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Spartacus (tv program)

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  • Syfy Acquires U.S. Basic Cable Rights to Starz's 'Spartacus'

    Syfy has acquired the U.S. basic cable rights to all 39 episodes of Starz's cult gladiator drama "Spartacus." The deal encompasses all three of "Spartacus'" main seasons, "Blood and Sand," "Vengeance" and "War of the Damned," plus its six-episode...
  • 'Power' explores the dark corners of clubs and drugs

     'Power' explores the dark corners of clubs and drugs
    In the last few years, Starz has explored far flung places and times in search of a hit original drama. Think "Spartacus," "Da Vinci's Demons" and "Black Sails." But its latest original drama, "Power," is set in the gritty here and now. And it is...
  • Spike TV Orders Six-Hour 'Tut' Series

    It looks like King Tut will be reincarnated onto the smallscreen. Spike TV is bringing back the Egyptian pharaoh in its new special-event series, "Tut," which will tell the story of Egypt's legendary leader Tutankhamun. This scripted series will be the...
  • LeBron James, 'Cosby Show' producer developing sitcom for Starz

    LeBron James, 'Cosby Show' producer developing sitcom for Starz
    Not content with two straight NBA championships. LeBron James is spreading his very expansive wings into the world of television. The Miami Heat forward is teaming up with writer/actor Mike O'Malley, business partner Maverick Carter and Tom Werner,...
  • How shows like 'Mad Men,' 'Vikings' deal with less progressive pasts

     How shows like 'Mad Men,' 'Vikings' deal with less progressive pasts
    When Ato Essandoh was offered the role of an African American doctor in Civil War-era New York City for BBC America's "Copper," he almost did a double-take. "My first thing was I had to look it up," he says. "Lots of people didn't really think there could...
  • Someday prints will come, in pink

    Someday prints will come, in pink
    "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" was pink. But we'll get to that in a minute. Music Box Theatre general manager Dave Jennings considers himself fortunate to have such a "smart, forgiving audience" for the current and very popular 70mm retrospective. The...
  • Guide to April 2013 TV premieres, finales, movies, specials

    Guide to April 2013 TV premieres, finales, movies, specials
    The last weekend of March offered up a bunch of TV events, but you ain't seen nothing yet. April 2013 brings showers of season and series premieres, finales and films to add to the already launched new seasons of "Game of Thrones," Doctor Who" and others....
  • Could Steven Spielberg finally be back in action?

    Could Steven Spielberg finally be back in action?
    A year ago, Steven Spielberg was front and center with "Lincoln," a critical and box office success and an awards season mainstay. Since then, the director has taken his time settling on a new project, experiencing a few false starts and leaving his...
  • 'The White Queen' on Starz looks at the Wars of the Roses' women

    NEW YORK — A dashing young English royal falls for a beautiful commoner, and their love becomes a nationwide sensation that forever alters the face of the monarchy. No, their names aren't Will and Kate, but rather King Edward IV and Elizabeth...
  • Film insurer's goal is to keep cameras rolling

    Film insurer's goal is to keep cameras rolling
    Filming on the next installment of "The Hunger Games" won't begin for another month, but Paul Holehouse already is assessing the risks. Holehouse will fly to Atlanta this week to check for asbestos in an old warehouse — one among many sites that...
  • Burbank film insurer's goal is to keep cameras rolling

    Burbank film insurer's goal is to keep cameras rolling
    Filming on the next installment of "The Hunger Games" won't begin for another month, but Paul Holehouse already is assessing the risks. Holehouse will fly to Atlanta this week to check for asbestos in an old warehouse — one among many sites that...