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    Starz Ends the Reign of Kelsey Grammer Political Drama 'Boss'

    It had a great leading turn from Kelsey Grammer as ruthless (and terminally ill) Mayor Tom Kane. It featured a smart if breathtakingly cynical take on Chicago politics. It was created by Farhad Safinia (writer of "Apocalypto") and had no less than Gus Van Sant as the director of ...

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    Starz Sets a Premiere Date for the Final Season of 'Spartacus: War of the Damned'

    The "Spartacus" series has been a significant success for Starz, even with the tragic loss of lead actor Andy Whitfield to cancer after the first season. Heavy with sex, violence and historical intrigue, the Steven S. DeKnight-created sword-and-sandals saga will come to an end in its upcom...

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    Watch: Trailer for Starz's New Series 'Da Vinci’s Demons,' from 'Batman Begins' Writer David S. Goyer

    "Da Vinci's Demons," the new series from Starz premiering in the spring of 2013, is a historical fantasy about the life of a 25-year old Leonardo Da Vinci (Tom Riley, of "Bedlam" and "Monroe") created and written by David S. Goyer (writer of "Batman B...

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    Danny Huston on Finding Compassion for the Villains While Playing a Spectacular One on 'Magic City'

    Danny Huston has played his share of memorable villains in his career, from the cartoonishly sinister Styker in "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" to the philosophically brutal Arthur Burns in "The Proposition" to the mundanely malevolent bureaucrat Sandy Woodrow in 'The Constant Gar...

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    Watch: Exclusive Clip From the Upcoming Episode of 'Boss' Hints at Trouble Unfolding in Mayor Kane's Absence

    At its season two midpoint, Starz's "Boss" has Chicago mayor Tom Kane (Kelsey Grammer) struggling with some out-of-control symptons from the degenerative neurological disorder slowing that's eating away at his ability to function, and looking for new treatments to control the condi...

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    Starz Orders Philippa Gregory Historical Drama Series 'The White Queen,' Starring Janet McTeer

    Starz is in the midst of the second season of its Chicago contemporary political drama "Boss," but the network's clearly got a taste for period drama, with the "Mad Men"-like "Magic City" renewed for a second season, the ancient Rome-set action series "Spartacu...

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    In Its Second Season, 'Boss' Remains the Darkest Political Drama on Air

    "Veep," "Political Animals," "Scandal" -- if you were to take a measure simply from scripted TV, our view of politics has become cynical indeed (and not without justification). But none of them can top Starz drama "Boss," the second season of which starts...

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    Starz Developing a Dracula TV Series, Because People Still Like Vampires, Right?

    Starz's sword-and-sandals hit "Spartacus" is coming to a (no doubt bloody but sexy) end after its next season, which is slated to start airing in January 2013. That means the network is on the hunt for more original programming and its latest venture is a pair of new projects in develo...

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    'Spartacus' Will Come to a No Doubt Bloody End After Its Upcoming Season

    No more swords, sandals and sexytimes for Starz -- historical drama "Spartacus" will come to an end after its third season in January 2013.

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    Watch: Kelsey Grammer Seethes in the Trailer for Season Two of 'Boss'

    "Your best days are behind you." Kelsey Grammer returns to the role of Tom Kane, the Chicago mayor struggling to hide a degenerative neurological disorder and battling rampant corruption, in season two of "Boss," premiering Friday, August 17th on Starz.

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