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  1. Remember 'Mad Men'? AMC Hopes So

    8:00 am 3/16/2012

    THE REPORT: Will audiences reappear when the Jon Hamm-fronted series returns after an 18-month hiatus?Read more

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  2. Vincent Kartheiser 'Mad Men' PaleyFest 2012

    4:45 pm 3/15/2012

    Vincent Kartheiser on the longevity of the show and why it is so successful. And the progression of his character's relationship with Trudy Campbell played by 'Community' star Alison Brie.Read more

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  3. John Slattery 'Mad Men' PaleyFest 2012

    4:04 pm 3/15/2012

    With rumors of on going budget cuts surrounding the show, John Slattery gives us his take on what could happen to his character Roger Sterling.Read more

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  4. Jared Harris 'Mad Men' PaleyFest 2012

    3:22 pm 3/15/2012

    From PaleyFest Jared Harris on the direction of his character Lane Pryce and what else show creator Matthew Weiner has in store for him.Read more

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  5. Kiernan Shipka 'Mad Men' PaleyFest 2012

    12:32 pm 3/15/2012

    Kiernan Shipka shares that she is curious about how her character Sally is going to react to Megan being together with her father on the show.Read more

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  6. Robert Morse 'Mad Men' PaleyFest 2012

    10:51 am 3/15/2012

    Robert Morse on wanting an office or even a love interest for his 'Mad Men' character Bertram Cooper.Read more

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  7. January Jones 'Mad Men' PaleyFest 2012

    3:41 pm 3/14/2012

    'Mad Men' star January Jones on the direction of her character Betty in the upcoming season.Read more

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  8. 'Mad Men' Creator Matthew Weiner on the Unexpectedly Long Season 5 Premiere (Video)

    2:11 pm 3/14/2012

    "I wanted it to feel more like first season," he tells THR of the originally unplanned two-hour episode, before talking about his aversion to spoilers and tackling another series down the road.Read more

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AMC Networks, Suddenlink Reach New Carriage Deal

    12:11 pm 3/14/2012


The agreement avoids a programming blackout that could have led to cable subscribers missing the season finale of AMC hit show "The Walking Dead" and the return of "Mad Men."
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