Showtime Changes Season Premiere Date for ‘Episodes’ and ‘Californication’

Sep 23, 2010  •  Post A Comment

Showtime has changed the premiere date for its new program "Episodes" and the return of the David Duchovny comedy "Californication," reports the Hollywood Reporter.

The shows were originally scheduled to air Monday, Jan. 10 but will now debut on Sunday, Jan. 9.   

According to the article, "The two programs will provide a lead-in for "Shameless," a new program from John Wells that stars William H. Macy as the patriarch of a Chicago family of six children. Emmy Rossum plays the oldest child, the story says.

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  1. Shameless is one of the best british shows of all time and of course this means the US version will SUCK! Even if it is showtime, i would bet a loved one’s life it will suck compared to the original. when will the us come up with their own original ideas and have the guts to make something good and edgy like the brits. i hate american tv and rarely watch it. we try to remake half of their tv and it always fails. STOP IT!!

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