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Mad Men Negotiations
Break out the cocktails: AMC and "Mad Men" creator/exec producer Matthew Weiner have reached an agreement for a new contract that will keep the showrunner at the helm of Emmy winning drama series for…
As tensions flared and negotiations intensified, AMC on Tuesday confirmed that the fifth upcoming season of "Mad Men" will be delayed until early 2012.
For "Mad Men" fans, there's good news and bad news.
AT&T U-Verse is locked in another carriage dispute, this time with Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movie Channel.
AMC has renewed flagship series "Mad Men" for a fourth season on the heels of healthy numbers and wide media exposure for its third-season premiere in August.
Matthew Weiner now has an impressive paycheck to go along with all the kudos and acclaim he's garnered for "Mad Men" during the past 18 months.
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