There's also something to be said for being able to watch a bunch of episodes over a short period of time. I still have "Mad Men" in my future, as I've seen only one or two episodes of the first season.
Just found out this morning while trying to find my Saturday morning westerns, that Dish has moved AMC to channel 9609 and 9610, and may drop AMC and all their other channels due to loosing a law suit AMC won. Just letting you know. If you wanna read more or make your small voice heard, go here. Send Dish a Message « Keep AMC Networks
Last edited by x-wingcamewest; June 9th, 2012 at 06:42 AM.
TV Bits: Dish Network to Drop AMC, IFC, Sundance, WEtv, Plus: ‘Game of Thrones’, ‘Southland’, ‘Borgias’, ‘The Simpsons’ | /Film
here's a link to more info that was on the FallTv thread. It looks like a bad situation that isn't going to get solved real soon.
Don Draper is so over Megan.
"What is Regina?"
BREAKING BAD Season 5 Teaser Trailer and New Image from THE WALKING DEAD Season 3
Although it's a minor spoiler at best...After the jump, watch the teaser clip and also find out which Walking Dead character will have a surprise return for Season 3 (to avoid any Walking Dead spoilers, don’t scroll past the embedded Breaking Bad clip).
Rhymes with sperl
IF YOU ARE NOT CAUGHT UP...DO NOT WATCH. MAJOR MAJOR POTENTIAL RUINING SPOILERS!!!!!!!!
BREAKING BAD Series Recap and Season 5 Teaser
NOT going to embed the new trailer due to HUGE SPOILER
Seriously, Santiclaws and others who are catching up...AVOID the link!
I received a response from Dish about the issues between them and AMC
Dear Valued DISH customer,
Thank you for your e-mail. We value your business and the opportunity to discuss this situation with you.
It’s in our DNA to provide the best programming to our customers at the best value possible. That’s our first priority and it guides how we run the business. As we keep customers first, we’re constantly making evaluations on the value various channels bring to the DISH family.
AMC Networks requires us to provide and pay for channels beyond AMC, including WE tv and IFC which, as a whole, do not deliver value to our customer base for the price demanded. Providing value to our customers is at the core of our business. We are the only Pay TV provider to not have raised your programming prices this year and as a result, we cannot ask our customers to pay more for this extraneous programming.
We regret that AMC Networks has chosen to involve viewers at this time. Our contract does not allow us to go into further details, however, we remain hopeful that we can find a resolution that brings AMC’s networks at a value they’ve come to expect.
Please keep in mind that you are still able to watch programming on AMC (ch 9609 - SD/9610 - HD), IFC (ch. 9607), and WE tv (ch.9608), and you will still be able to view the season finale of Mad Men on Sunday, June 10th, and the finale of The Killing Part 1 on Sunday, June 10th and Part 2 on Sunday, June 17th.
Thank you for your patience and understanding in this matter.
seems that it is as I thought, the same crap that happened with Fox a couple years ago. I hope they work this out. I watch a lot on AMC, the main channel, but I will especially miss my Saturday morning westerns.
The KILLING spoilers...