The final chapter of “Mad Men” will begin unfolding on April 5, 2015 on AMC. Its creator Matt Weiner and his team have always kept the details under wraps. But it has been hinted that the second part of the show’s final season will be like a finale episode for each of the character. Weiner can only confirm that the finale will focus on the big six, namely Don, Joan, Peggy, Betty, Peter and Roger.
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Two new renewal announcements for television have been confirmed today. First, the FOX comedy series “New Girl” has been given a fifth season, while the FX spy drama “The Americans” is coming back for a fourth season.
After “The Sound of Music” in 2013 and “Peter Pan” in 2014, NBC is set to bring the Broadway musical “The Wiz” on live television this year. The show is set for telecast on Dec. 3, 2015 as announced by NBC entertainment.
Rumors and outrageous stories about the Church of Scientology will be threshed out in HBO’s latest documentary “Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief,” which debuts tonight, March 29,…
Last Monday, the internet was already buzzing with news of a possible “The X-Files” revival. The rumors say that FOX was going to greenlight the series and today, the network has made the official announcement. The show will be returning to television for a limited six-episode offering. Read on.
Pursuing its push for more quality scripted series following the success of “Vikings,” the History Channel is planning to develop the story of the Knights Templar into a TV series. Jeremy Renner’s production company is reportedly behind the project.
The CW is intending to adapt the “Friday The 13th” movie franchise into a television series, according to a report from Uproxx. This has been rumored for quite some time now, and it looks like the small screen project is pushing forward with Sean Cunningham, the director and producer of the original film, running the whole thing. Here’s what the details are for the TV show so far: