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    'The Killing' May Return From the Dead for a Third Season at Netflix or DirecTV

    Last month AMC killed off "The Killing" after two seasons of the American adaptation of the Danish procedural, ones that finally wrapped up the case of the murder of Seattle teenager Rosie Larsen. But Sarah Linden (Mireille Enos) and Stephen Holder (Joel Kinnaman) may be back -- on ei...

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    On 'Breaking Bad,' Everyone Wants Out of the Meth Game But Walter White

    "Everybody wins," Walter White (Bryan Cranston) insists at the end of "Buyout," last night's episode of "Breaking Bad." He's about to propose a plan that the credits roll on before we can hear, but it seems safe to assume that everybody will not win, because not...

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    Taxidermy Competitions and Freak Shows: AMC Greenlights Two New Unscripted Series

    AMC's current unscripted series slate -- Kevin Smith's "Comic Book Men," ad agency competition show "The Pitch" and the current "Small Town Security" -- have yet to make anything like the impact of the network's flagship scripted dramas "Mad Men," ...

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    'Dead Freight': On 'Breaking Bad' and Its Treatment of Children in Trouble

    There's no way the train job in "Dead Freight," last night's episode of "Breaking Bad," was going to go as planned. Nothing on the show ever goes just as planned, and once Vaminos Pest employee Todd (Jesse Plemons) admiringly told a preening Walt (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse (Aaron Paul) that "You guy...

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    Is 'Hell on Wheels' Worth Adding to Your DVR Line-up in Its New Season?

    It should to be said that "Hell on Wheels," AMC's Western drama set just after the Civil War and due to return for a second season kicking off this Sunday, August 12th at 9pm, is no "Deadwood."

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    Rian Johnson on 'Breaking Bad': 'Directing Walter White is Surreal on a Level That Directing a Movie Will Never Be'

    Rian Johnson, the filmmaker behind "Brick," "The Brothers Bloom" and the upcoming "Looper," is also the director of this past Sunday's terrific episode of "Breaking Bad," in which Walter White (Bryan Cranston) celebrated his 51st birthday with a brutal fig...

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    'Breaking Bad' Says Happy Birthday to Walter White and Goodbye to His Marriage

    "Clear sailing from here on out, I promise."        --Walter White (Bryan Cranston)

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    The 10 Greatest 'Breaking Bad' Opening Sequences

    The episode openings of "Breaking Bad" are often the show's most striking and formally daring aspects, incorporating music videos, fake commercials, one-take encounters, flashbacks and strange images we don't understand until later in the hour or in the season.

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    AMC Cancels 'The Killing' While FX Orders a Pilot for a Scandinavian Remake of Its Own

    It's not with immense regret that we read AMC's announcement that the network was not going to bring back "The Killing" for a third season. After a promising start, the always atmospheric but relentlessly gloomy and contrivance-filled adaptation of the hit Danish television series ...

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