AMC released today a series of new action-packed images from the highly-anticipated fifth season of “Fear the Walking Dead,” premiering Sunday, June 2 (9/8C).
AMC has announced that its adaptation of Joe Hill’s novel NOS4A2 will premiere on Sunday, June 2nd – following the fifth season premiere of Fear the Walking Dead.
The network has also released a chilling little trailer (below).
Following its hugely successful premiere on AMC Networks’ streaming services Sundance Now and Shudder, A Discovery of Witches season one will make its network television debut on AMC and BBC America starting Sunday, April 7 at 9:00 PM ET/PT.
Second and third seasons of A Discovery of Witches have been announced for Sky, Sundance Now and Shudder. Series description follows.
The eight episodes of fourth and final season of Into the Badlands (AMC, Mondays, 10/9C) will chronicle the war between The Blessed and The Cursed.
Into the Badlands: Season 4 will have a two-night premiere over Sunday, March 24th (following The Walking Dead) and Monday, March 25th in its regular timeslot.
For a taste of what lies ahead, check out the fourth season trailer below.
‘Sometimes, when you love someone, you do crazy things,’ says a pajama-clad Villanelle in the trailer for season two of Killing Eve – while a sultry cover of Addicted to Love plays over the rest of the trailer.
The premiere of Killing Eve: Season 2 will be simulcast on AMC and BBC America on April 7th.
PASADENA, CA – AMC Networks has announced the premiere dates for several new and returning original series, including the final seasons of AMC’s Into the Badlands and The Son, BBC America’s Top Gear and Luther, IFC’s Brockmire and SundanceTV’s Ministry of Evil, Unspeakable and The Name of the Rose.
AMC Networks has announced that the hit series A Discovery of Witches, starring Matthew Goode and Teresa Palmer, will make its network television debut on AMC and BBC America.
AMC announced that it had opened up a writers’ room for “61st Street,” a potential new AMC Studios’ series from BAFTA-winner Peter Moffat (The Night Of) – to be executive produced by Michael B. Jordan’s Outlier Society (David Makes Man).
The series – following a promising high school athlete who is swept up into the infamously corrupt Chicago criminal justice system – is being developed as part of AMC’s “scripts-to-series” model, which opens writers’ rooms to develop potential series that, in success, move straight-to-series. A full series description follows.
AMC’s Ride With Norman Reedus has scored a fourth season renewal just weeks before season three premieres.
Season three will feature the usual mix of guests, ranging from Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Marilyn Manson to Walking Dead alumni Andrew Lincoln and Steven Yeun.
Check out the teaser for season three – which premieres on Sunday, February 10th – below.
George Takei has joined AMC’s The Terror: Season Two as a consultant and series regular.
Lost in Space’s Kiki Sukezane (above left), 9-1-1’s Miki Ishikawa and Unbroken’s Shingo Usami (above right) round out the cast.
Season two of The Terror begins production in January.
Rick Grimes may be through as far as the TV series The Walking Dead is concerned, but we haven’t seen the last of the iconic character played by Andrew Lincoln.
Scott M. Gimple, the Chief Content Officer for The Walking Dead Universe, has announced that Lincoln will reprise the role in a series of original, feature length films for AMC – production of which could start as early as 2019.
The films, produced by AMC Studios, will pick up following the badly wounded Rick’s being helicoptered away during tonight’s episode of The Walking Dead.