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  1. 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

  2. Coco Rocha Launches Latest Banana Republic Mad Men Collection at L.A. Pop Up Shop

    10:35 am 2/27/2013

    'The Face' judge celebrated the 1960s-inspired line and her latest ad campaign with a quick L.A. jaunt.Read more

  3. Costume Designers Guild Awards: Jacqueline Durran Wins for 'Anna Karenina,' Now Oscar Costume Front-runner

    10:16 am 2/20/2013

    Anne Hathaway's disco ball memorial, an "SNL" reunion and other musings from costume design's biggest night. Read more

  4. WGA Awards: 'Zero Dark Thirty,' 'Argo' Take Top Screenplay Honors

    3:15 pm 2/17/2013

    UPDATED: "Girls," "Breaking Bad" and "Louie" were among the TV winners recognized at simultaneous ceremonies held in Los Angeles and New York.Read more

  5. SAG Awards Fashion: Claire Danes, January Jones, Julianne Moore Vie for Best Black-and-White Gowns (Poll)

    12:04 pm 1/28/2013

    Other stark statements: Naomi Watts and Kerry Washington wore white, Anne Hathaway was all black, and a touch of blue was seen on Nicole Kidman and Jennifer Lawrence. Read more

  6. 'Mad Men' Releases 4 Classy Promo Stills Ahead of Season 6 (Photos)

    4:05 pm 1/23/2013

    Soon after firming up plans for an April return date, AMC unveils a few choice black-and-white shots of the cast dressed to the nines.Read more

  7. 'Mad Men' Season Six Premiering April 7 With Two-Hour Film

    5:48 am 1/23/2013

    The Emmy-winning drama will launch with a movie for the second season in a row.Read more

  8. AMC Networks Head on Glen Mazzara's 'Walking Dead' Exit and 'The Killing's' Surprise Return (Q&A)

    7:00 am 1/18/2013

    CEO Josh Sapan tells THR about those pesky carriage battles and the drama that could reinvent Sundance Channel.Read more

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