Lennie James and Mark Strong
AMC's Low Winter Sun will not rise again.
The low-rated drama has been canceled after...
Anson Mount and Tayden Marks
Hell on Wheels isn't just getting renewed. It's getting super-sized!
The AMC period drama has been picked up for a 13-episode fourth season, which will air on Saturdays. In contrast, the first three seasons of the series consisted of just 10 episodes each. AMC moved the series, which stars...
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AMC will begin airing original programming on Saturday nights, starting in August with the Season 3 premiere of Hell on Wheels the network announced Monday.
FX is developing an action/horror drama with Kurt Sutter and former Hell on Wheels showrunner John Shiban, the network announced Tuesday.
The McCoy family of NBC's modern-day Hatfields & McCoys is starting to take shape: Virginia Madsen has joined the McCoy clan, TVGuide.com has learned.
Set in present-day Pittsburgh, a startling death reignites the feud between these two American legendary families, which was...
Joel Kinnaman and Mireille Enos
The Killing may not actually be dead yet.
Despite canceling the series back in July, AMC might bring back one of its most polarizing shows for a third season, Deadline.com reports.
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AMC is putting some gas in Hell on Wheels' tank and renewing the western drama for a third season, Deadline reports.
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However, the show is moving forward without...
AMC is having a moment. The network heads into the Emmys with 34 nominations, the most of any basic cable channel, and AMC's best tally ever. Mad Men is on the cusp of making Emmy history, trying for a fifth consecutive outstanding drama trophy. Breaking Bad ended the first half of its final season with some of its best ratings ever, while AMC's top-rated The Walking Dead returns on Oct. 14. With so much going on, AMC president Charlie Collier talked to TV Guide Magazine about his network's fortunes.
Following, some thoughts on another very busy weekend of summer TV. (At this point, I'm almost looking forward to the fall season starting, so I can catch my breath.)
CHI-TOWN CHICANERY: Corruption, mendacity, a thick smog of cynicism. Ain't we got fun? And so the audaciously downbeat political drama Boss returns to Starz (Friday, 9/8c), anchored and dominated yet again by Kelsey Grammer's tremendous performance as Chicago mayor (aka "boss" man) Tom Kane. A self-righteous bastard and unrepentant bully, this Machiavellian manipulator is notorious for "sacrificing that which is most precious for his political survival" (including sending his own daughter to prison and having his once-trusted turncoat adviser killed). Juggling more baggage than O'Hare during a blizzard, Kane is also beset by demons, manifesting as visions and hallucinations and ghosts, all symptoms of a debilitating brain disease — or maybe it's just good old guilt.