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This is a list of television programs formerly and currently broadcast by the premium cable television channel Showtime in the United States.

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Original programming

Current programming

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Upcoming series/pilots

  • Camelot: a contemporary series retelling of Camelot, with The Tudors Michael Hirst and Morgan O'Sullivan serving as creative kings. Hirst (Elizabeth, Elizabeth: The Golden Age) will pen the scripts and exec produce, along with O'Sullivan (P.S. I Love You) and Douglas Rae. [2]
  • The Borgias: For a 2011 release, "The Tudors" creator, Michael Hirst will write the scripts for the new 10-Episode Television Series. It will have Jeremy Irons playing Pope Alexander VI in his first series-regular role. The show was created by Neil Jordan. It is set to start filming in the summer of 2010. It will tell the story of the notorious Borgia Family. [1]
  • Untitled Seth Rogen Comedy: about three twentysomethings who learn about life and love while running a pornography shop. Rogen and Evan Goldberg will executive produce. Matthew Bass, who is credited as an assistant to both comedy filmmakers on Pineapple Express and Superbad, will pen the script and co-exec produce.[2]
  • Syns: formerly known as "Dolls' Hospital", is set in a world where the Syns, humanlike synthetic beings much like the replicants in Blade Runner, are used for various purposes. The project was originally developed by Stephen Volk for the BBC, but Showtime bought the U.S. rights to the project. Crew: Supernatural supervising producer/writer Sera Gamble and Jericho consulting producer John McNamara. [3]
  • Inside Nascar - a weekly highlights show with a format similar to Inside the NFL. Premieres February 10, 2010. [3]
  • Episodes - a single-camera comedy about a the television business that will focus on the funny process of reworking a hit British show for American audiences.
  • "The Onion" - Showtime is reportedly working with comedy website The Onion on an adaptation of their 'Onion News Network' web video series.

Former programming

Showtime Original Pictures/Showtime Original Pictures for All Ages

Showtime has produced original movies under two titles: "Showtime Original Pictures" and "Showtime Original Pictures for All Ages", the latter of which are made-for-cable movies targeted at families:

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