Mad Men's Final Season Gets Bad Treatment, Will Air in Two Separate 7-Episode Batches
AMC is giving Don Draper a two-year sendoff.
Mirroring a strategy the cable net employed with Breaking Bad, Mad Men‘s 14-episode seventh and final season will air in two separate 7-episode halves.
The first batch, titled “The Beginning,” will air in …READ MORE
Emmys 2013: Who Should Win Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series? Take Our Poll!
The 2013 Emmy race for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series is an intriguing one.
While Homeland‘s Damian Lewis goes for his second consecutive win, Breaking Bad‘s Bryan Cranston (who captured three straight trophies from 2008-2010) will try to return to the winner’s circle after being inelligible in 2011 and losing to Lewis in 2012. Of course, then there’s the perpetual bridesmaid …READ MORE & TAKE OUR POLL
Emmys 2013: Who Should Win Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series? Take Our Poll!
Can lightning strike twice (in a row) for Homeland‘s Claire Danes? That’s the central question looming over the 2013 Emmy race for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series.
In order for Danes to take home a bookend statuette, she’ll need to …READ MORE & TAKE OUR POLL
Emmys 2013: Who Should Win Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series? Take Our Poll!
There are six actors — but only three shows — represented in the 2013 Emmy race for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series. READ MORE & TAKE OUR POLL
Emmys 2013: Who Should Win Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series? Take Our Poll!
The nominees for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series have some of the classiest pedigrees in all of the 2013 Emmy races. Consider these stats: READ MORE & VOTE IN OUR POLL
Emmys 2013: What Should Win Outstanding Drama Series? Take Our Poll!
In 2012, Emmy voters chose the new flavor on the menu (Homeland) over “the regular” (Mad Men) in the battle for Outstanding Drama Series, stopping the latter show’s win streak in the category at four.
This time around, the question is …READ MORE & TAKE OUR POLL
Ratings: Mad Men Finale Sets Record, Devious Does OK, 13 Million Watch Skywire Walk
Discovery’s coverage of Nik Wallenda‘s high-wire walk across a Grand Canyon chasm averaged 8.5 million total viewers on Sunday evening, with 13 million laying witness to the daredevil’s actual 22-minute trek.
All told, it stands (heh) as the cabler’s high-rated special since …READ MORE
Mad Men Finale Post Mortem: Creator Matthew Weiner Talks Don's Ouster, the Peggy-Ted Fallout and How the Show 'Struck Gold' With Bob Benson
Now that Mad Men‘s Don is done, Megan is alive and Bob is… yeah, we’re still not entirely sure what Bob is, we figured it was time to hear what creator Matthew Weiner has to say about the AMC drama’s sixth season. READ MORE
Mad Men Finale Mystery: What Is Don's Problem?
Folks, Don Draper has a problem.
That is the sum total of the official AMC synopsis for Mad Men‘s Season 6 finale, airing this Sunday at 10/9c: “Don has a problem.”
Not as provocative (or misleading) as “Joan goes to the beach,” those four words simply will not suffice …READ MORE
Mad Men Recap: Pull Back the Throttle a Little
Wanna know how amazing and intriguing this week’s episode of Mad Men is? Ken gets shot in the face in the first few minutes… and that’s one of the least interesting events to take place during the hour. Don meddles, Sally interviews, Ted and Peggy make googly eyes at each other and Pete gets to the bottom of this Bob Benson business. READ MORE