AMC has given the go-ahead to Secret Stash, an unscripted series set in Kevin Smith's comic book shop, the network announced on Thursday.
"Draper. Meth. Zombies. This show couldn't be on a better network," Smith said in a statement. "And if they'd pushed just a little harder in the negotiations, I'd have done this show for no payment beyond early access to every episode of Mad Men, Breaking Bad and Walking Dead."
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Matt Hughes, a longtime meteorologist who starred on Discovery's Storm Chasers, has died. He was 30.
Hughes died May 26 in Wichita, Kan., but his death wasn't made public until Wednesday's episode of Storm Chasers, which was dedicated in his memory.
His death was unrelated to his often dangerous job. In a June 7 blog post titled "R.I.P. Matt" on Wichita's ABC affiliate KAKE-TV's website, Aaron Blaser, a former colleague and friend of Hughes, wrote that Hughes had tried to commit suicide.
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Mike and Frankie come to question their parenting skills in this episode. Axl gets suspended for truancy, and Mike decides to teach him a lesson by making him work in the quarry during the suspension. Mike's plan implodes, though, when Axl really likes the job, and decides he wants to drop out of school and work in the quarry full time. Also, Sue's beloved cross-country team is cut by the school, and Frankie fears she's responsible for the cutback. Some days parents can't buy a break. — Fred Mitchell
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Now that Kitty's decided to stay in California for her cancer treatment, she'll be able to depend on the proximity of her family, including Sarah, who surprised her sister last week by returning early from a trip to France. To take Kitty's mind off her chemotherapy, Sarah regales her with tales of a whirlwind affair with a dashing artist (Gilles Marini). Sarah's sultry narrative does the trick, but is this Gallic romance real, or is her French connection just another grand illusion?
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