“Feed the Beast”
Premiere Date: June 5, 2016
Total Viewers: <1 million
“Halt and Catch Fire”
Premiere date: June 21, 2014
Total Viewers: 1.2 million
This series about the personal computer boom has been well received by critics, but has failed to find a significant audience.
Premiere date: January 20, 2008
Total Viewers: 1.4 million
This groundbreaking series helped put AMC on the map and had the world sympathizing with one of the best meth cooks/chemistry teachers of all time. Yeah, bitch!
Premiere date: July 19, 2007
Total Viewers: 1.7 million
Handsome men in suits. Booze. Cigarettes. Christina Hendricks. Need we say more?
Premiere date: June 14, 2015
Total Viewers: 1.7 million
This British-American co-production has only aired eight episodes to date, with its next eight not due to hit U.S. screens until 2017.
Premiere date: June 13, 2010
Total Viewers: 2 million
James Badge Dale‘s series about intelligence analysts lacked the action of peers like “Breaking Bad” and was canceled after one season.
“Turn: Washington’s Spies”
Premiere date: April 6, 2014
Total Viewers: 2.1 million
Currently in its third season, this Revolutionary War drama has trailed off considerably in the ratings.
Premiere date: May 22, 2016
Total Viewers: 2.4 million
Though still early in its first season, this adaptation of the Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon comic book has received widespread critical acclaim.
“Low Winter Sun”
Premiere date: August 11, 2013
Total Viewers: 2.5 million
Mark Strong crossed the pond to star in this adaptation of his British miniseries, but U.S. audiences found the show too bleak and it was canceled after one season.
Premiere date: April 3, 2011
Total Viewers: 2.7 million
This show tried to answer the question of “Who killed Rosie Larson?” but fans got tired of the mystery after the first season.
“Hell on Wheels”
Premiere date: November 6, 2011
Total Viewers: 4.4 million
AMC took things back to the Old West with this series, which followed the rogues gallery that helped build the Transcontinental Railroad.
“The Walking Dead”
Premiere date: October 31, 2010
Total Viewers: 5.4 million
Zombies became super-chic with the rise of this series, which is now one of the most watched on all of television.
“Into the Badlands”
Premiere Date: November 15, 2015
Total Viewers: 6.4 million
Daniel Wu leads this martial arts action show, which features some of the best fight sequences ever seen on TV.
“Better Call Saul”
Premiere date: February 8, 2015
Total Viewers: 6.9 million
While no “Breaking Bad,” this spinoff featuring ultimate sleazy lawyer Jimmy McGill (a.k.a. Saul Goodman) has proven popular with fans and critics.
“Fear the Walking Dead”
Premiere date: August 23, 2015
Total Viewers: 10.1 million viewers
This companion series to “The Walking Dead” opened to a staggering 10.1 million viewers when it debuted in 2015.