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Television

Surprises from cable's far corners

Rosemarie DeWitt, Ian Bohen, and Jon Hamm in 'Mad Men,' AMC's 1960 period piece about Madison Avenue ad men. Rosemarie DeWitt, Ian Bohen, and Jon Hamm in "Mad Men," AMC's 1960 period piece about Madison Avenue ad men. (Carin baer/amc)
By Matthew Gilbert
Globe Staff / December 30, 2007

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In the future, 2007 TV may be defined by the writers' strike. Since it began on Nov. 5, the action by the Writers Guild of America has left networks, cable channels, and millions of viewers obsessing over the near future of their shows, counting the last of the already-filmed episodes like Fagin with his stash of jewels, and bracing for ... (Full article: 975 words)

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