HBO Developing Darren Aronofsky's Post-Apocalyptic Drama MaddAddam
Cable TV is turning into a virtual Barnes & Noble.
HBO, home to based-on-books fare like Game of Thrones and the forthcoming The Leftovers, has put into development another literary adaptation — this one helmed by Black Swan director Darren Aronofsky READ MORE
Halt and Catch Fire: Does AMC's New Drama Compute?
The early days of personal computing, though important for their contribution to our increasingly technology-filled lives, certainly aren’t the sexiest possible subject for a cable drama to tackle. READ MORE
Lee Pace on Halt and Catch Fire's Computer-Pioneer Antihero, Plus Pushing Daisies & Hannibal Dreams
The hero of AMC’s newest series, Halt and Catch Fire (premiering this Sunday at 10/9c), is a fictional visionary at the dawn of the computer era — and possibly a bit of a sociopath, too. READ MORE
Killer Breaking Bad Twist: Could Walter White Have Survived?
Throughout Breaking Bad‘s five-season run, drug kingpin Walter White got himself out of a lot of tight, seemingly hopeless situations. READ MORE
TVLine Items: New Covert Spy, Hell on Wheels' Return, Strain Promo & More
Max Martini (Crisis, The Unit) is getting in the spy game.
The actor will guest-star on Season 5 of Coverts Affairs as a former CIA operative, USA Network has announced. Read More
Mad Men: 12 Questions We Want Answered by the Series Finale
How many fingers of Scotch are acceptable before noon? How many tag lines can you generate by 5 pm? And sweetheart, will you pick up my dry cleaning on your lunch break? READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
Mad Men Midseason Finale Recap: The Best Things in Life Are Free [Updated]
The following recap contains spoilers from Mad Men‘s midseason finale. If you haven’t watched yet, bookmark this page and come back later!
“No man has ever come back from leave, not even Napoleon,” Bert tells Roger in Sunday’s Mad Men midseason finale – and soon after, the firm’s founding father gets a chance …READ MORE & VOTE
Mad Men: The 15 Best Recurring Characters
Last Sunday’s return – and departure? – of Mad Men‘s Bob Benson got us thinking about the AMC series’ supporting players: Though regulars like Don and Peggy get all the adoration and/or ire, these lesser-used characters are the ones that lend perspective (and often comic relief) to the period drama.
We’ve narrowed the field …READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
TVLine Items: Under the Dome Dad Is Cast, New Thrones High, Lifetime's Omen Sequel and More
A Person of Interest is about to find himself Under the Dome.
Brett Cullen, known to POI fans as the late Nathan Ingram, is joining the second season of CBS’ sci-fi drama …READ MORE
Mad Men Recap: One Big, Happy Family
There you are, Mad Men.
Just when I thought that maybe the first half of the AMC drama’s final season was going to be little more than a navel-gazing exercise, we get an episode that has all of the elements of great Mad Mens past …READ MORE