favorite may not be a sure thing.

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    'Nurse Jackie' Gets One Last Shift for Seventh & Final Season

    The Showtime comedy-drama combo has garnered Emmys for stars Edie Falco and Merrit Wever.

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    Why Showtime Wants Series That Are 'A Little Bit Dangerous,' Even If That Means Moving Away From Big, Serialized Dramas

    In 1976, Showtime became one of the first cable channels to achieve national distribution. The network began producing original programming in the early '80s, but it wasn't until the arrival of "The L Word," "Weeds" and "Dexter" in the mid-2000s that it's identity really came together.

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