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    'Breaking Bad' Sets Us on Walt's Road to Hell -- The Only Question is How He'll Get There

    Check out our recap of "Blood Money," the August 11th, 2013 mid-season premiere of "Breaking Bad."

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    Exclusive: Watch the Title Sequence for 'Low Winter Sun,' Featuring a Song By Detroit's Legendary Bettye LaVette

    "Low Winter Sun," the new AMC drama premiering this Sunday, August 11 at 10pm after "Breaking Bad" is set in Detroit, in a world where cops and criminal get a little too close for comfort. In addition to the series featuring original music by composer Tyler Bates ("Watchmen," "Californication," "God...

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    'Low Winter Sun' Has the Grit and the Great Cast, But Is It Something You'll Actually Want to Watch?

    "Low Winter Sun" begins with a murder. It's the murder of a cop, by a cop -- or rather, two of them. Frank Agnew (Mark Strong) and Joe Geddes (Lennie James), a pair of Detroit detectives, have decided to kill their corrupt, drug- and booze-addicted colleague Brendan McCann (Michael McGrady).

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    Mark Strong on Playing the Same Character Twice in 'Low Winter Sun' and Not Using Detroit for 'Ruin Porn'

    Mark Strong is getting a chance to do something few actors ever have the opportunity to -- to appear in the same role twice, in different contexts. He first played Frank Agnew in 2006 for the British "Low Winter Sun," a dark, two-part drama about two Edinburgh policemen who commit and then try to co...

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    Will 'Breaking Bad' Give Walter White the Ending He Deserves?

    Because the lifespan of a television series can be so uncertain, small screen endings tend to be tricky, elusive things. As reassuring as it can be to hear that a creator has a plan for one in mind, they also have to be held to the horizon, hopefully hinted at while kept in the distance, ready to be...

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    Listen to Bryan Cranston Recite 'Ozymandias' on Behalf of 'Breaking Bad': 'Look on my works, ye mighty, and despair!'

    The nonstop media blitz leading up to the final eight episodes of "Breaking Bad" shows no sign of slowing down, with the first episode premiering in just under two weeks. AMC has been getting crafty and inventive in maintaining the fans' excitement and anticipation for the big day.

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    On 'Breaking Bad' Regrets, When Walt Turned Bad and a Surprising Guest Role: 10 Highlights From Vince Gilligan's MoMI Talks With Charlie Rose

    Last week, the Museum of the Moving Image unveiled a new exhibit entitled "From Mr. Chips to Scarface: Walter White's Transformation in ‘Breaking Bad'," featuring props and costumes from the award-winning, hit show. To celebrate the opening, the museum hosted a talk last night with show creator Vinc...

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    Peter Sarsgaard on His First Regular TV Role and His Big Moment on 'The Killing': 'I Actually Blacked Out'

    Peter Sarsgaard talks about this week's major episode of "The Killing," why he decided to give a regular TV role a try and the only time he's chosen to act in a project based on pay instead of quality.

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    'Breaking Bad' Creator Gilligan Claims “Most folks will dig the ending;” AMC Unveils Two New Series

    AMC is ramping up production of original series, ordering two new shows in one cycle for the first time in its history, even as it bids goodbye to “Breaking Bad,” the series that followed “Mad Men” to help launch its remarkable run of acclaimed cable hits.

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    AMC Greenlights '80s Silicon Prairie Series 'Halt & Catch Fire' and Revolutionary War Spy Saga 'Turn'

    For the first time in the network's history, AMC has greenlit two new scripted show to series. "Halt & Catch Fire" and "Turn" have both received series orders -- production on both is scheduled to start late this year, with both slated to premiere in 2014.

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