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AMC's upcoming Showville focuses on quirky contestants in small town talent shows yet what about the towns themselves? Want to learn more about locations like Mount Airy, North Carolina or Walla Walla, Washington or Hugo, Oklahoma? Now you can check out all eight stops made in AMC's new original series with this photo gallery of postcards.
AMC's new original series Showville may not premiere until Thu., May 23, but anyone who's watched the video sneak peeks for the series knows that the zany talent on the show is sure to entertain. Want more proof? How about this gallery of promotional shots featuring the kinds of unique performers you can expect weekly from Showville: James, the juggler; Dan, the One-Man Band; and Midge, the surly ballerina.
Encore presentations of Freakshow continue tonight on AMC with four back-to-back episodes beginning at 9/8c. At 10/9c, don't miss an encore of Episode 5, "The Littlest Wedding," in which Todd Ray throws a spectacular wedding for Amazing Ali at the Venice Beach Freakshow. Inspired by the famous wedding of sideshow legend Tom Thumb and attended by the entire Freakshow family, Ali's wedding was truly a unique event. Want to see more from the big day? Check out ten photos from Amazing Ali's wedding ceremony and reception.
Small Town Security returns Thu., May 9, which means in just a few weeks you'll be cracking up with Joan Koplan and the JJK Security gang. But you don't have to wait until then to get your fix of the Chief, Lt. Croft, Irwin, and the rest -- just click through these Season 2 portraits of the Small Town Security cast.
There are only three days to go until Comic Book Men returns to AMC, and with appearances by Jason Mewes ("Jay" of Jay and Silent Bob fame) and mixed martial arts fighter Nate Quarry, it's an exciting episode you won't want to miss. Want a sneak peek? Check out these photos.
Comic Book Men returns this Thursday at 9/8c as part of AMC Real Original Thursdays.
To celebrate the Valentine's Day launch of two new original series, Immortalized and Freakshow, AMC has created an Immortal Love Pop-up Experience blending sideshow entertainment and extreme taxidermy (both traditional and rogue). Want a sneak peek inside the gallery, which is free and open to the public through Sunday?
To celebrate next Thursday's launch of two new original series, Freakshow and Immortalized, AMC has created an Immortal Love Pop-up Experience, which includes a Freakshow lounge dedicated to sideshow entertainment. Want a peek inside the lounge, which is free and open to the public in NYC through this Sun., Feb. 10?
Taxidermy isn't just for collecting -- it can be wearable art. Immortalizer Beth Beverly believes that taxidermy can be covetable fashion, and she's made the hats to prove it. Not only is Beverly well known in her field, she's also caught the eye of noted fashion designer Cesar Galindo. For New York Fashion Week, which starts today, Galindo will be featuring several of Beth's creations in his runway show. Can't make it to the show? Fret not! In this photo gallery, you can view ten of Beth's taxidermy hats and necklaces.