Television, it’s often said, is a writer’s medium. Audiences have gotten used to crediting creators and showrunners like David Simon, Matthew Weiner, and Jenji Kohan as the creative visionaries behind their shows, while directors are...Show More Summary
The Office alum Jenna Fischer is pregnant with her second child, Us Weekly reports. The craziest celebrity baby names Fischer... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Office Jenna Fischer Matthew Weiner Mad Men
He’s always had a certain pop culture appeal, and President Barack Obama even included a “Mad Men” reference in his State of the Union address last night (January 28). The Commander-in-Chief pledged to end wage discrepancy in America,...Show More Summary
It's no secret that President Barack Obama is a huge Mad Men fan. During a portion about gender income inequality in Tuesday's State of the Union address, POTUS used the show as an example of how outdated some current policies are — and Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner is "honored" by the name-drop. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Barack Obama Matthew Weiner
The first part of the split final season of Mad Men doesn’t debut for three more months, and seeing as Matthew Weiner would sooner burn down his own house than allow any details to leak out, we’re all going to be running around scooping up crumbs until the April premiere. HEY, SPEAKING OF CRUMBS, HERE ARE SOME CONTEXT-FREE PICTURES OF JON HAMM ON THE SET!
The first images from Mad Men season 7, premiering April 13, have been released. Although a tight-lipped Matthew Weiner has kept pretty much all plot points under lock and key, we can infer a few things from these pictures. Don is still...Show More Summary
Ryan Murphy is like a far less talented Matthew Weiner: he does things just ’cause he can. Whereas Weiner’s “things” include blowing your whole budget on a single Beatles song, Murphy instead writes an entire season of American Horror Story about witches just so he has an excuse for Stevie Nicks to drop by. I hate the man, but I don’t blame him.
All images via Herman Miller Pieces by furniture manufacturer Herman Miller are so synonymous with midcentury modern interior design that Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner opted not to include the classic lounge chair that Charles and Ray Eames designed for...
You may never have heard of Henry Jamison “Jam” Handy, but almost a century before TV producer Matthew Weiner conjured up the fictional persona of ad man Don Draper, Jam Handy was inventing and shaping the way Americans bought and sold consumer goods, particularly cars. Along the way, he also shaped the way we learn […]
Teaming up for a swanky evening out, Kiernan Shipka and Matthew Weiner attended the ACLU of Southern California’s 90th Anniversary Bill of Rights Dinner last night (December 9). The “Mad Men” actress posed together with her hit AMC show’s...Show More Summary
For the new book, JFK: His Enduring Legacy, TIME’s David Von Drehle interviewed dozens of people about John F. Kennedy and his impact on America. Fifty years after the president’s assassination, veterans of diplomacy, the arts, and football reflect on Kennedy’s influence. Show More Summary
The "Breaking Bad" creator plays a round during his cover shoot with THR, and guesses Aaron Paul, Jonathan Banks and Matthew Weiner before landing upon his Emmy-winning lead. read more
Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner stopped by to chat on the Emmys red carpet in LA this evening. News broke last week that Mad Men will be breaking up its final two seasons over two years, just like Breaking Bad did, and we asked him whether that will affect how he goes about finishing things on Mad Men. Watch our chat with Matthew now!
Earlier in the week, we learned that Mad Men's final season will be split into two parts, with seven episodes airing this spring and another seven the spring of 2015. Everyone's response was decidedly blah. Included in that "everyone" was the show's creator, Matthew Weiner. "It's a strategy from the... 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
Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner is nothing if not candidly honest. So, when asked by The Hollywood Reporter about AMC’s recent announcement to split up the final season of Mad Men, he made it very clear that the decision did not come from his end.
The showrunner, celebrating his Emmy-nominated series at THR's nominees party, talks about the decision to extend the AMC drama and sounds off on the recent spate of companion series at his network: "This is it... When it's done, it's done." read more
Continuing their history of torturing the fans who love Mad Men most, Matthew Weiner and AMC have decided to split the final season of Mad Men in two, airing seven episodes in 2014 and seven episodes in 2015. Yes, that means you'll have to wait almost TWO FULL YEARS to see how the show ends. Read more...
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