As you've probably learned from AMC's aggressive, multi-media "End of an Era" campaign (Hey, it is a show about advertising, after all.) the final episodes of Mad Men will begin airing on Sunday, April 5.

The TV spots and banner ads may be a tad dramatic (as advertisements generally are), but the conclusion of the show that made AMC an original programming juggernaut does mark the end of an era in more ways than one.

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Beginning April 5, AMC will air the final episodes of Mad Men, bringing to an end one of the most acclaimed and buzzed about TV dramas in recent memory.

There's an irony to the fact that a show that takes place in the 1960s has managed to so thoroughly capture the imaginations of 21st viewers, but the most fans will tell you that the characters' recklessly old school ways are a major part of Mad Men's appeal.

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Ready your DVR, television fans!

CBS came out yesterday with its complete season finale air date calendar, announcing the return of one freshman drama (Stalker, which will resume on May 4 at 9/8c) and super-sizing the concluding spring episode of another.

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Proving that it has even fewer original ideas these days than network television executives, E! has announced yet another Kardashian-based reality series.

This will be titled Dash Dolls and it will focus on the employees of a boutique owned by Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian.

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Nick and Schmidt will now have plenty of time to come up with a new business together.

Because Fox has renewed New Girl for a fifth season!!!

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NeNe Leakes and Kim Zolciak have a long, ugly history together, and it would probably be best for both of them if they kept their distance from one another for the rest of their days.

So naturally, we can't wait to see them get crammed into an RV and forced to drive across the country together on a new Housewives of Atlanta spinoff series titled Nene and Kim: Road to Riches.

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It's official - The Daily Show has found someone to take over for Jon Stewart when the beloved host steps down from his longtime gig later this year.

Several A-list celebs were mentioned as candidates for the job, but it looks as though producers have decided to take a chance on a relative unknown by handing the reins of the iconic satire series over to 31-year-old South African comic Trevor Noah.

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