Oh, what might have been: According to a recent interview with The Daily Beast (via Entertainment Weekly), Mad Men‘s John Slattery says he was offered a role on Fox’s hit Empire. Unfortunately (because that would’ve been super weird),...Show More Summary
AMC rolled out the red carpet to celebrate the final season of Mad Men. Throwing a formal ball at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, California, AMC honored its Mad Men stars on hand, which included Jon Hamm, John Slattery and Ty Burrell. Show More Summary
The show’s creator and the child star who transformed into an acclaimed young actress, discuss the show, the role and the future.
Since its start in 2007, AMC’s Mad Men has mentioned, discussed, or alluded to a considerable amount of classic literature, from authors like Dante to Mark Twain to Edward Gibbon. Each mention or allusion serves a purpose within theShow More Summary
Finally. Twelve months later. Hours--probably days--spent re-watching old episodes to remember what happened for the first six and a half seasons. The new half-season of Mad Men starts on April 5. While we can't wait to find out what...Show More Summary
January Jones‘ hair covers her topless torso in this brand new photo shoot for Violet Grey. The 37-year-old Mad Men star had to share: On her photo shoot with Violet Grey: “We wanted to do an elevated take on before-and-after photos and explore the idea that A LOT of women, myself included, feel less vulnerable [...]
Everyone loves a "Mad Men" premiere.
Mad Men isn’t known for its humor, but it has its moments of levity, and you might call some of the characters’ quirks amusing. Vulture asked past and present cast members who they think is the funniest Sterling Cooper employee at the show’s premiere at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in... More »
Going from a critical darling like Mad Men to a ratings juggernaut like Empire would probably be the best opportunity there is for an actor. [ Related: Jon Hamm Completes Rehab Ahead Of Mad Men's Final Season ] Although, we'll never actually know because someone over at the AMC period drama actually turned down the chance to [...]
Here’s everyone else who wasn’t wearing a detachable skirt. (Except Elisabeth Moss, who is currently in a play on Broadway, which is why I presume she was absent. And Jessica Pare, who just had a baby. And Alexis Bledel who wasn’t there for reasons I don’t know because she didn’t tell me. I hope she Read More...
Each screener copy of the forthcoming "Mad Men" half-season premiere was accompanied by a note from creator Matthew Weiner. "Enclosed is the premiere episode of the final seven. This is the last premiere of 'Mad Men' you will receive ever. Show More Summary
This is a LOT of look. In fairness, they’re referring to this as “The Black & Red Ball” — which, I love Mad Men too, but that’s intense — but still. LET’S DISCUSS. Read More...
File this one under: Big mistake...Huge! OK, so we actually think this Mad Men star will be just fine, but still, John Slattery has to be kicking himself a wee bit for turning down a...
FX’s Cold War spy thriller The Americans, which returns Wednesday for its third season, benefits from the sort of reverse novelty that made early Mad Men so enchanting: It lets us remember (or imagine) what it was like to live in the days of phone booths, cabinet-sized computers, and TVs with rabbit-ear antennae. Show More Summary
As Mad Men's final episodes approach, it's natural to wonder where the show's performers might show up next. Elisabeth Moss is currently on Broadway, January Jones is on The Last Man on Earth, and John Slattery apparently could have been on Empire. Recall that Danny Strong, Empire's co-creator and executive producer,... More »
Mad Men returns on April 5 with its final episodes, and while there's a lot to remember about where the season left off, there's a ton to look forward to. We break down what we already know about the upcoming episodes!
With the beginning of the end for AMC's Mad Men, the debut of NBC's Biblical A.D. and American Odyssey plus the premiere of The Lizzie Borden Chronicles on Lifetime, Easter Sunday's primetime is a very crowded place this year. Among the offerings, I recommend in the video review above that you check yourself into Wolf Hall on April 5. Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES — A Mad Men spinoff series is not an outlandish idea — this is AMC, after all, the network that dared order up Better Call Saul after Breaking Bad came to a definitive conclusion. The question then becomes: Which Mad MenShow More Summary
Beth Behrs showed up to the Mad Men Final Black and White Ball to support boyfriend Michael Gladis looking like a blushing, glowing goddess. This is how makeup artist Jamie Greenberg made it happen: She used all ColourPop cosmetics (a...Show More Summary
He managed to complete a 30-day alcohol rehabilitation program without setting off the tabloid alarms, and Jon Hamm is happy to be on the road to recovery. In a new interview with Australia’s “TV Week,” the “Mad Men” star opened up for...Show More Summary