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AMC Announces Premiere for Halt and Catch Fire

AMC's upcoming computer pioneering drama Halt and Catch Fire will premiere Sunday, June 1 at 10/9c, has learned.

The 10-episode series follows an unlikely trio, played by Lee Pace, Scoot McNairy and Mackenzie Davis, as they try and revolutionize the idea of the personal computer. Set in the early 1980s, former IBM executive Joe McMillan (Pace) enlists an engineer Gordon Clark (McNairy) and the volatile prodigy Cameron Howe (Davis) in the hopes of forcing his company Cardiff Electric into the personal computer race.

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AMC Orders Two New Dramas Starring Jamie Bell and Pushing Daisies' Lee Pace

AMC has ordered two new dramas starring Pushing Daisies alum Lee Pace and Billy Elliot star Jamie Bell, the network announced at Friday's Television Critics Association's fall TV previews.

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VIDEO: Reckoning

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Aired: 4/17/2013

In the season finale, John copes with the aftermath of his kidnapping, while Sammy closes in on the real robbers and the pressure builds on Ben. Meanwhile, Lydia continues to pursue John's kidnappers and becomes more intimate with Russell (special guest star TOM EVERETT SCOTT). watch


Southland: The Complete Fifth & Final Season [HD]
Southland: The Complete Fourth Season [HD]
Southland: The Complete Fifth & Final Season

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Year Title Description
2012 Southland: Integrity Check
Season 4, Episode 6
Episode, Writer
2007 K-Ville TV Show Series, Executive Producer
2003 The District: Criminally Insane
Season 3, Episode 19
Episode, Writer
2001 The District: Melt Down
Season 2, Episode 6
Episode, Writer
Halt & Catch Fire TV Show Series, Executive Producer

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Southland Star and Executive Producer on the Finale and Possible Next Season

For its entire five-season run on both NBC and TNT, the ratings-challenged Southland has struggled to stay alive. And after a heart-pounding and catastrophic finale on April 17 that drew a mediocre 1.8 million viewers, the gritty police drama is again facing cancellation. The day after the airing of what could be their final episode, which culminated in out-of-control John Cooper (Michael Cudlitz) getting shot down by fellow officers, executive producer Jonathan Lisco and Cudlitz looked back — and ahead... read more

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