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The Season 4 finale on Nov. We are incredibly proud to have shared the story of Masters and Johnson for four critically-acclaimed seasons. The series will remain available across our platforms where new viewers can discover it for years to come.
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Masters of Sex is an American period drama television series that premiered on September 29,on Showtime. The series has received critical acclaim. The series was canceled by Showtime on November 30,after four seasons.
With "Billions" back on Showtime and "Homeland" entering its final season this year, it's a good time to take stock of all the great TV the premium network has brought us over the years. Business Insider went back in time to rank all the network's notable original scripted programs from the last 11 years based on how well they did with critics. Showtime launched in and is now owned by CBS.
The show, which premieres on September 29, explores the early relationship of groundbreaking sex researchers Virginia Johnson and William Masters. Johnson, who died last week at age 88, met Masters when she was a researcher for him at Washington University in St. Louis in the s.
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Masters of Sex has finally reached its climax - cue the tears - because the show's been cancelled. The Showtime series, which follows sex researchers William Masters and Virginia Johnson, has been axed after four seasons. The broadcaster said in a statement: " Masters of Sex was a beautifully written and acted exploration of America's changing sexual mores.