It was AMC’s turn at the network’s Television Critics Association panel on Saturday where the cable network announced some critical premiere dates.
The first half of the final season of “Mad Men” will premiere on Sunday, April 13th. This first half will be seven episodes long and will dubbed ‘The Beginning’. The second half, to be called ‘The End of an Era,’ will premiere Spring next year.
The new drama series “Turn,” character-driven spy thriller set during the American Revolutionary War, will have its 90-minute premiere on Sunday, April 6th.
Both the fourth season of “Hell on Wheels” and the early 1980s-set new series “Halt and Catch Fire” will both debut sometime this summer.
The fifth season of “The Walking DeaD” will premiere in October. The tie-in talk show “Talking Dead” has been renewed and will debut alongside it.
Finally, the “Breaking Bad” spinoff series “Better Call Saul” will premiere sometime in November.