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    How Kevin Smith's 'Comic Book Men' Serves as a Requiem For the 'Clerks' Era

    The AMC reality show offers bittersweet insight into another time in Kevin Smith fandom and in indie film.

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    Jon Hamm Keeps it Classy with 'Mad Men' Cast on Today Show

    Jon Hamm and Co. keep it classy on the Today show. He and his "Mad Men" co-stars and creator discuss the return the show for season five, their seventeen month break, and Hamm's recent comments about reality train-wreck television. He politely stands by his comments about Kim Kardashia...

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    It's 1965 for Newsweek's Retro 'Mad Men' Issue, Complete with Sexist Ads

    Newsweek went back to 1965 for its retro issue featuring a cover story on "Mad Men," returning to AMC March 25. The magazine's "Mad Men" story was written by Eleanor Clift, who recalls her early days at Newsweek back in the 1960s. She recalls, "Women weren’t supposed to be openly ambitious in the ’6...

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    'The Walking Dead' and Women: Bring On Andrea and Michonne

    For various scheduling reasons (Oscars, Sundance, SXSW), I wound up watching the final five episodes of "The Walking Dead" Season Two on Sunday, including the finale (review here). One of the things I hate about even the best reality television, from "Survivor" and "Project Runway" to "Top Chef" and...

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    How 'The Walking Dead' Became a Better Show By Tossing the Comic Book in the Flames

    [Warning: Spoilers for the season two of "The Walking Dead" and volumes two and three of the graphic novel below]

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    'Walking Dead' Will Reanimate as a Social Game, Plus a Season Three Preview

    Season two of "The Walking Dead" wrapped last night, and to tide fans over during the long lurch toward season three in the fall, AMC is launching a social game in April based on the series in conjunction with developers RockYou.

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    'The Walking Dead' Review: Killing Them Softly

    Ever since the decision was made to keep him alive in the "Walking Dead" (rather than allow Carl to kill him as he did in the first volume of the comic), the question the writers never seemed to answer was, “What can we do with Shane?”

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    Hamm, Hendricks, Slattery, Moss & Weiner Talk 'Mad Men' Season Five with EW

    EW's scoop on "Mad Men" season five arrives in the next issue (on newsstands March 9). Here's a peek at the goods from cast members Elizabeth Moss, Jon Hamm, John Slattery, Christina Hendricks and show creator Matthew Weiner. The two-hour season premiere airs on AMC March 25.

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    'The Walking Dead' Episode 4 Review: 'Judge, Jury, Executioner'

    Perhaps it's because it originally set its own bar too high: “The Walking Dead” was so good out of the gate, such a great mixture of genre and sophistication, that its current episodes feel like a come-down.

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    TV Watch: Betty Is Back With a Vengeance in New 'Mad Men' Teaser

    Filling out their "Mad Men Is Back" campaign, AMC launched a "Betty Is Back" teaser. In just thirty seconds, the spot highlights moments of Betty's pearl-clutching, martini-swilling, child-slapping, cigarette-puffing style.

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