AMC has set a Sunday, May 31 return for the second season of "Halt and Catch Fire."

As was previously revealed, "Halt and Catch Fire" will hop forward to early 1985 and will follow the development of Mutiny, the start-up founded by Cameron (Mackenzie Davis) and joined by Donna (the awesome Kerry Bishé) at the end of the first season.  Scoot McNairy and Lee Pace also star, while Toby Huss is awesome and will return.

But wait. No more spoilers. 

Not enough of you watched "Halt and Catch Fire," which went through some first-season growing pains last year, but matured into something really interesting by the end. If you haven't watched, episodes are available through Tuesday, April 7 on and AMC OnDemand.

Then on Wednesday, April 8, the first season will go up on Netflix, making catchup even easier.

"To our passionate core audience and the critics who loved the show through Season One – we thank you sincerely for your support. Season Two won't disappoint. We're going to drill down even deeper into these characters we've created, to give you all the emotional and psychological depth you've come to expect from ‘Halt and Catch Fire,’ while at the same time evolving the show to be brasher and even more addictive," blurbs showrunner Jonathan Lisco in the AMC premiere release.

I actually have a really good Season 1 look-back interview with Lisco that I should post around that Netflix premiere, eh?


A long-time member of the TCA Board and a longer-time blogger of "American Idol," Dan Fienberg writes about TV, except for when he writes about movies or sometimes writes about the Red Sox. But never music. He would sound stupid talking about music.