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Showtime’s BIGGEST. WEEKEND. EVER.

January 4, 2011

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The folks over at Showtime are clearly excited about their upcoming BIGGEST. SUNDAY. EVER. That’s the marketing campaign for this weekend’s debut of season four of Californication and the rollouts of their two new projects, the decidedly hilarious episodes and the William H. Macy awards magnate vehicle, Shameless. To further build the anticipation for their new shows, they are offering a free weekend of the premium pay channel. The free options will include regular Showtime, Showtime HD and Showtime on Demand®, allowing you to catch up on Weeds! Or test out The Big C. Or The United States of Tara. As a fan of Showtime’s programming, I can attest to the quality of the shows on the air and highly suggest that you give the shows a try this weekend. If you like, I have no clue how much they charge per month but to be honest, it’s worth it. They have original series programming almost year-round and rarely misfire.

In addition to original programming, Showtime has worked a whole slew of critically-adored films – from Oscar-winning The Hurt Locker to  Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Inglourious Basterds,  Extraordinary Measures and the aptly-titled Joan Rivers: A Piece of  Work – into their schedule. Additionally, you can watch them on Showtime on Demand. Talk about the BIGGEST. WEEKEND. EVER.

For more information, visit: http://www.sho.com/freepreview.

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One Comment leave one →
  1. January 5, 2011 11:44 AM

    i’m a fan too. it’s worth it but they need to cut Joe a check

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