Showtime’s rebranding to Paramount+ with Showtime is a chance to let the right one in, American Gigolo and more are cancelled


Let The Right One In, American Gigolo & Three Women are cancelled.

It was announced last year that Paramount was looking at merging Showtime and Paramount+. Now it’s official. Paramount+ will integrate Showtime across streaming and linear platforms. Paramount+ With Showtime will rebrand the channel. This move has already resulted in the cancellation of several series, including Let the Right One In, American Gigolo, and Three Women.

The rebranding will launch later this year, with the move aiming to bring Showtime and Paramount+ together in the streaming world. Paramount+’s premium tier will not be affected by this change, as well as the Showtime linear network in the U.S. “This integration will also strengthen our alignment across our domestic Paramount+ offerings. International Paramount+ already contains Showtime content. And, very importantly, this integration will unlock operational efficiencies and financial benefits across our broader portfolio.Related

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The first season of Let The Right One In finished its run last month. Based on the novel by Ajvide Lingqvist, the series stars Demian Bichir playing a father who tries to care for his daughter when she becomes a vampire. This marks the end for the Showtime series, but it is being shopped on to other platforms.

American Gigolo is a modern reimagining the 1980 film. Jon Bernthal stars as Julian Kaye, who is released 15 years after being convicted of murder. Although Three women has not yet aired, production is complete. The series stars Shailene Woodley and Betty Gilpin as well as DeWanda Wise and Gabrielle Creevy. It follows a group women who are on a course to radically change their lives. Much like Let the Right One In, Three Woman is also being shopped by its producers with the hope of finding a new home.

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