Due to some recent legal wrangling, CinemaSalem announced on its website Saturday that it would not be showing Sunday's mid-season premier of the AMC series The Walking Dead.
According to the post, Cinema Salem received a cease and desist letter from AMC demanding that they no longer show episodes of their show because the screening was unlicensed and responded by pointing out that their business license from Direct TV allowed them show television to our customers.
However, after the season finale, the post said the business received another letter informing them that their business license was irrelevant because of the size of their screen.
Check out the full announcement here.
So, as of Saturday, the cinema will not be screening The Walking Dead.
"We hope we can get it worked out and deliver good news in the future, but our whole business model is built upon the notion that content should be properly licensed," the post read. "So if we are not absolutely sure that any content is not properly licensed, we will not show it. Thanks for coming out for the first half of the season. I promise that it was as fun for us as it was for you."