With Frank Darabont, the high profile showrunner of AMC's zombie hit The Walking Dead, leaving the show a mere days after presenting the new season at Comic-Con things smelled fishy at the network. This week there's been talk of AMC's critically acclaimed drama Breaking Bad changing networks. Kim and John discuss the goings on at AMC and how the big contract with Mad Men may or may not have played a role in what's happening with these other shows.
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