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    Dallas Roberts Talks Being the Newest Addition to 'The Walking Dead' and Not Knowing What's Coming Next

    The secret behind the success of "The Walking Dead" isn't giving fan service (like the infamous "phone call" or the introduction of the Governor's daughter) but building onto the fans' expectations. So much in this third season is comparatively different to the graphi...

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    Netflix and AMC Are Probably Going to Resurrect 'The Killing' After All

    Having successfully brought "Arrested Development" back from beyond the grave six years after it was canceled by Fox, Netflix looks like it will actually be going through with another series resurrection.

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    AMC Renews 'Hell on Wheels' For a Third Season

    AMC's post-Civil War railroad Western "Hell on Wheels" will be back for a third season, reports TVLine. The show, which stars Anson Mount as the laconic Cullen Bohannon, a former Confederate soldier trying to avenge the death of his wife, wrapped its second 10-episode season on Oc...

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    Jared Harris Looks Back at 'Mad Men' and the Tragedy and Humor of Lane Pryce

    The interview below contains plot details from the most recent season of "Mad Men" -- anyone who hasn't seen it and would prefer to avoid spoilers is advised to come back to it after getting a chance to catch up.

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    Watch: Sneak Peek of the Season Premiere of 'The Walking Dead'

    "We got no place left to go."

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    AMC Greenlights Talent Competition Series 'Road Show,' Renews 'Small Town Security'

    AMC has two of the most acclaimed scripted series on TV, "Mad Men" and the ending-soon "Breaking Bad," as well as "Hell on Wheels" and the giant ratings hit "The Walking Dead," but the rest of its original programming schedule is sparse and slowly being filled...

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    Buy Yourself a Role on 'Mad Men' (For Charity)

    If you're at all a fan of "Mad Men," then you've probably entertained some thought about what your place in the world of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce would be like, or at least enviously eyed a vintage suit or Joan-worthy updo.

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    'Breaking Bad' Director of Photography Michael Slovis Talks About Shaping the Look of the Most Cinematic Show on Television

    When it comes to ambitious television, we tend to talk about the showrunner as the equivalent of the auteur in a film. But the original meaning of that term was more about director imparting his or her visual imprint on a work. And on a show as visually perceptive and imaginative as "Breaking B...

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    In Its Bloody, Busy Mid-Season Finale, 'Breaking Bad' Gives Us a Promise of Its End Game

    Knowing that this season, split into halves of eight episodes each (the back half will play out in the summer of 2013), is the last one for "Breaking Bad" has in many ways reversed the experience of watching it.

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    'Breaking Bad' Shows Us That Walt's Idea of Winning is for Everyone Else to Lose

    "When I'm out, I'm out."      --Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks)

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