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Showtime’s latest Dexter trailer reveals serial killer’s new alias

Showtime’s latest Dexter trailer reveals serial killer’s new alias

Showtime is reviving one of its hit shows, Dexter, with a limited series that will give fans a proper conclusion to the story we first saw years ago. In its latest teaser trailer for the mini-series, viewers are introduced to Jim Linsday, a seemingly normal and congenial man who gets along well with his neighbors in some small snow-covered town. That man, of course, is the fugitive serial killer Dexter Morgan.

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Pluto TV adds a free Showtime channel, but there are limitations

Pluto TV adds a free Showtime channel, but there are limitations

Free TV streaming service Pluto TV has expanded its offerings with a new Showtime channel -- one that is free to access despite Showtime's premium nature. The addition gives viewers access to Showtime content, but as you'd expect, there are some limitations on the new channel including the presence of commercials.

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Apple TV+ bundle released with CBS and Showtime

Apple TV+ bundle released with CBS and Showtime

If you already have an Apple TV+ subscription, Apple's got a deal for you for CBS All Access and Showtime. As long as you remain subscribed to Apple TV+, Apple has a bundle price of $9.99 per month for access to CBS All Access and Showtime.

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Showtime’s Halo TV show finally enters production

Showtime’s Halo TV show finally enters production

More than a year after the series was announced, Showtime has revealed that its Halo TV show is finally in production. The network shared an image of the show's cast alongside its announcement, saying that the production will be kicking off imminently. The news follows years of rumors, speculations, and false starts involving movies and shows based on the Halo franchise.

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Showtime is finally getting a Halo TV series off the ground

Showtime is finally getting a Halo TV series off the ground

Ever since Halo first arrived on the scene back in 2001, there have been repeated talks of movies and TV shows that haven't really gone anywhere. 17 years later, that's all changing, as Showtime has ordered 10 episodes of a new drama based on Microsoft's massive gaming franchise. It seems that, at long last, Halo will be making the jump to the world of entertainment with this series.

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