Starz is the new Fox.
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Starz is the new Fox.
Riley Keough nabbed the lead role in the TV adaption of the Sasha Grey-starring "The Girlfriend Experience."
There's a new movie about the rise and (perfectly executed) fall of Adam West.
In order to focus on winning a title with the Cavaliers, LeBron James is putting his acting ambitions on the back burner for the next year.
'Outlander' turns out to be a pretty good show... but what the hell is going on? A brief explanation.
'American Gods' has been notoriously difficult to bring to TV... which is where Bryan Fuller ('Hannibal') comes in.
Steven Soderbergh is going to turn his experimental film into a 13-episode anthology series.
Patrick Stewart will boldly go where no "Star Trek" captain has gone before: Starz.
Boo Boo adds authenticity, right?
Starz gave Michael Bay a pirate show. God bless us all, every one.
Hmm. A sitcom about a young man leaving Philadelphia and becoming fabulously wealthy. Where have I heard that before?
Michael Bay's new Starz pirate drama, "Black Sails," finally has a trailer, and it is everything you'd expect from a Michael Bay show about pirates.
10 fantastically bloody GIFs demonstrating that 'Spartacus' is the most violent show on television.
"Magic City" has kind of gotten lost in the shuffle around here.
The second season of "Spartacus" doesn't debut until January 27th, but Starz announced today that the show has already been <a href="http://insidetv.ew.com/2011/11/07/spartacus-renewed-for-season-three/" target="_blank">renewed for a third season</a> (the six-episode "Gods of the Arena" prequel isn't counted as a season).
With "Playboy Club" already canceled and "Pan Am's" ratings losing altitude (wordplay.
Andy Whitfield, the original star of Starz's surprise hit "Spartacus," died yesterday at the age of 39 from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
Note to TV executives: if you want to air a medieval fantasy show on premium cable, maybe don't premiere it the same weekend that "Game of Thrones" debuts.
Not content with writing incessant stories about the "Arrested Development" movie that still isn't happening, bloggers are now adding a non-existent "Party Down" movie into the pointless hype cycle.