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'Mad Men's' Robert Morse discusses surprising final episode 7 scene

In a new interview, Morse explains how the scene came to be. Morse says that "Mad Men"creator Matt Weiner wanted the actor to jump back to his musical roots. He is well known for taking the lead role in 1961's "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" on Broadway, amongst other projects over his long career. Show More Summary

How Are the Biggest Accounts of SC&P Going to Fare on ‘Mad Men’?

Speculating about Mad Men is some nasty business – quite literally, as most theories regarding Matt Weiner’s beloved AMC drama series are all about ending the lives of beloved characters in increasingly gruesome ways, from predicting...Show More Summary

Matt Weiner Explained The Dichotomy Of Don Draper To Colbert And Suddenly ‘Mad Men’ Makes More Sense

I’vereadandwatchedalotofinterviewswith MadMen creatorMattWeinerovertheyears,andIdon’tthinkhe’severassuccinctlyexplainedthedichotomyofDonDraper(and,really,the60smaleingeneral)ashedidinthefirstfewminutesofhisinterviewwithStephenColbert...Show More Summary

Adorable Caffe Delia in White Center Gets Its Own Digs

2 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

The Stranger I LOVE COFFEE Delia MacFadden and Matt Weiner. White Center's Caffe Delia originally ran out of a corner of Proletariat Pizza during the restaurant's off-hours. The Proletariat owners suggested the arrangement when they learned of Delia MacFadden's long-standing desire to run her own cafe. Show More Summary



Mad Men’s Ben Feldman and Rich Sommer Talk About Testing for Matt Weiner and the Grueling TV Pilot Process

Every actor will tell you that the TV pilot process is only predictable in its total and utter unpredictability. Last week, we ran a piece in which we spoke briefly to seven actors who had shot pilots that were up for possible series pickups at this week's network upfronts. Now... More »

Mastering The World Of Mad Men

In a Paris Review interview, Mad Men creator Matt Weiner discusses what unites the show’s various outsider characters: The driving question for the series is, Who are we? When we talk about “we,” who is that? In the pilot, Pete Campbell has this line, “Adding money and education doesn’t take the rude edge out of […]

John Slattery Says 'Mad Men' Viewers May Not Get The Ending They Want

John Slattery knows that viewers want to see "Mad Men" wrap up with his character, Roger, finally with Joan. He claims that "Mad Men" director and writer Matt Weiner knows that viewers want Roger to end up with Joan. And yet, that may...Show More Summary

Matt Weiner Discusses The Books That Influenced Him When Writing ‘Mad Men’

TheSundayBookReviewsectionofyesterday’sNewYorkTimescontainedaninterviewwithMadMencreatorMattWeiner about,well,books.Includedinthediscussionwere,ofcourse,somethoughtsonwhatwritersandbookshaveinfluencedtheshow.WhatotherbookshaveinformShow More Summary

Mad Men Drops in Season 7 Premiere

AMC may have been hoping that the so-called “Netflix Effect” would boost the ratings for the Season 7 premiere of Mad Men, but in a highly competitive Sunday 10 p.m. slot, Matt Weiner’s period piece put up its worst opening numbers since 2008. Show More Summary

On Eve Of ‘Mad Men’ Preem, Matt Weiner Near Millennium Deal For Pic ‘You Are Here’

EXCLUSIVE: Millennium Entertainment is near a deal to distribute You Are Here, the film directed by Mad Man creator Matt Weiner that premiered at the last Toronto Film Festival. It is the first film Weiner directed since What Do YouShow More Summary

Watch The Simpsons mock those incomprehensible Mad Men previews

The incomprehensible previews for each upcoming episode of AMC's Mad Men have become one of the show's unlikely trademarks, spawning analyses, parodies, and a thorough grilling of creator Matt Weiner. But what would happen if other TV...Show More Summary

‘Mad Men’s’ Season 7 Big Hollywood Premiere Buzz: How Does It All End? Why Can’t The Cast Win At The Emmys? And Why Does Matt Weiner Welcome HBO’s ‘True Detective’ To The Hotly Competitive Drama Series Race?

AMC threw a Hollywood premiere at the Arclight Theatre Wednesday night to kick off what was termed “the beginning of the end”.  AMC President Charlie Collier, MM creator Matt Weiner and cast and crew were at the Arclight Theatre forShow More Summary

Mad Men Season 7: 10 Iconic Places We Might See Don Draper

Though Mad Men creator Matt Weiner has kept details about the show's seventh and final season on lockdown, a teaser trailer showing Don Draper disembarking from an airplane has everyone wondering if he really is moving to Los Angeles. Show More Summary

UPROXX Interview: ‘Mad Men’ Creator Matt Weiner On His Show’s Obsessive Fans & His Own TV-Viewing Habits

Last week UPROXX was given the opportunity to participate in a conference call with Mad Men creator Matt Weiner to talk about the show, which returns for the first half of its seventh season on April 13th. Also on the call were representatives from a handful of other media outlets that regularly cover the show. Show More Summary

The Long Goodbye: Mad Men Cast Begins Victory Lap

While he wasn’t physically onstage during Friday night’s PaleyFest panel, Mad Men creator Matt Weiner cast a long shadow over the proceedings—so much so that the only potential spoilers leaked by the stars of the AMC drama were decidedly tongue-in-cheek. Show More Summary

'Mad Men' Season 7 Secrets: Creator Matt Weiner On The Drama's Farewell Season

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

The Very Bright Future of Mad Men's Elisabeth Moss

4 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

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 »

'Mad Men' Spinoff: Matthew Weiner Says It Won't Happen

10 months agoPop Culture / Celebrity : PopEater

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

Matt Weiner Talks The End Of ‘Mad Men’

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 [...]

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