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
International publisher Taschen has announced the release of Matthew Weiner. Mad Men, a Limited Art Edition multi-volume autographed set featuring photos, sketches, television stills, notes from the Mad Men set and a number of interviews with cast and crew members, particularly including show creator Matthew Weiner. This set, complete with two clothbound volumes, Season 1-7 […]
Mad Men ended a year and a half ago, and now Matthew Weiner is finally ready to close the book on his iconic TV series about '60s advertising. The creator has partnered with Taschen for Matthew Weiner's Mad Men, a lavish, spectacular...Show More Summary
Television writer-director-producer Matthew Weiner, who is developing a new series for Amazon, has bought a multi-family residence in the Westlake area of Central Los Angeles for $1.715 million. Tucked behind a privacy wall and bamboo, the property recently underwent a renovation that saw the original...
Amazon has the next Don Draper.
Matthew Weiner, creator of AMC’s critically acclaimed drama series “Mad Men,” is returning to television with a new series for Amazon, Deadline.com reports. “After heated bidding between six entities, we have learned that the project has landed at The Weinstein...
Almost a year and a half after the end of Mad Men, the drama’s creator, Matthew Weiner, is now working on a new series. Weiner is teaming up with Amazon and The Weinstein Company for his next project. Little is known about the show, but Amazon has already given it a straight to series order. Show More Summary
Because Yuengling drinks Trump, check out today's end-of-day links: anti-Semitic Trump, Alex Jones profile, Matthew Weiner Amazon series, new Sherlock, Trump hats, NYC after dark safety campaign, and dogs play with pumpkins. Don't forget to follow Gothamist on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Snapchat, and like us on Facebook. Show More Summary
Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner is stepping back into his showrunner shoes with a new series at Amazon, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The untitled show is a contemporary, 8-episode anthology series reportedly taking place in several locations around the globe. It's co-produced by The Weinstein ... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Matthew Weiner Mad Men
Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner is making the move to Amazon. Deadline reports that Weiner has signed a $70 million deal with the streaming service and The Weinstein Company, selling them on a new eight-episode drama. Details on the new...Show More Summary
Amazon reportedly paid a big price for the eight-episode series.
Just over a year after “Mad Men” wrapped its run, its creator Matthew Weiner is set to return to TV with a series for Amazon. The project received a straight-to-series order and will consist of eight episodes, The Times has confirmed. Details were scarce on the new project. but unlike “Mad Men’s”...
Good news, Mad Men fans: Matthew Weiner is making a new TV show. Bad news: We know as much about it as we ever knew about future episodes of Mad Men. Deadline reports that Weiner is returning to TV to create, write, and direct most of an eight-episode project for ... More »
The untitled contemporary series hails from The Weinstein Co. and landed at the streaming service with an eight-episode straight-to-series order. read more
After an intense bidding war between six outlets, Amazon and The Weinstein Company have jointly acquired an eight-episode anthology from Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner. The potential series—to be written and at least partially directed...Show More Summary
A year and a half after wrapping his iconic TV series Mad Men, the show's creator, Matthew Weiner, has finally picked his next TV project. The creator is leaving AMC for streaming, making a $70 million deal with Amazon and The Weinstein Co. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner is returning to television with a high-profile new series. After heated bidding between six entities, we have learned that the project has landed at The Weinstein Company and Amazon to air on the streaming service, in a $70 million commitment for eight-episode straight-to-series order. Show More Summary
We talk to a design nerd after our own hearts Attention: If you are notorious perfectionist and Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner, stop reading this right now, because what follows is probably going to upset you. Herman Miller archivist...Show More Summary
The WGA West said tonight that four newcomers have been elected to the guild’s 2016 board of directors along with four incumbents. The newly seated quartet includes former Walking Dead showrunner and Damien creator Glen Mazzara (1,732...Show More Summary
Matthew Weiner's debut novel, entitled Heather, The Totality, will be released in Fall 2017.