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    Netflix Finalizes a Deal to Stream the New Season of 'The Killing' Three Months After It Airs on AMC

    When "The Killing" was brought back for a third season by AMC after the network initially canceled the series last summer, there was speculation that Netflix, who's been in talks about potentially continuing the show themselves, would be involved in the deal in some way. There were no partners menti...

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    Don Draper is Looking a Little Drawn in the New Poster for 'Mad Men' Season Six

    Continuing the trend of enigmatic marketing art from last year's campaign, which featured a photo of Don Draper (Jon Hamm) looking at a window display containing two mannequins, the season six "Mad Men" key art released by AMC yesterday involves a drawing of the show's protagonist passing himself on...

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    Jeffrey Wright Joins 'Boardwalk Empire,' RZA Gets 'Gang Related' & Scoot McNairy Is Ready To 'Halt & Catch Fire'

    Exciting news for “Boardwalk Empire” fans – Jeffrey Wright will join the show for its fourth season next year as a series regular. He'll be playing “Valentin Narcisse, Doctor of Divinity, philanthropist, student of culture and the man who runs Harlem.” So he’s a character with a pretty impressive CV...

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    Exclusive: Sneak Peek Photos From 'Arrow on the Doorpost,' The Upcoming Episode of 'The Walking Dead'

    "The Walking Dead" is accelerating toward the end of its third season with episodes that have ramped up the aggression between Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the Governor (David Morrissey) and, in the latest installment, reintroduced Morgan (Lennie James) from the zombie drama's first year.

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    Watch: From the Set of 'Breaking Bad,' Bryan Cranston Promises 'A Roller Coaster Ride to Hell'

    AMC has yet to announce a premiere date for the final half-season of "Breaking Bad." Aaron Paul, who plays Jesse Pinkman, did let slip on Twitter that the show would be back on July 14th, but the network's refused to confirm that as official and informed HitFix's Alan Sepinwall that it was incorrect...

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    Watch: Glitzy Promo Teasers for 'Mad Men' Season Six and Soderbergh's 'Behind the Candelabra'

    Two glitzy teasers have landed: One for the much-anticipated sixth season of "Mad Men," promising the "affair of the year," and one for Steven Soderbergh's made-for-TV HBO film "Behind the Candelabra."

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    'Mad Men' Releases a Characteristically Uninformative Teaser For Its New Season

    Somewhere in the halls of AMC, marketers must gnash their teeth and rend their garments yearly in frustration over how to market the network's flagship series without being allowed to showcase anything about it.

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    Scott M. Gimple Officially Confirmed as the New 'Walking Dead' Showrunner

    AMC announced today that Scott M. Gimple will be taking over from the departing Glen Mazzara as the new showrunner for "The Walking Dead."

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    How to Make the Transition from Indie Film to TV: 5 Things We Learned From Our Panel With the NYTVF

    Over the past few years, television's begun to challenge film as the preeminent outlet for American storytelling, the breadth of interest and means of distribution at an all-time high for a medium that can no longer be looked at as of inferior artistic merit. While mainstream film is driven far ...

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    Laurie Holden on 'The Walking Dead,' Sleeping With the Enemy and Why Andrea is Misunderstood

    Anyone currently watching AMC’s hit zombie series "The Walking Dead" knows that both the Governor (David Morrissey) and Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) are pretty clearly crazy. It may be a different kind of insanity for each, but they’ve both gone a bit off the deep end in r...

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