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    AMC Cancels 'Low Winter Sun'

    "Low Winter Sun" has been a rare misstep for AMC, a network with a great, if limited, track record.

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    With 'Breaking Bad' Over and 'Mad Men' In Its Final Season, How AMC is Preparing for the Future

    AMC's President Charlie Collier talks about the future of the network with two of its defining series finished or coming to an end, the recent move into spin-offs, splitting up seasons and why live TV is still important.

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    TV IS THE NEW CINEMA: 'Breaking Bad' and 'Low Winter Sun' Updates, Mark Strong on Brit Actors in U.S. Series (SPOILERS)

    The big TV news this week was a breathtaking episode of "Breaking Bad" (AMC) that delivered huge surprises that were, at the same time, perfectly plausible. This is a mark of great storytelling, the ability to jolt us with startling developments we couldn't have anticipated that now seem inevitable....

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    Watch the First Episode of AMC's Detroit Crime Drama 'Low Winter Sun' Online

    "Low Winter Sun," the first new drama from AMC in two years, premiered earlier this month to a mixed reception from the critics and okay ratings that dropped in the show's second week despite its being paired with "Breaking Bad."

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    TV IS THE NEW CINEMA: Next Time, Larry David Should Play the Cop

    The new Larry David comedy "Clear History," a feature-length one-off that he wrote and stars in, settles into an amiable groove early on and is consistently enjoyable. Which is not to say that it breaks any new ground. It's firmly in the reliable comic sub-genre of the know-it-all who is his own wor...

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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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    AMC Plans Sneak Peek Screenings of New Series 'Low Winter Sun' in Select Theaters on July 29

    AMC will partner with Art House Convergence to offer sneak peek screenings of the first episode of the network's upcoming drama series "Low Winter Sun" in select theaters nationwide on July 29.

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    He's a Great Guy, But He's Also a Murderer: Check Out the Poster for AMC's New Drama 'Low Winter Sun'

    Earlier this week AMC released its poster for the highly anticipated final half season of "Breaking Bad," key art that showed Walter White (Bryan Cranston) demanding "Remember my name." Today, the network released artwork for its new Detroit cop drama "Low Winter Sun."

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