Ads by Project Wonderful! Your ad could be here, right now. Funky Winkerbean, 2/22/17 The great wave of Prestige Television Dramas that started in the late ’00s often presented us with morally compromised antiheroes, like Don Draper or Walter White. These gave rise to a wave of thinkpieces on the topic of “Hmm, Rooting For […]
From Don Draper to Coach Taylor, TV is filled with actors who we strongly associate with one TV character. That’s what makes it impressive when an actor who we’ve seen for years as one person is able to completely reinvent themselves in another role. On this week’s episode of the ... More »
The Don Drapers of today are turning to drones to hawk soda and car services, even if the regulations are tight and the results are lame.
Jon Hamm post–Mad Men is kind of like a newly retired suburban dad. He really loved that old job. It gave him everything he has, and while he’s excited to focus his time on the things he really cares about, he doesn’t totally know what that means yet. So for ... More »
The finale to the wonderful drama Mad Men and what it meant for Don Draper is up for interpretation and can mean whatever the fans want it to mean. This is what it meant for Jon Hamm, who might know Draper better than anyone.
It was around season four when Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner imagined the final image of Don Draper. The satisfying finale allows viewers to interpret that last shot of Draper however they please. But the actor who played the hard-drinking,...Show More Summary
Jon Hamm is sharing his thoughts on where his Mad Men character Don Draper would be today… which he believes to be six feet under. The 45-year-old actor, who won an Emmy for his work on the final season of the AMC series, opened up on The Rich Eisen Show. It was hinted in the [...]
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When “Mad Men” ended back in 2015 with a beautiful, but ambiguous ending, Jon Hamm and creator Matthew Weiner remained mostly coy about the true fate of Hamm’s character, Don Draper. Since the finale, it has remained unclear whetherShow More Summary
Mad Men is one of the most popular TV shows to ever grace our screens. Set in the cut-throat world of a 1960s advertising company,... The post How to Get Don Draper’s Haircut appeared first on The Idle Man.
For more proof that we’ll be debating the ending of Mad Men until the apocalypse hits, look no further than this interview Jon Hamm did on The Rich Eisen Show. According to Hamm, Don Draper would not be alive in 2017, because he would have definitely left Esalen to resume his boozing, smoking, self-destructive ways. Show More Summary
Peter Pomerantsev's award-winning Nothing Is True and Everything Is Possible documents the movers and shakers of Putin's post-Soviet regime. This is not your father’s Russia, and yet it kind of is.
When Mad Men ended its run back in 2015, the finale's big twist came as the Don Draper we said goodbye to was... happy? That, or just drinking the Kool-Aid in order to sell people a nice, cold Coca-Cola. Whatever the explanation for Don's big Kumbaya conversion, Jon Hamm ... More »
What do Scott Disick and Don Draper have in common? Several things, actually: They're both blackout drunks; they both have trouble keeping it in their pants; and the equipment that they struggle to keep sheathed is the subject of endless...Show More Summary
Taschen is renowned for its series of massive, landscape-shaped albums on directors such as Kubrick, Bergman, Almodóvar, and Chaplin. Benedikt Taschen, a passionate film buff, chooses subjects he himself adores, and he talked with Matthew Weiner about publishing a tribute to "Mad Men" during the third season in 2009. Show More Summary
By Heather Taylor When Mad Men made its series debut in the summer of 2007, viewers were immediately hooked into the bold, vivacious world of advertising. Don Draper might have been fictional, but the reality was that art imitated life in the ad industry. Show More Summary
Summary: H&R Block, the tax preparation company founded in 1955, has enlisted the help of the perennially suave and debonair Jon Hamm, aka Mad Men's Don Draper, in its push for the 2017 tax season. Dubbed the Get Your Taxes Won campaign, H&R Block says the effort “goes directly to the heart of what people care about..."
Dive into those oysters like Jacques Cousteau pursuing a narwhal, like Don Draper searching for his soul. Eat them unencumbered by thought. Eat them outside in the snow.
A decade ago marketing leaders could be Don Draper. Today, the three-martini lunch and afternoon golf is off the table, and replacing it is an expectation that marketing will lead top-line revenue growth. Goodbye brand ambassador, hello performance marketer. “Being a chief marketing officer is not even remotely the same role as it was ten years ago,” says […]
Well, here's a feud we never would have seen coming. For seven seasons, Jon Hamm memorably portrayed the world-beating alcoholic womanizer Don Draper on Mad Men. Now, if a new memoir from comedian Kathy Griffin is to be believed, itShow More Summary