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Following yesterday's announcement that AMC had given the greenlight to two more scripted pilots -- '80s computer industry drama "Halt & Catch Fire" and Revolutionary War espionage story "Turn" -- joining "Low Winter Sun" and the "Untitled Lagravenese/Tony Goldwyn project" to bring the network's total up to four this year, AMC said today that it was adding another unscripted show to its programming slate. Read More: AMC Orders Pilots for '80s Computer Industry Drama 'Halt & Catch Fire' and Revolutionary War Spy Series 'Turn' While the network has consistently been very selective about the scripted projects it develops, it has been freer with reality fare, having ordered to series in the last year shows about taxidermy, sideshows and local talent competitions. It has also renewed Kevin Smith's "Comic Book Men" (currently airing), "The Pitch" and "Small »


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