Jon Hamm imagines an intriguing storyline involving his TV daughter.
"She’s just a touchstone for every generation. Yeah, I’d watch that show," Hamm said of his TV daughter
Jon Hamm has an intriguing idea for how “Mad Men” could live on as a new TV series.
Mad Men is ending this weekend, you guys. I can’t believe that after Sunday night I won’t get to watch Don Draper make any more bad decisions or gather new moments to add to my “Sally Draper Is The Best” scrapbook. To console myself during this difficult time, I’ve been playing the show’s opening credits song on repeat and crying. Show More Summary
After growing up on TV, the actress looks back fondly on her "Mad Men" experience and ahead with anticipation for what's next in her career.
Should we have a craft meet-up to make “Free Sally Draper” t-shirts, or what? As Hazel Cills observed last month, “for the rest of Mad Men’s run, Sally Draper will be forced to essentially live atop the grave site of a very different...Show More Summary
As “Mad Men” winds down to its final hours, Matthew Weiner’s aims loom just as cryptic as ever, made more so by the introduction of new characters and the resurfacing of long-forgotten ones. It’s set off a spate of questions: How are all of these people going to factor into the finale? Is he just bringing […]
She’s back: Sally Draper! In fact, last night’s episode was all about parents and children, of both the literal and metaphorical varieties. Titled “The Forecast,” presumably referencing both the prognostication Roger assigns Don to write...Show More Summary
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Before Sally Draper, there was this magical role.
We've seen some great Britney Spears spoofs in the past, but young Sally Draper's will drive you crazy. Kiernan Shipka, aka Sally Draper from "Mad Men," visited Jimmy Kimmel on Wednesday, and the two revealed Shipka actually got her start on the late night show. Show More Summary
Before spending seven seasons as Sally Draper on the AMC drama, Kiernan Shipka appeared in a "Jimmy Kimmel Live" comedy bit making fun of Britney Spears's meltdown.
Child actors can turn into nightmare adults, but choosing wisely in early casting can change the course of a show
While watching the final season Mad Men, we couldn't help but notice it: Sally Draper (aka Kiernan Shipka) has the best bold eyebrows. We're not sure exactly when Sally's enviable arches sprouted, so we rounded up images of the young Draper through the seasons. Show More Summary
For a long time now I’ve teased y’all about my theory that Mad Men is really all about Sally instead of Don “The Dick Whitman” Draper. Here’s my attempt to prove it once and for all. Because it’s something I wrote, I don’t find it nearly as compelling as it should be, but if nothing else […]
Greg Olear says goodbye to Mad Men, and reminds us that Sally Draper is the future. The post “Mad Men” Eulogies: Sally Draper appeared first on The Good Men Project.
We shout out to actress Kiernan Shipka, who's been the show’s great revelation.
If Betty Draper were a parent today, we have a feeling she'd get more than a few visits from Child Protective Services. From verbal abuse to physical altercations to an utter lack of interest in her kids, she certainly isn't in the running...Show More Summary
Sally Draper is almost nine years old in season three of Mad Men. During the episode "The Fog," after a bloody school fight in which Sally (Kiernan Shipka) pushed a classmate's face into a drinking fountain, parents Don and Betty are called into her class to discuss her increasingly bad behavior. Show More Summary
When Don Draper began showing up on Sunday night television, his visage shook loose the earliest memories I had of my dad. It's not that the "Mad Men" protagonist is my father's doppelgänger, exactly, but there are definite similarities. Show More Summary