AMC is preparing for the upcoming 2014-2015 TV season with a slate of programming that includes old favorites like The Walking Dead and new potential hits like Better Call Saul.

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As shows like Hell on Wheels come to a close in the coming months, AMC will be premiering new seasons and new shows as they enter the post-Breaking Bad era of programming.

It all kicks off with the premiere of the hit zombie show The Walking Dead on Oct. 12. Season 5 of the massively popular series will begin Sunday, Oct. 12 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

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This leads into the premiere of Talking Dead at 10:01 p.m. The popular post-Walking Dead talk show will continue to be hosted by comedian Chris Hardwick.

Next up, the fourth season of reality series Comic Book Men will premiere Oct. 12 as well. The Season 4 premiere airs at 11:59 p.m.

Starting in early 2015, AMC will be relying upon some old favorites to pull in viewership. The final episodes of the critically acclaimed drama Mad Men is expected to return in the early months of 2015, though the network has not yet scheduled a specific air date. The first seven episodes of the final season aired in Spring 2014 and the series will conclude with its final seven next year.

Meanwhile, AMC is hoping that the good will towards Breaking Bad will carry over to its upcoming spinoff show Better Call Saul. The spinoff will be a prequel series focusing on slimy lawyer Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) and feature other Breaking Bad characters like Mike (Jonathan Banks). This series will be premiering at some point in February 2015.

Finally, the Season 2 premiere of Turn is also expected to debut in 2015.