Reality series covers the underground arm-wrestling circuit
Production on the AMC series will begin in late 2014 and may tackle the undead scene beyond the borders of Georgia
The geopolitical drama will focus on Western diplomats and journalists living in Afghanistan
Personal computing drama booting up again on AMC
Hardwick also talked about his upcoming celebrity bowling show on AMC
'80s computer drama surges in Live + 3 numbers, but can't match premiere audience
The cable programming company saw net revenues rise 37.6 percent to $522 million
A partnership would allow the companies to share resources amid a changing industry
Comic-Con 2014: The actor who plays Tyreese thought Carol's decision to kill Lizzie was written "beautifully," and hopes the toughest survivor on the series can...
Drama will center on an ex-pat who tragically overreaches while attempting to connect with insurgent leaders
Comic-Con 2014: Kirkman gives update on adaptation of comic book that has outsold "The Walking Dead"
Kiss-meisters trade their guitars for pigskin in new reality series
AMC's hard-to-kill drama "The Killing" will return for a third season June 2 at 8 p.m. with a two-hour premiere, the network said Friday. More...
After initially cancelling the drama, AMC renewed it for a third season in January
Promoted from vice president as company prepares to roll out first wholly owned scripted drama
Dish blacked out AMC's networks from July Into October for its 14 million subscribers
"Kinsey" star Peter Sarsgaard will play a death row inmate and lifelong convict in AMC drama
Nemo is bearing down on the Northeast, prompting closures and cancellations
Former "Reno 911" executive producers will develop and produce projects for AMC
Glen Mazzara tweets a horde of season 3 images
"Mad Men" will premiere with a two-hour episode
Latest preview for the second half of the AMC drama's third season suggests Rick and his crew are preparing to wage war against the Governor
Production for the 12-episode third season of "The Killing" will begin Feb. 25.
Dish CEO Joe Clayton won't back down on his company's ad-skipping service
Production for online versions of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" will begin in February, with creator Agnes Nixon playing a consulting role
"Low Winter Sun" will star Mark Strong as a Detroit police officer who descends into the underworld after murdering a fellow cop
Former "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles" executive producer John Wirth will lead AMC western "Hell on Wheels" into its third season
"Halt & Catch Fire" and "Turn" will take place during the '80s computer boom and America's revolutionary period, respectively
Chad Coleman will reportedly make his "Walking Dead" debut by the end of the current season
Revenues up, and company is "delighted" to be back in business with Dish