For Don Draper, it's the beginning of the end. In a month, the seventh and final season of "Mad Men" will begin on AMC. Though it'll be a long goodbye -- Season 7 will be split into two seven-episode sections airing this year and next...Show More Summary
When Mad Men, AMC’s 1960s advertising drama, began, probably the only person who knew the clueless secretary with the unflattering bangs would become the show’s hero was its creator, Matt Weiner. The first episode was Peggy Olson’s first day on the job, her ears sticking out, her clothes ill-fitting, her... More »
Although its final episodes will be split across two years, "Mad Men" will eventually come to an end. And according to series creator Matt Weiner, fans shouldn't get their hopes up about a spinoff. "There's no chance," Weiner told The Hollywood Reporter. Show More Summary
The ’60s are about to end all over again, and with them the saga of Don Draper. “Mad Men” creator Matthew Weiner has taken the first steps into crafting the seventh and final season of the acclaimed AMC series. Attending the 2013 Creative Arts Emmys as a presenter Sunday, Weiner revealed to TV Guide Magazine [...]
The '60s are about to end all over again, and with them the saga of Don Draper. "Mad Men" creator Matthew Weiner has taken the first steps into crafting the seventh and final season of the acclaimed AMC series. Attending the 2013 Creative...Show More Summary
Do you remember Arlo Weiner, the pint-sized fashion plate who earned his own style spread in GQ at the age of eight? (The fact that he’s the son of Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner probably helped with that bit of press.) If you’ve been missing Arlo’s specially cultivated brand of... More »
This season, Mad Men has been more GIF-able than ever before. Whether someone was getting shot in the face, falling down the stairs, or just proclaiming an undying love of puppies, Matt Weiner and Co seemed to provide a tiny moment for the Internet age each episode.
So what are Matt Weiners instructions to the promo department, exactly? Call it attrition warfare. “First it was like, ‘Please don’t mention anything beyond the...
"Mad Men" showrunner Matthew Weiner has revealed that no major character will die this season, and we think that's a good thing.
Everyone is caught up in whether or not Megan is going to die on "Mad Men" -- she's not, according to Matt Weiner -- but the real angle as this season plays out could be found more in how she exists within her marriage to Don.
Sorry, "Mad Men" conspiracy theorists: Megan Draper is not Sharon Tate! In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, series creator Matt Weiner flat-out shot...
After mass speculation, Matthew Weiner finally got frustrated enough to confirm (to The LA Times) that Megan Draper will not be dying this season, no matter who she might resemble. "It’s just not part of the show. No one’s going to die," he said, seemingly to the surprise of actress ... More »
MAJOR LATE BREAKING FRIDAY AFTERNOON DEVELOPMENT!!! Mad Men creator Matt Weiner, in an interview the LA Times did with he and the cast that will released next week, claims that no one on the show, including the much-speculated about around these parts Megan Draper, is dead or will be dying this season, despite the oranges and whatnot.
Hosted by Tami Winfrey Harris and Andrea Plaid Wait…what’s going on with Bob Benson’s knee? Okay, not such much his knee but the unrealistic scenario Matt Weiner and his crew created in which Benson’s knee would come into play. This week, as the roundtable became a Table For Two, Tami and I talk about the Notorious Knee, the possibility of …
With Jessica Pare having issued her final, bone-chilling shriek about Mad Men theories concerning Megan Draper (FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE!), Matthew Weiner and James Wolk are now addressing wild fan speculation regarding the true nature of Wolk’s character Bob Benson. Show More Summary
Seriously, what's Bob Benson's deal. We know something is up, but what? Last week, we presented many theories, like Benson is an investigative journalist and/or murderer. Recently, talking with the New York Times, James Wolk, the actor who plays Benson, opened up about his personal favorite theory: "They’re hilarious. I ... More »
It's become pretty clear to me that Mad Men's sixth season is its worst season. It cannot be saved by the notion that Matt Weiner is "building up to something." "Building up to something" only works when you actually care about the characters. Show More Summary
Hosted by Tami Winfrey Harris and Andrea Plaid This week, Matt Weiner thought he’d counter the continued criticisms that he and his creative team aren’t dealing with race and racism by…fleshing out one of the worst racial fears about Black women. Tami, Renee Martin from Womanist Musings and Fangs For The Fantasy, and I give this foolishness some serious side-eye …
Post by Maressa Brown Don Draper, I mean, Jon Hamm was on The Daily Show this week looking yummy as usual, and he dished with Jon Stewart about Mad Men season 6. Granted, Matt Weiner has probably made him sign copious volumes of contracts...Show More Summary
Mad Men creator Matt Weiner’s obsession with confidentiality is no secret. The show’s actors keep mum in interviews, terrified of