Netflix’s Orange Is The New Black is adding another big name to its lineup of high-profile episode directors, with news coming this week that Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner will be helming an episode of the show’s fourth season (presumably...Show More Summary
Matthew Weiner, known for his ability to depict women in the metaphorical prison of 1960s misogyny, will move on to depicting women in the literal prison of prison. In his first post-Mad Men project, Weiner will direct a season four episode of Orange Is the New Black, according to the The... More »
A guide to what we’re barely putting up with this week. The return of Investigation Discovery’s least tawdry program, A Crime To Remember. It’s like Mad Men, if Mad Men was made by the same network that brought you Swamp Murders and Evil Twins. Show More Summary
It's Mad Men meets Justice League in "Jupiter's Circle," the turtles face a new threats in "TMNT," and others from DC, Marvel, Image & more.
When Don Draper listens to the Beatles on Mad Men, our protean anti-hero doesn’t cue up one of the Fab Four’s biggest hits on his underused turntable. Instead it’s “Tomorrow Never Knows,” Revolver’s psychedelic swan song in which John Lennon sings from The Tibetan Book of the Dead: “Turn off... More »
For this holiday edition of “The Vulture TV Podcast,” we’re revisiting a Vulture favorite: Mad Men. In the episode, we present selections from live appearances by Matt Zoller Seitz, currently on tour for his book, Mad Men Carousel, a comprehensive critical analysis of the AMC series. Alongside Roberta Lipp and... More »
Netflix has nabbed a previously unannounced project titled Mercy, which Chris Sparling — who wrote the 2010 Ryan Reynolds thriller Buried and Gus Van Sant’s The Sea of Trees — wrote and directed, THR writes. “Mad Men’s” James Wolk, pictured, and “Master of Sex’s” Caitlin FitzGerald will star in the home invasion thriller, which recently […]
The Coral Q&A: James Skelly On Why The New Album Is Like 'Mad Men' And Why You Won't See Them On 'Sunday Brunch'
Transparent was my favorite first season of television since Game of Thrones, or maybe even Mad Men. So I'm delighted to see the trailer for the show's second season, which starts on Dec 11. If you haven't seen the first season yet, I would highly recommend doing so...this show does so many things right. Tags: trailers Transparent TV video
“Mad Men” might have officially ended, but there’s another enduring, loosely simpatico creative brand that’s being reintroduced anew to Los Angeles. The Orange County-based artist Josh Agle, a.k.a. “Shag,” is known for his stylized figures — and the occasional slinky black cat — living it up in...
Guess what — it's time yet again for another "next week on Mad Men"-style glimpse at Star Wars: The Force Awakens This time, the pleasing non-linear sequence of eye-candy shots from the forthcoming film focus on Finn, the former First...Show More Summary
Based on Philip K. Dick’s novel, Amazon’s The Man in the High Castle is a period drama set in an alternate-universe version of 1962, in which the United States lost World War II and got carved up, with the Germans taking the East Coast, the Japanese the West, and the... More »
Bar before Pin it Did any of you make it through all seven seasons of Mad Men without thinking, "I should really get a bar cart?" I certainly didn't. Erin turned her dreams into reality and DIY-d her way to a Joan Holloway worthy bar! READ MORE »
No mainstream home furnishings brand quite captured 1960s-era Mad Men glamour better than MGBW.
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With the end of "Mad Men" and "Breaking Bad," AMC lost its two big, more or less real-world Quality Dramas. Moving forward, the network seems to be following "The Walking Dead" deeper into genre fiction. And to hedge that bet, it's mounted a show that encompasses all of them at once. Created by...
Kiernan Shipka, who played Sally Draper on Mad Men, has listed off her memories of the many actors who played her on-screen brother, Bobby, throughout the series. [ more › ]
Her list includes "Bucket Head Bobby" and "Slurpee Bobby"