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The final series of Mad Men will be split across two years meaning fans won't get to watch the denouement until 2015.

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On Sunday night, the French zombie drama The Returned (Les Revenants) stuck a claim to being the best-received French zombie TV drama of all time.

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First Netflix gave us 'House of Cards', now LoveFilm airs 14 pilots in an online makeover for pilot season

First Netflix created its own on-demand drama series, now Amazon-owned LoveFilm is piloting 14 would-be shows. Are we watching the future?

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