Showtime Networks has unveiled its third annual show house in Manhattan, just in time for the launch of the fall television season.
This year’s house, located in the top three floors of a new Enrique Norten-designed tower, features the work of 15 design studios. Each team was charged with creating a room that takes its cue from a Showtime program, including the comedy-dramas Dexter (about a good-guy serial killer) and Weeds (about a drug-dealing suburban mother). Other programs include Californication, Nurse Jackie, United States of Tara, and two new series, The Big C and The Borgias.
The Showtime House is on view through October 27 and is open to the public on Saturdays, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets are $15, with proceeds benefiting the Harlem Children’s Zone. The house also will be featured in a half-hour program to air on Showtime.
to see a slide show. And for more information, visit www.showtimehouse.com.