|[04/25/13 - 11:47 AM]
AMC Greenlights Scripted Drama Pilot "Line of Sight"
The pilot marks the network's first exploration of science fiction in an original series.
|[08/23/12 - 11:08 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, August 23
Updates include: FOX asks "Bob's Burgers" for six additional scripts; Malin Akerman cast as the mom in ABC's "Suburgatory"; and Thomas Middleditch boards NBC's "The Office" spin-off.
|[09/12/11 - 11:24 PM]
Development Update: Monday, September 12
Updates include: "The Carrie Diaries" officially lands at The CW; ABC snags the Jim Belushi-led "You Won't Even Know I'm Here"; and TBS orders a pilot from Conan O'Brien's Conaco banner.
||[07/14/11 - 10:07 AM]
AMC Garners 29 Emmy(R) Award Nominations; Most for a Basic Cable Network Four Years in a Row
"The Walking Dead," "Rubicon" and "The Killing" were nominated alongside "Mad Men."
|[04/01/11 - 10:59 PM]
Development Update: Friday, April 1
Updates include: Eddie Izzard plots FX return; Christopher Lloyd joins NBC's Dan Goor comedy; and Burt Reynolds joins CMT's "Reel Love" original movie.
||[01/24/11 - 02:15 PM]
2010 Year in Review/2011 Year in Preview: AMC
A look at what's ahead on the cable channel, plus a recap of its 2010 ratings highlights.
||[12/29/10 - 08:25 AM]
Exclusive: Starz to Sneak "Camelot" Premiere After "Spartacus" Finale on February 25
"Camelot" then will formally launch Friday, April 1 at 10:00/9:00c as previously announced.
||[11/11/10 - 10:16 AM]
AMC Cancels "Rubicon"
"This was not an easy decision, but we are grateful to have had the opportunity to work with such a phenomenally talented and dedicated team," said the network.
|[11/02/10 - 09:29 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, November 2
Updates include: Kurtwood Smith joins "Chaos" at CBS; Liz Tigelaar confirms "Life Unexpected" to wrap season at 13 episodes; and Meryl Streep to visit Showtime's "Web Therapy."
|[08/04/10 - 06:28 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, August 4
Updates include: AMC pushes "Breaking Bad" to July; Courtney Ford to visit The CW's "The Vampire Diaries"; and Austin Winsberg books "Zombies vs. Vampires" at NBC.
|[06/07/10 - 02:08 PM]
Breaking Bad Season 3 Finale to Include Sneak Preview of AMC's New Original Drama "Rubicon"
The finale will be immediately followed by a "Rubicon" sneak preview.
|[04/20/10 - 09:16 AM]
AMC Announces Summer Programing Lineup
"Mad Men" returns Sunday, July 25 while newcomer "Rubicon" is due on Sunday, August 1.
|[04/06/10 - 12:17 PM]
AMC Casts Andrew Lincoln as Lead on New Series the Walking Dead
Plus: Jack LoGiudice has been tapped as a co-executive producer.
|[03/16/10 - 12:07 PM]
AMC's Rubicon Begins Production March 29th in New York City
James Badge Dale toplines the drama, which premieres this summer.
|[02/04/10 - 06:45 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, February 4
Updates include: Gary Cole is "Uncle Nigel" for TBS; HBO's "True Blood" adds a 15th role for season three; and Emily Rose to topline Syfy's "Haven."
|[09/24/09 - 01:25 PM]
AMC Taps Susie Fitzgerald as Senior Vice President of Scripted Development and Current Programming
Most recently, Fitzgerald was president of television at Josephson Entertainment.
||[07/22/09 - 04:05 PM]
The Futon's First Look: "Rubicon" (AMC)
|[06/24/09 - 09:34 AM]
AMC Greenlights Conspiracy Thriller 'Rubicon'
The one-hour, 12-episode weekly series will be produced by Warner Horizon Television.
|[01/26/09 - 01:39 PM]
AMC Casts Lili Taylor, Arliss Howard and Dallas Roberts for Its Next Pilot
They'll join the previously cast James Badge Dale, Miranda Richardson, Paul Butler, Christopher Evan Welch, Lauren Hodges and Jessica Collins.
|[12/18/08 - 01:18 PM]
AMC Signs Deal with Warner Horizon Television for Network's Next Pilot
James Badge Dale toplines the project, which "revolves around a secret society that pulls the strings on the world political stage."
|[12/10/08 - 06:03 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, December 10
Updates include: Kiele Sanchez and Martha Plimpton join Matthew Perry's "End of Steve"; Sonya Walger and Christine Woods added to ABC's "Flash Forward"; and Jessica Collins signs onto AMC's political thriller.
|[12/04/08 - 06:44 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, December 4
Updates include: The CW starts talk "Gossip Girl" spin-off; Bryan Fuller to sign onto NBC's "Heroes"; and Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin to open their lives to TV Land.
|[08/05/08 - 06:52 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, August 5
Updates include: Ed Begley Jr. to replace Larry Miller on CBS's "Gary"; "5th Grader" eyes a syndication berth; and the usual mix of casting news.
|[08/02/07 - 09:57 PM]
AMC Strikes Key Development Deals
The deals include "The Things They Carried" (James Sadwith from the best-selling book by Tim O'Brien), an untitled political thriller (Jason Horwitch and Joshua Maurer), "Cutman" (Nick Grillo and Ernest Dickerson from F.X. Toole short stories) and an untitled basketball project from Rick Fox and Mark Canton.