Friday, July 3, 2015

'Mad Men,' 'Breaking Bad' spinoff get premiere dates

Spring premiere dates are finally rolling in and it looks like Sterling Cooper and Partners will stroll back into our lives in early April. The final installment of the AMC period drama is going to be broken up into two half-seasons, so, really, it's not a final installment at all.

'Mad Men,' 'Breaking Bad' spinoff get premiere dates

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Don Draper, played by Jon Hamm, in Season 6, Episode 2 of AMC´s "Mad Men." (Michael Yarish/AMC)
Don Draper, played by Jon Hamm, in Season 6, Episode 2 of AMC's "Mad Men." (Michael Yarish/AMC)

Spring premiere dates are finally rolling in and it looks like Sterling Cooper and Partners will stroll back into our lives in early April. The final installment of the AMC period drama is going to be broken up into two half-seasons, so, really, it's not a final installment at all.

The first part of the seventh season of Mad Men will premiere on April 13th at 10 p.m.on AMC, one weekend after AMC is set to premiere its colonial spy drama Turn against HBO's season premiere of Game of Thrones. It's going to be a wonderful, wonderful spring.

In addition to the Mad Men announcement and Turn premiere date, AMC also announced its renewal of Talking Dead and set the Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul for a November debut.

The Breaking Bad spin-off Better Call Saul is scheduled for November.

AMC also announced that Walking Dead post-episode talk-show Talking Dead has been renewed for a fifth season.

AMC’s lower-profile unscripted shows also received a premiere date, with arm-wrestling docu-soap Game of Arms debuting Feb. 25. In May, the network will launch the third season of Small Town Security and the second season of Freakshow. [EW]

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