Walking Dead Season 5

The fourth season of The Walking Dead ended with one of the biggest cliffhangers yet. [Don't worry, no spoilers here]. It made fans want to know what’s next for Rick, Daryl and the crew even more than usual and now you can get a glimpse. AMC has released a few little Walking Dead Season 5 preview videos, documenting the cast and crew’s first day back filming on the hit show as well as one asking everyone their favorite kills on the show. Check out the Walking Dead Season 5 videos below. Read More »

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Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg have begun work on the pilot episode of AMC’s small screen adaptation of Preacher, based on the comic series by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon. Today Seth Rogen has tweeted a photo showing that work has started on the pilot episode with Breaking Bad‘s Sam Catlin who will serve as the series showrunner. See a photo of the Preacher pilot episode outline board after the jump.

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Better Call Saul

One of the biggest burning questions regarding the AMC Breaking Bad spin-off Better Call Saul has been answered. It’s a prequel to Breaking Bad. And a sequel to Breaking Bad. And a part of Breaking Bad, all at the same time. Executive producer Peter Gould told the NY Daily News the show is going to have flexible timeline, which would allow the story to span decades including, yes, those where Saul (Bob Odenkirk) was working with Walter White (Bryan Cranston). Read more about the Better Call Saul timeline below. Read More »

Mad Men ads

Emmy voters are currently deciding on the best in television over the past year and, all over the streets of Los Angeles, your favorite TV shows are plastered on billboards. The Walking Dead, True Detective and many more are being pushed by their respective networks, hoping voters check them out or at least have their memories jogged about shows that finished a while ago.

Of all the ads emblazoned up and down Sunset Blvd or Highland Ave., the ones for Mad Men really stand out. Which makes sense. A show about advertising should have the best advertising. While the show’s creative team has done a great job with that in the past, these ads take things to another level. Check them out below. Read More »

Halt and Catch Fire pilot episode

AMC has released the Halt and Catch Fire pilot episode online for everyone to preview ahead of the series’ June 1st premiere. This might be my most anticipated new television series of the year, a fictionalized dramatic thriller set in the wild west of the early 1980s PC revolution. The show is set during the expansion of the PC market after IBM rose to prominence. The new series stars Lee Pace as Joe MacMillan, Scoot McNairy as Gordon Clark, Kerry Bishé as Donna Clark, and Mackenzie Davis as Cameron Howe, who exploit particular aspects of IBM’s design to create their own personal computer. Find out how to watch the Halt and Catch Fire pilot episode after the jump, and we’ve also included the trailer for the new television series.

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Walking Dead Season 4

The fourth season of AMC’s hit show, The Walking Dead, just ended a few weeks ago but the first look at the next season is already here. (PS – That’s not it above.) The first season 5 photo is not particularly revealing, especially if you’ve seen the finale of season four. But it’s pretty representative of the story we can expect when the show returns this October. Check out the first Walking Dead season 5 photo below. Read More »

Kevin Smith Could Become AMC’s Late Night Host

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Kevin Smith, a late night host? AMC has asked the Clerks director to film a pilot of his Hollywood Babble-On podcast with Ralph Garman to potentially become a weekly late night talk show program. The company has also renewed Smith’s Comic Book Men for a fourth season and is developing a new show around one of that show’s frequent guests, collector Robert Bruce. Read more about the “Kevin Smith late night host” concept below. Read More »

True Detective Parody

The True Detective finale airs this weekend and fans everywhere are on pins and needles waiting to see where creator Nic Pizzolatto and director Cary Joji Fukunaga will take us in the last hour. After the debut episode, the show quickly reached critical mass. A True Detective parody here, a theory there, the Season Two meme is still everywhere, and debates have raged since day one. Now, even celebrities are getting into the fun. Community co-stars Joel McCale and Jim Rash (an Oscar winner, by the way) appeared on E’s The Soup to poke fun at hit HBO show. Check it out below. Read More »

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