A couple of weeks ago, an assistant of Matthew Weiner turned writer on Mad Men, Kater Gordon, alleged that Weiner had said to her one night at work that he deserved to see her naked. Gordon won an Emmy for...
Amazon Studios has made decision on the two Weinstein Co. series it wasn “reviewing” options on. The company is no longer plans on moving forward with the David O'Russell Project. As for Matt Weiner’s The Romanoffs, Amazon intends to move forward without the involvement of The Weinstein Company, the company said. MORE
The Weinstein Co. was expected to finance half of the $160 million Robert De Niro drama from David O. Russell as well as the $75 million Matt Weiner's 'The Romanoffs,' sources say, but the streamer has not seen a cent. read more
When AMC began assembling the cast for its first original series, Mad Men, creator Matt Weiner was adamant that he wanted to cast mostly unknown actors, so that they wouldn't bring the "baggage" from previous roles to the new project. Show More Summary
Frank Darabont’s lawsuit against AMC has yielded a lot of entertainment fodder for the public at large. (Well, depending on how you feel about reading someone’s abusive emails to co-workers, it could also just make you really angry.) Today, though, anyone following the heated legal battle also learned something about ... More »
The MAD MEN creator returns to TV with a show only he could get made. Read more...
Matt Weiner, the Sopranos writer turned Mad Men creator and showrunner, admits that he "would find it a tremendous challenge" to produce an unscripted show, and analyzes the scripted world's perception of reality TV. All of that is in part one of his appearance on The Jay and Tony Show Show podcast, which Weiner taped last Monday. Show More Summary
Last night, after HBO and all of the other Emmy celebrations shut down, Matt Weiner kept things going after midnight at the AMC party with the rest of his Mad Men crew. Vulture caught up with Weiner as he reflected upon seeing his writers and cast assembled together for one... More »
Shortly after "Mad Men" ended its inaugural season with the celebrated episode "The Wheel" and its defining Don Draper Kodak Carousel pitch, Matthew Weiner showed up on Jon Hamm's doorstep, ostensibly to deliver a present, its precise nature now long forgotten. But Weiner had an ulterior motive...
As much as fans might wish to see TV finales tie up every loose end surrounding the characters and storylines of… Read More
Matt Weiner spoke about the “non-verbal meaning” of the final scenes of Mad Men in a Q&A with novelist… Read More
The Mad Men finale is over, and as we wait for comment (or more silence) from creator Matt Weiner, insight is trickling in via post-finale interviews with cast members, as well as some pre-finale conversations that mean more now that we’ve seen the curtain fall. … Read More
"Mad Men" fans woke up today feeling like 'Sopranos' fans did 8 years ago -- an ambiguous final scene made it SEEM like Don Draper created the iconic Coke commercial... and the show's creator is keeping the…
Mad Men promos! You love 'em, and so do we! Were they ever helpful? Nope! For eight years, Matt Weiner and his team made an art form out of the completely useless "next week on..." post-episode preview. It's been an endless parade of characters saying "Who?" or "I can... More »
So, after seven seasons of speculation about what peak Don Draper would jump from, the show ends with... a Coke ad? Unsurprisingly, Matt Weiner and company gave us an ending we'll be debating for years, but the final moments make more sense if you know a bit about the... More »
How will Mad Men end? With a song, of course. In the span of 91 previous episodes, the series’ patriarch, Matt Weiner, has employed popular music of the '60s era to punctuate each final scene. Sometimes an entire installment, such as...Show More Summary
Matt Weiner appeared on Conan last night and told him that, because O’Brien has been such an avid supporter of the show, he… Read More
"I’m not just gonna take these last seven episodes and do the greatest hits."
Most big events in the world have a surprisingly modest impact on our daily lives, "Mad Men" creator Matt Weiner argues.
As someone who spent a significant chunk of my 20s floundering around in different directions, attempting to figure out how to find meaning and success in adult life, nothing makes me happier than stories of artistic and cultural luminaries who struggled, sank, and despaired before finally hitting the jackpot. Show More Summary