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mad men season 7 midseason finaleMad Men’ Finale “Set In Stone”, Matthew Weiner Says; No Spinoffs Planned
By Dominic Patten
If you thought Matthew Weiner was going to let a teaser or spoiler slip for the upcoming final episodes of Mad Men next year, think again. “Can’t tell you that, you got to watch” is all the creator of AMC’s acclaimed series has to say on that front. “You’ll have to see how we bring it all together,” the reticent producer adds.

Kevin Reilly’s Departure Signals Start Of ‘Pick A Replacement’ Derby, With New Rules
By Lisa De Moraes
This morning’s confirmation that Kevin Reilly was stepping down as Chairman of Entertainment at Fox Broadcast Co. ends weeks of speculation he would exit in the wake of the March promotion of Rupert Murdoch’s son, James to co-COO at 21st Century Fox, giving him oversight of, among other properties, the Fox broadcast network. When the dust settled back then, Fox Networks Group chief Peter Rice, to whom Reilly reported, would now report to James Murdoch instead of president/COO Chase Carey.

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true-detectiveTrue Detective’ Season 2: More Details Emerge As Casting Rumors Intensify
By Nellie Andreeva
The True Detective follow-up season has become the TV equivalent of the latest Star Wars sequel, with closely guarded and wildly speculated about script and casting process.

History Sets Knights Templar Miniseries From Craig Zadan & Neil Meron
By Nellie Andreeva
EXCLUSIVE: History is teaming with Bonnie & Clyde executive producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron on a new four-hour miniseries. The network has bought a script for the project, from Sony TV and Zadan and Meron’s Storyline Entertainment, which tracks the origins of the mystic medieval Christian order known as Knights Templar.

EMMYS: Hammond On The Renaissance Of Made-For-TV-Movies
By Pete Hammond
The Television Academy, by splitting miniseries and movies for the 2014 contest, has made it easier this year for the made-for-TV movie to compete. Outside of the occasional HBO film, the genre is usually at a disadvantage at the Emmys.

BitcoinDish Network Says It Will Accept Bitcoin Sub Payments
By David Lieberman
The change, to begin in Q3, will make Dish Network the largest company that accepts the controversial virtual currency it says this morning. Subscribers can make one-time bitcoin payments on The No. 2 satellite company will process payments via Coinbase, whose Instant Exchange will translate the amounts into U.S. dollars based on the exchange rate when the transaction takes place.

Media CEOs Made More Last Year Than Chiefs In Autos, Energy, And Finance
By David Lieberman
Our annual Out Of Whack executive pay analysis already told you about the eye-popping compensation packages that Big Media CEOs made last year. But AP adds more context to the story this morning by showing that the amounts not only are high in absolute terms, they’re also outsized in comparison with the rest of corporate America.

Ghost Hunters’ Co-Stars Amy Bruni & Adam Berry To Depart, Develop Paranormal Series
By Nellie Andreeva
EXCLUSIVE: Popular Ghost Hunters cast members Amy Bruni and Adam Berry have decided to leave Syfy’s flagship unscripted series. I’ve learned that the duo are teaming to develop a new show idea in the paranormal space.

CommunityHulu Eyes New Season Of ‘Community
By Nellie Andreeva
EXCLUSIVE: There is a glimmer of hope that there could be a sixth season of cult comedy series Community.

From Deadline’s Broadway coverage by Jeremy Gerard:
Broadway B.O. Soars in $1.27B Season Finale, Posting 11.4% Jump For 2013-2014
By Jeremy Gerard
Week 52, the final frame of the 2013-14 Broadway season, scored with the biggest-grossing and best-attended Memorial Day weekend ever. Crowds filled newcomers A Raisin In The Sun, Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Hedwig And The Angry Inch, All The Way and Of Mice And Men and joined such holdover hits as The Book Of Mormon, Matilda, Kinky Boots, The Lion King and Wicked, all of which were at or near SRO.