When AMC's critically acclaimed Mad Men returns on Sunday, March 25, it remains to be seen how loyal its viewers are. After a 17-month break, will fans return to find out how Madison Avenue ad man Don Draper fared after the drama of last season?
The talented Christopher Heyerdahl chats about playing John Druitt and Bigfoot in Syfy's Sanctuary as well as his work in immensely popular Twilight Saga feature film franchise and AMC TV's Hell on Wheels.
"We always wanted to be honest, have a touch of reality to it. One thing we constantly kept coming back to in the writers room was not to think like modern people. In 1865, what would a character's attitude be toward native Americans? What would a character's attitude be toward a prostitute? What do you really think? How would you react?"
Zombies done right. That’s what I think of when describing The Walking Dead on AMC. I’ve seen too many of the bad zombie low budget flicks on basic cable at late hours so I was originally turned off by the idea of a TV series.
Though not technically a "Halloween show," you knew The Walking Dead, AMC's zombie apocalypse series, HAD to be back on the air for season two in October.Utterly eschewing the recent trend toward "nice" zombies, The Walking Dead vividly plays to...
The best show of television has returned, and yet, there are still some who don’t understand the obsession that is Breaking Bad. Why watch three seasons (season four debuted Sunday night) of a man slowly embracing his criminality? Is Walt...
Long-time viewers will be more than pleased with the season opener, but if you’ve never experienced Breaking Bad, now is the time to catch up. The acting is exemplary (note Cranston’s multiple Emmy wins), and its strange, creepy vibe and unique plot make it unlike any other show on TV. Just watch out for the gore.
If you are not already aware, The Killing, which is based on the Danish show with the same name, is a murder mystery with a difference. Unlike most crime procedurals, the show focuses on a single case for the entire season rather than one per week. It works.
NBC's upcoming version of Prime Suspect raises hope that complex, credible women detectives will continue to flourish on primetime. However, the inauspicious trailer featuring close-ups of Maria Bello running wind sprints is grounds for concern.