'Masters of Horror' Seeking New Network   

September 3, 2007 Originally posted August 12, 2007 -- Starz/Anchor Bay has backed out of funding the third season of "Masters of Horror," but Lionsgate has stepped in to fill the void. This according to series creator Mick Garris, who spoke about it on Fangoria radio. In addition, the series is set for a new network as well, as Showtime isn't interesting in a third season either. Too bad, since Masters of Horror was the only good thing on Showtime.


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