Only three weeks into 2014, Elisabeth Moss has already won a Golden Globe for “Top of the Lake,” world premiered two films at the Sundance Film Festival, and shot some scenes for the upcoming final season of “Mad Men.”
With two of its signature shows becoming past tense, AMC is reaching even deeper into the past to stake out its future. Meanwhile, sister network The Sundance Channel revealed a spate of original programming during the 2014 Television Critics Association press tour.
AMC announced dates for its 2014 original programming schedule today, including the premieres of new series "Turn" and the first half of the final season of "Mad Men." But what may be most interesting for people is that "Breaking Bad" prequel "Better Call Saul" is set to debut in the fall.
The Paley Center for Media this morning announced the full lineup for its 31st annual PaleyFest celebrating great television. The event will take place at the Dolby Theatre at Hollywood and Highland from March 13 to 28.
While 2013 found us saying goodbye to landmark small screen antiheroes Walter White and Dexter Morgan, it also saw the rise of some wonderfully prickly female protagonists that pushed at our expectations and sympathies in different ways.