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Halt And Catch Fire Adds Veep Star For Fourth And Final Season

Halt and Catch Fire is preparing for its fourth and final season, and it's recruited a Veep star to help get to the finish line. Hit the jump to find out who's joining AMC's drama series.

Halt And Catch Fire Is Ending On AMC

While AMC has scored a huge hit with The Walking Dead, the network has also produced a lot of shows with small audiences but good buzz.

Halt And Catch Fire Renewed For Season 3 By AMC

Seeing as how crime procedurals and hospital shows are consistently the most watched shows on television, it doesn’t seem likely that a show about the computer boom of the early 1980s would be able to carve out a place for itself. But Halt and Catch Fire has done just that, and will continue to do so.

7 Great Shows Not Nearly Enough People Are Watching

There are the shows that keep us thinking late into the night and make us wish we had someone to chat with about them around the watercooler the next morning. Here’s to the 8 great shows not nearly enough people are watching. You can check out our picks after the jump.

This Is Apparently The Best TV Title Sequence Of 2014

Here in 2014, movie and TV opening credits are arguably more complicated and divine than they’ve ever been, as “telling audiences who’s in the project” has largely been replaced by “awesome visuals that tie into themes, plus the cast and crew.” And according to those who make it their duty to report on such things, here's the greatest title sequence of 2014.

Halt And Catch Fire's Ratings Sluggish During AMC's Premiere

Thanks to slick marketing from AMC and a slew of pretty good reviews, Halt and Catch Fire did a fine job of getting its name and its premise out to potential audiences before the show’s premiere. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like the advertising and the reviews were enough to garner much interest. Halt and Catch Fire’s premiere only brought in 1.2 million total viewers when it premiered on AMC on Sunday night.

Halt And Catch Fire Review: AMC's Drama Even Makes Pin Voltages Fascinating

The 80s drama starts with an armadillo’s demise and ends with a slew of corporate IBM cronies shuffling into an office building like they’re on an episode of The Walking Dead. In between, inspiring speeches, a rude but genius female and one man’s awakening kicks off the drama to an exciting start. It’s a good thing, too, because excitement has mostly been missing from the slew of hopeful new dramas AMC has produced over the last several years.

Halt And Catch Fire Exclusive Character Preview Focuses On Volatile Prodigy Cameron Howe

Who said a story about building a computer couldn't be sexy? The new character video for AMC's period drama Halt and Catch Fire offers more than a hint of sexiness as it focuses on Mackenzie Davis' character Cameron Howe, the young, volatile prodigy among the trio of people who are working to build a game-changing computer to rival IBM's PC.

Exclusive Halt And Catch Fire Preview Teases Computers, The 80s And Big Risks

"Computers aren't the thing," the new TV spot for AMC's Halt and Catch Fire notes. "They're the thing that gets us to the thing." That statement actually makes a lot of sense when we consider not only how much computers have evolved since the 80s, but also how many crucial uses they have from one industry and household to the next.

The Halt And Catch Fire Poster Channels IBM And Battles For CTRL

Following up on the trailer for AMC intriguing period drama Halt and Catch Fire, we now have a look at the key art for the series, which stars Lee Pace, Scoot McNairy, Mackenzie Davis, Kerry Bishe and Toby Huss. It looks like AMC's channeling IBM's logo with the font, and playfully substituting "control" for the more commanding "CTRL" as it notes that "The Battle For CTRL Begins."

Halt & Catch Fire Trailer Teases 80s, Computers And Major Drama

Those watching the Season 4 finale of The Walking Dead last night likely caught the new trailer for AMC's upcoming scripted drama Halt & Catch Fire, which is among the latest period dramas to air on the network, joining Mad Men and newcomer Turn in that regard. Set in the 1980s, Halt & Catch Fire stars Lee Pace and is a dramatization of the personal computing boom.

Better Call Saul Set For November, Spy Thriller 'Turn' Trailer, Breaking Bad On Netflix And Other AMC Updates

Jamie Bell and Seth Tumrich are looking ready for a revolution in the above promotional photo for AMC’s promising looking upcoming spy thriller Turn. And that’s just one of numerous tidbits the cable channel shared in anticipation of their 2014 programming slate. AMC also announced a number of release dates — or release timeframes — for their new and returning shows, including the return of Mad Men...

Pushing Daisies' Lee Pace Joins AMC's Halt & Catch Fire Pilot

Pushing Daisies star Lee Pace has been tapped to star in the AMC pilot Halt & Catch Fire, an 80s-era drama that takes a close look at the beginnings of the personal computer boom. The project comes from Mark Johnson of AMC’s departing hit Breaking Bad.

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