State tax credits are all the rage, but this federal tax credit benefited smaller productions
Sarandos talks "House of Cards," "Orange Is the New Black" and the return of "Arrested Development," possibly as a streaming-only movie
The industry veteran helped develop "Mad Men," "Weeds," "Crash" and "American Dreams"
The actor will play a shady character on the drama project from Howard Gordon and Gideon Raff
"You're the Worst" from Stephen Falk will revolve around two toxic, self-destructive people who fall in love
Jenji Kohan discusses her fascination with girls behaving badly and acknowledges "Weeds" comparisons
Jenji Kohan talks about preparing for a second season before the series has even debuted
Jason Biggs co-stars in the women's prison drama from "Weeds" creator Jenji Kohan
Final episode of Showtime's pot dramedy "Weeds" draws season's best numbers
Taylor Schilling, star of "The Lucky One," will play Piper Kerman, an imprisoned Brooklyn woman
"American Pie" actress Natasha Lyonne will play a woman named Tiffani on series closer of Showtime's hit pot dramedy
Actress says she cried reading "Weeds" finale
Network also plans Tommy Mottola documentary from Brett Ratner
"Weeds" brings back a blast from the past and Nancy Botwin faces her greatest challenge
Mary-Louise Parker pot dramedy drawing its last breath
"Dexter," "The Big C" and other Showtime offerings will air free marathons in New York and Los Angeles in June
Lionsgate's new agreement with "Weeds" creator Jenji Kohan includes upcoming Netflix series "Orange Is the New Black"
Production on Mary-Louise Parker pot dramedy "Weeds" will begin in April
In an otherwise lackluster quarter, digital and VOD revenue jumped
Jenji Kohan-produced dope dramedy will go back into production next year
"Showtime Social" supplements the act of watching a show by facilitating online interaction and offering multimedia content
In other Showtime news, "The Big C" gets an all-day marathon
Showtime's dramatic comedy upped the laugh quotient on Monday
Mary-Louise Parker and pals are back in Showtime's venerable pot program
"Gossip Girl" star will play a low-level dealer who steps on Nancy Botwin's territory; catfight to ensue?
Showtime's aging pot-centric hit will also jump ahead three years and relocate to New York for its June 27 season premiere
Paid TV channel will only offer current shows via its own broadband service
Cable network picks up new 13 episode season of the two dramedies
How they stack up in terms of strategy and execution (hint: ABC, you could learn something from the Peacock)
Cable network's big Monday night also includes record numbers for "Weeds"