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    Breaking Bad

    Breaking Bad

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    AMC (ended 2013)
    Bryan Cranston (Malcolm in the Middle) stars in this drama focused on a mid-life crisis gone bad for an underachieving high school chemistry teacher who becomes a drug dealer after discovering he has lung cancer. With a new sense of fearlessness based on his medical prognosis, and a desire to gain financial security for his family, Walter White joins forces with an old student, Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), in a quest that follows their entry into a dangerous world of drugs and crime. Breaking Bad is produced by High Bridge Productions, Inc. and Gran Via Productions in association with Sony Pictures Television for AMC Television. Filming takes place in New Mexico. Breaking Bad has won 8 major category Primetime Emmys from 2008-2012, despite not qualifying for awards in 2011. Most notably, Bryan Cranston has won for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama three times in a row from 2008 to 2010. Aaron Paul won for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama in 2010 and again in 2012, where he beat fan favorite Giancarlo Esposito. Anna Gunn won for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama in 2013. The show also picked up the Outstanding Drama award in 2013. The show has 72 critical wins and 153 nominations in total. Critics have largely agreed that Breaking Bad was generally one of the best shows on television, praised for its writing, directing, acting, and feature content.moreless
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    Mad Men

    Mad Men

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    It's New York in the 1960s, and the men and women who work at the Sterling Cooper Advertising Agency are some of the top names in the industry. Master manipulator and leading ad man Don Draper is at the top of his game, but there are those who want to see him topple down. Can he maintain his formidable status? Writer and executive producer Matthew Weiner of The Sopranos fame is the man behind this 13-episode original series on AMC.moreless
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    The Prisoner

    The Prisoner

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    AMC (Mini-Series 2009)
    AMC reinterprets the British 1960s cult classic of the same name in a miniseries format. The miniseries stars Jim Caviezel as "Six" and the legendary Ian McKellen as "Number Two." Six believes that he was a security analyst who resigned from his position, and finds himself trapped in a community known only as "the Village", located in a desert seemingly in the middle of nowhere. Six vows to escape, but must determine if his memories are his real life, or simply the delusions of a deluded man.moreless
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    The Lot

    The Lot

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    AMC (ended 2001)
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