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Mad Men’s Matthew Weiner on Jon Hamm’s Big Win and Being 6-Months Pregnant With His Next Idea

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 »

When Jon Hamm became Matt Weiner's 'Mad Men' pitchman

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...

The Genius of Mad Men's Matt Weiner: It's Not Over

Matt Weiner interviewed by his sister Allison Hope-Weiner Jon Hamm, as Don Draper, deserves a happy ending. Not what he got. No woman to call his own. Don was no more promiscuous than Pete Campbell (Vincent Kartheiser) and Roger Sterling...Show More Summary

Here’s Matt Weiner’s List of All the Things ‘Mad Men’ Wanted to Cover in Season 7, But Didn’t

As much as fans might wish to see TV finales tie up every loose end surrounding the characters and storylines of… Read More

Matthew Weiner Sheds Light on Don and the Much-Debated Coke Ad

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’ Cast’s Most Fascinating Insights About the Series Finale

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

What was missing from the “Mad Men” finale (Hint: It’s not a Coke commercial)

For a while, it looked like Matt Weiner's celebrated show wanted to tell us something about consumer capitalism

'Mad Men' Creator Matt Weiner -- Ducks Big Don Draper Coke Question After Finale

5 months agoPop Culture / Celebrity :

"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…

Watch This Supercut of Unhelpful ‘Next Week on Mad Men’ Promos

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 »

The History of the 1971 Coke Ad from the Mad Men Finale

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 »

Singing the End of 'Mad Men'

5 months agoNews : Newsweek: US

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

‘Mad Men': Matt Weiner’s ‘Milk and Honey’ meditation on motherhood

This post contains details about the episode of “Mad Men” that aired May 10.  One of the most memorable images of Betty Draper is from season one of “Mad Men.” In “Shoot,” we eventually encounter Betty standing in her yard in Rye, N.Y., in a pale pink dressing down, grasping a child’s BB gun, cigarette hanging […]

‘Mad Men’s’ Final Scene Involves a Very Dapper Watermelon, and Probably Doesn’t Involve D.B. Cooper

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

Matt Weiner on ‘Mad Men’ and Don Draper’s Failed Pitch

"I’m not just gonna take these last seven episodes and do the greatest hits."

10 moments in history that helped shape 'Mad Men'

5 months agoNews : NY Daily News

Most big events in the world have a surprisingly modest impact on our daily lives, "Mad Men" creator Matt Weiner argues.

Matt Weiner’s Years of Pre-‘Mad Men’ Failure and Humiliation Will Inspire You to Persevere

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

'Mad Men' creator Matthew Weiner reveals his biggest career regret

"Mad Men" creator Matt Weiner has won nine Emmy awards. Time magazine has named him as one of the 100 most influential people, saying he is "no less than a genius" and that "his influence on the world of television is unparalleled." But success didn't come easily to Weiner. Show More Summary

Odd “Even”

April 10, 2015 Posted by Jay Livingston The “Mad Men” exhibit at the Museum of the Moving Image shows how scrupulously Matt Weiner and company sought historical authenticity. They are proud of their period-perfect props, objects that...Show More Summary

Mad Men Boss Matthew Weiner Explains the Premiere

This article originally appeared in Vulture. This interview contains spoilers for the mid-season premiere of Mad Men. “I forgot how fast time moves when you’re not working!” laughed Matt Weiner, easing into a plush sofa in the lobby of the L’Ermitage hotel in Beverly Hills. Show More Summary

Mad Men 708 Recap: Why You'll Need Netflix To Really Understand The Final Episodes

VideoThe bosses at Netflix ought to be sending Mad Men showrunner Matt Weiner a bottle of Pappy Van Winkle this morning, after last night's mid-season premiere. Or maybe it’s the other way around. However the passing of distilled gifts actually transpires, it’s clear that fully understanding  this episode, and probably [...]

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