"Robert "Bob" Greenblatt" (born 1960) is an American television executive and currently the chairman of NBC Universal Television Group/NBC Entertainment.

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We're having productive conversations with Twentieth, but we're a step shy of closing a deal.

We're very interested in making it work for us.

I think it's an incredibly bold and original show. And if only a small fraction of the loyal audience that's on Fox came to Showtime, it would be one of our highest-rated shows.

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