[11/16/10 - 09:20 AM]
Lucy Liu Stars in Lifetime Miniseries Event "Marry Me" Premiering December 12 and 13 Steven Pasquale, Bobby Cannavale, Enrique Murciano, Annie Potts, Vanessa Marano, Elizabeth Bogush and Danielle Nicolet also star.
[11/21/07 - 12:28 PM]
Val Kilmer, Steve Zahn and Rachel Griffiths Star in "Comanche Moon," a New Six-Hour Mini-Series, Based on the Novel by Larry Mcmurtry, and the Final Chapter in the "Lonesome Dove" Saga, to Be Broadcast JaN. 13, JaN. 15 and JaN. 16 on the CBS Television Network The mini-series was previously set to air Sunday, Dec. 30, Tuesday, Jan. 1 and Wednesday, Jan. 2.
[10/01/07 - 01:18 PM]
Val Kilmer, Steve Zahn and Rachel Griffiths Star in "Comanche Moon," a New Six-Hour Mini-Series, Based on the Book by Larry Mcmurtry, That Is the Prequel to the Bestselling and Pulitzer Prize-Winning Book, Lonesome Dove, to Be Broadcast DeC. 30, JaN. 1 and JaN. 2 on the CBS Television Network The six-hour mini-series also stars Karl Urban, Linda Cardellini, Elizabeth Banks and Wes Studi.
[07/15/07 - 10:19 PM]
AMC to Launch New Original Drama Series "Breaking Bad" The series is described as "the dark tale of a desperate man who turns to a life of crime to secure his family's financial security."
[07/15/07 - 10:17 PM]
AMC Continues Original Programming Momentum with New Slate of Series in Development "AMC is committed to creating an environment of cinematic quality, and it is gratifying to see that our vision is resonating with such high profile talent," stated AMC's Executive Vice President of Programming and Production, Rob Sorcher.
[07/15/07 - 10:15 PM]
AMC Establishes Commitment to Miniseries with New Programming Slate in Development The projects include "State of Wrath" (Michael Blake and Lou Morheim), "Berlin Mesa" (Michael Frost Beckner, John Baldecchi, and Rich Silverman), "Skylark" (Michael Nankin, Jonathan Baruch with CBS/Paramount), "White Rose" (John Leekley) and "L-19" (William Brookfield, Gub Neal, and Justin Thompson Glover).
[06/20/07 - 06:02 PM]
AMC Greenlights New Original Drama Series Breaking Bad Plus: the network confirms its original series "Mad Men" will premiere on Thursday, July 19 at 10:00/9:00c.
[04/18/07 - 11:25 PM]
AMC Establishes Commitment to Miniseries with New Programming Slate in Development The cable channel's development slate includes projects from Michael Blake, Lou Morheim, Michael Frost Beckner, John Baldecchi, Rich Silverman, Michael Nankin, Jonathan Baruch, John Leekley, William Brookfield, Gub Neal, and Justin Thompson Glover.
[03/22/07 - 10:51 PM]
AMC Continues Original Programming Momentum with New Slate of Series in Development Tom Fontana, Freddie DeMann, William Finkelstein, Kip Koenig, David Semel, Karen Hall, Michael Oates Palmer, Jason Rothenberg, Scott Villa, Adam Glass, Bob Cooper, Orin Woinsky, Stacy Title and Jonathan Penner all have projects in the works at AMC.