We've seen a lot of Super Bowl commercials already, but none have us more excited than this possibility. Coca-Cola has some of the most memorable ads of all time, including Don Draper's "I'd Like To Buy The World A Coke" and of course the most famous football-based commercial ever, "Mean" Joe Green tossing that kid his [...]
I really love this, and not just because it looks like an awesome backsplash in Don Draper’s apartment, although it would look AMAZING with his decor. You know I’m right: It’s also just sincerely groovy: Unexpected, graphic, and extremely shiny. And when she’s done wearing it, she can hang it over her sofa and call Read More...
If you found yourself watching the final seasons of Mad Men and really vibing with Don Draper’s swinging Manhattan bachelor pad, here is the apartment for you. Read more...
This year, Jon Hamm took home his second Golden Globes award for playing Don Draper on AMC's Mad Men! But technically speaking, Jon Hamm only has the most recent trophy under his name — and John Hamm has the other! Speaking to Vanity Fair at the Sundance Film Festival, the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt actor revealed that when [...]
The next Don Draper could be on your couch. Or the next Peggy Olson could be you Doritos is once again giving power to the people with its "Crash the Super Bowl" campaign, which lets fan submit their own home-made commercials in hopes...Show More Summary
Jon Hamm earned six Golden Globe nominations for his lauded performance as Don Draper in Mad Men, and has won twice, in 2008 and 2016. (He finally won an Emmy last year. Finally.) Yet, somehow the Golden Globes still can't get his name right. In an interview with Starz, Hamm,... More »
There's no Don Draper, but meet the Mad Women of "London Wall." You're forgiven for never having heard of the latter drama. For one thing, it was written in 1931. For another, its author, John Van Druten, is not exactly Matthew Weiner when it comes to fame. Van Druten, a mostly forgotten mid-century...
George Lois, a Madison Avenue legend who may have inspired the Don Draper character on “Mad Men,” is giving a trove of his work to City College.
The actor has a long history of trashing his famous character.
Lost amid the madness of the Golden Globes on Sunday night was a possibly historic moment: It could be the last time we’ll hear Jon Hamm publicly express his disgust for Don Draper. Hamm had a complicated relationship with the character that earned him worldwide fame on the critically-adored “Mad Men.” He has never been shy about the […]
At tonight’s Golden Globes, as a sedate Jon Hamm accepted the award for Best Actor in a TV Series, Drama, for Mad Men, the erstwhile Don Draper nodded to creator Matthew Weiner with this: “Thanks for not taking my suggestion and ending the entire series on Chumbawamba.” Oh, but Jon, we will. Show More Summary
Jon Hamm can now bookend his time on "Mad Men" with two Golden Globe Awards. Hamm was awarded his first Globe in 2008, a year after "Mad Men" premiered. It took eight years, five more nominations, and the show's final season for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association to honor Hamm again. Show More Summary
Jon Hamm has won the last Golden Globe he'll ever win for playing Don Draper The actor picked up the award for Best Drama Actor Sunday, thanking creator Matthew Weiner and AMC See also: Golden Globes 2016: And the winners are... "Thanks to Mr. Show More Summary
When Don Draper enjoyed his "I'd Like to Buy the World a Coke" moment of Zen last year, 4.6 million people tuned in - a record for the AMC series "Mad Men." And when Jon Snow met his grisly end at Castle Black, 8 million people were watching, an all-time high for HBO's "Game of Thrones." But this...
"The only thing I have left to do, for the last time on a television program: Thank you and goodnight," Dave said
Who really has the time, money or energy to blow on decorating for New Year's Eve? The decorations most likely won't make it through the night anyway, so you might as well take a cue from Don Draper and "make it simple, but significant."...Show More Summary
Salon talks with the nation's foremost TV critic on the updated edition of his book "The Revolution Was Televised"
"I was in California. Everything is new, and it's clean. The people are filled with hope. New York City is in decay. But Madison Square Garden—it's the beginning of a new city on a hill." Don Draper said that in Mad Men, and it remains one of the nicest things anyone has ever said about Madison Square Garden. And Don Draper was fictional. [ more › ]
Tucked away in a dark corner of Grand Central Terminal, there's a cocktail lounge that will transport you back to another era, when rail travel was more romantic and men looked like Don Draper. The Campbell Apartment started out as an office space for John W. Show More Summary