The 92nd Street Y’s 2017-18 season includes appearances by novelists, musicians, chefs and two American presidents (sort of).
Matthew Weiner's retro masterpiece premiered 10 years ago this Wednesday.
The showrunner also received "award bonuses" up to $125,000 per Emmy win, as disclosed in documents from Frank Darabont's lawsuit against AMC. read more
Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner had a very specific note for the Rectify actress about her makeup. ... More »
Don Draper is headed back to TV, beginning on Monday. No, Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner isn't jumping on the TV revival bandwagon and producing new episodes of his ad agency drama, which aired on AMC and starred Jon Hamm as Draper. Instead, the AT&T Audience Network will air all seven seasons of the show...
It's called 'Heather, the Totality' and will be released in October.
Over the years, some notable television showrunners have taken to directing. Ryan Murphy, Noah Hawley, and Matthew Weiner have directed episodes of their shows, just to name a few examples. Sometimes these transitions from writing to directing yield great results. Show More Summary
Featuring Bradley Whitford, James Urbaniak, and Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner.
Way back in October, we reported that Amazon had picked up a new anthology series from Mad Men man Matthew Weiner, but we didn’t know anything about the show beyond Weiner’s involvement. Now, he’s finally ready to talk about this new project, and it sounds a little weird and pretty clever. Show More Summary
“There’s no formula here,” Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner says about his new Amazon show. “That’s the thing that’s most exciting to me.” The Romanoffs, which was described as a “contemporary anthology set in multiple locations worldwide” when it was announced, is not following the most typical formula. Show More Summary
Matthew Weiner has finally unveiled his first post-Mad Men show: an anthology series for Amazon about people claiming they're descendants of the Romanoffs. Although Weiner previously kept all information surrounding the series a secret, he decided it was time to reveal the first details about the ... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Matthew Weiner
Matthew Weiner has been mum on his Mad Men follow-up, a $50 million anthology drama for Amazon, until now: Now that he’s started work on the series in the writers room, he gave The Hollywood Reporter more details about the show. It’ll be a true anthology, he said, with a ... More »
The eight-part anthology series will tell the story of the supposed descendants of Russia's last imperial dynasty.
Until now, all that was known about Matthew Weiner’s upcoming Amazon series was that it would be an anthology. But with the writers’ room now open for business, Weiner is finally willing to spill the beans, and gave the Hollywood Reporter...Show More Summary
The showrunner finally shares details about 'The Romanoffs' — including its anthology structure of 8 standalone episodes and plans to film around the world. read more
On Thursday, the Taschen bookstore in Beverly Hills hosted a Mad Men reunion. The cast — including Jon Hamm, January Jones, Christina Hendricks, Kiernan Shipka, Jessica Paré, Kevin Rahm, and Ben Feldman — along with writers and designers came out to fete the show’s creator, Matthew Weiner, for the launch ... More »
Jon Hamm and his Mad Men co-stars were all smiles at a cast reunion last night! The 45-year-old actor suited up for the launch of creator/writer Matthew Weiner‘s book “Mad Men” at TASCHEN Store on Thursday (February 23) in Beverly Hills, Calif. They were joined by January Jones, Christina Hendricks, Kiernan Shipka, Jessica Pare, Ben [...]
It was around season four when Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner imagined the final image of Don Draper. The satisfying finale allows viewers to interpret that last shot of Draper however they please. But the actor who played the hard-drinking,...Show More Summary
When “Mad Men” ended back in 2015 with a beautiful, but ambiguous ending, Jon Hamm and creator Matthew Weiner remained mostly coy about the true fate of Hamm’s character, Don Draper. Since the finale, it has remained unclear whetherShow More Summary
Rolling Stone reports that Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner has donated a vast repository of material related to his widely celebrated show, from famous props to research material, to documents exploring its behind-the-scenes battles, to the University Of Texas. Show More Summary