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  1. AMC Bows First Trailer for Lennie James-Mark Strong Starrer 'Low Winter Sun' (Video)

    11:04 am 3/21/2013

    The drama is based on a 2006 British miniseries and tells the story of murder, deception, revenge and corruption in a world where the line between cops and criminals is blurred.Read more

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  2. Former CBS Exec David Shafer Joins Entertainment One

    8:22 am 3/18/2013

    The Los Angeles-based production executive will help oversee the Canadian producer's TV slate, including AMC's "Hell on Wheels," now in its third season. Read more

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  3. Netflix Strikes Deal for 'The Killing' Season Three

    3:20 am 3/14/2013

    UPDATED: The streaming service had been in negotiations with Fox Television Studios to get exclusive subscription VOD rights to the resurrected AMC hit show.Read more

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  4. 'Walking Dead' Adds Pair to Writers Room for Season 4

    11:10 am 3/12/2013

    Curtis Gwinn and Channing Powell join fellow newcomer Matt Negrete on the staff led by new showrunner Scott Gimple.Read more

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  5. Kerry Bishe to Reteam With 'Argo' Co-Star in AMC's '80s Computer Drama

    10:30 am 3/12/2013

    The network's pilot "Halt & Catch Fire" will mark the second time she'll play Scoot McNairy's wife.Read more

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  6. Cablevision CFO Gregg Seibert to Become Vice Chairman

    7:06 pm 3/11/2013

    The executive will continue to report to CEO James Dolan.Read more

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  7. 'The Killing' Recruits 'L.A. Complex' Star for Recurring Role (Exclusive)

    4:28 pm 3/5/2013

    Benjamin Charles Watson has joined the third season of AMC's revived drama as a transgender teen.Read more

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  8. 'Mad Men' Releases First Season 6 Promo (Video)

    10:10 am 3/4/2013

    "The Affair" makes good use of the recent black-and-white stills, promising a raucous return for the AMC series.Read more

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  9. Rogers and AMC Networks End Carriage Dispute With Multi-Year Canadian Deal

    3:45 pm 3/1/2013

    The agreement means the U.S. won't blackout "The Walking Dead," "Mad Men" and "Breaking Bad" for Canadian cable subscribers, as earlier threatened. Read more

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