Christina Hendricks Joins Sundance's '80s Drama Hap and Leonard
The actress formerly known as Joan Holloway has found her next TV gig.
TVLine's Performer of the Week: Christina Hendricks
THE PERFORMER | Christina Hendricks
THE SHOW | Mad Men
Christina Hendricks Joins Roadies in Cameron Crowe's Showtime Pilot
Five-time Emmy-nominated Mad Men alum Christina Hendricks is going on the road with Showtime’s Roadies. READ MORE
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Emmys Poll 2014: Who Should Win Best Supporting Actress in a Drama?
Not-so-good news for Breaking Bad‘s Anna Gunn and Downton Abbey‘s Maggie Smith. Not since Huff‘s Blythe Danner strode up to the podium in 2006 has there been a repeat winner in the Emmy race for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series. READ MORE
Eye on Emmy: Christina Hendricks Reflects on Joan's Rise and Mad Men's One Taboo Twosome
There was a time when Mad Men‘s Joan Holloway, played by Christina Hendricks, was but the pneumatic head secretary at Sterling Cooper. Someone to be marveled at for her beauty and occasionally respected for her smarts, and yet ultimately dismissed in keeping with the sexism of the times.
Jump to now and she’s come a long way, baby.
In the wake of a season-ending salvo of episodes that firmly redefined Joan’s role at SCDP and in doing so gave Hendricks winning material, TVLine invited the actress …READ MORE
Christina Hendricks: Mad Men Heartbreaker Had Been in the Works 'For Quite Some Time'
When it comes to the heartbreaking twist served up by AMC’s Mad Men this past Sunday night, it was not a matter of if but when Joan would take one for the team at SCPD.
Emmys 2011: Who Deserves the Award for Supporting Actress in a Drama? Vote Now!
A pair of Emmy newcomers will face off against three prior winners and returning nominee in the 2011 race for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series. …READ MORE
Critics' Choice TV Award Winners Include Stars from Fringe, Justified and Cougar Town
Mad woman Christina Hendricks and Justified big baddie Margo Martindale were the very first winners announced at the inaugural Critics’ Choice Television Awards, held Monday in Los Angeles. In a tie, the ladies shared the honor of Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.
“I’m dead on this show,” Martindale deadpanned in accepting her award, eliciting laughs. “But this has been the joy of my career.”
The second award handed out was … READ MORE