Mad Men‘s seventh and final season premiered on Sunday night, and despite not so great ratings, it still managed to pull out a few tricks from its sleeve. The most talked about moment? That scene on the plane between Jon Hamm and Neve Cambpell, a surprise appearance that fans of hers were excited to see.
Brooklyn Benjestorf In anticipation of Sunday night's final season premier, Seattle-based chanteuse, Prom Queen, played a Mad Men themed party at Vito's on Saturday night. In classic Seattle fashion, most of the attendees were not dressed on theme, but those that put in the effort really looked stunning. Show More Summary
The Real Housewives of Orange County’s ninth season premiere aired on Bravo Monday, and who better to appear on Watch What Happens Live than original cast member Vicki Gunvalson… READ ON
Heather Dubrow was one of just three The Real Housewives of Orange County stars left standing after Gretchen Rossi and Alexis Bellino were fired and Lydia McLaughlin quit the show… READ ON
16 and Pregnant is back, baby (see what we did there) and MTV's Teen Mom precursor didn't disappoint in its fifth season premiere Monday night. Fans were introduced to 16-year-old Madison Godsey on 16 and Pregnant Season 5 Episode 1....Show More Summary
Sunday night was the season premiere of Mad Men -- the final season, I should say. With so much hype, you'd think we were gearing up for the Super Bowl. But honestly other than the big game, this is the biggest event in marketing/advertising...Show More Summary
On Mad Men, Roger Sterling more or less gets through each season on the strength of his “silver fox” charm in lieu of actual work. (He uttered not a word about Sterling Cooper & Partners in last night’s season premiere.) In real life,...Show More Summary
Two hit shows depicting very different historical eras premiered within a week of each other, and the results show a large social difference. As we reported, “Game of Thrones” season four premiere week (the premiere was April 6) generated over 300,000 tweets with 170,000 unique authors of those tweets for the week of March 31-April 6. Show More Summary
TV in general pretty much underperformed Sunday night, but the season premieres of Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown and Morgan Spurlock Inside Man both surged over their previous season bows by double digits. The 9 PM Season 3 opener of...Show More Summary
CNN Original Series’ Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown and Morgan Spurlock Inside Man each won their respective time periods (9-10pm ET and 10-11pm, ET) on Sunday in the key P25-54 demo among cable news networks,
The season premiere of "Mad Men" took a ratings hit, falling to its lowest debut numbers since 2008.AMC says 2.3 million people watched the show Sunday (April 13), the smallest premiere audience since the Season 2 debut in in July 2008. Show More Summary
There will apparently be no Breaking Bad–like surge for the final “season” of AMC’s Mad Men. Sunday’s season six premiere debuted to 2.3 million viewers, down about 30 percent from last spring’s return and the least-watched season opener for the show since 2008, its sophomore year (2.1 million). It also... More »
On AMC's "Mad Men," we're used to seeing characters struggle, but last night's premiere saw the show itself fighting for ratings. Don Draper made his highly-anticipated return to TV last night but the show drew in a disappointing 2.3 million viewers, shedding 1.1 million viewers from last season's premiere. Show More Summary
Two new theories that ‘Mad Men’ will end with the ad man’s death popped up in Sunday’s season premiere. Add ‘em to the list.
From Scott Bradless and the Postmodern Jukebox: To celebrate the season premiere of HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” we teamed up with nine time Grammy-nominated sax star Dave Koz to bring you this smooth version of the opening theme song. No Starks were harmed in the making of this video. [ScottBradleeLovesYa]
The end is nigh for Mad Men and last night the series had its lowest season premiere since 2008?s Season 2 . The return of AMC’s acclaimed series for the first part of its 7th and final season drew 2.3 million viewers at 10 PM last night. Show More Summary
Last night’s season premiere of Mad Men jumped forward to 1969. New York — founded just under a year earlier, in April 1968 — was the hot new title, and its pages were home to significant national ad campaigns as well as a lot of local ones. Some were classics; others... More »
Brow Beat is following the final season of Mad Men with the perfect meter to keep track of all the latest oddsmaking on Don Draper’s death: The Don Draper Doomsday Clock. Leading up to Mad Men’s season premiere, we were skeptical that Matthew Weiner would end his show in so conventional a manner as the death of his protagonist. Show More Summary
Last night's season premiere dropped us back into Don Draper's world of salesmanship, seduction, and self-deception.
Our sister site PRNewswer writes about popular companies leveraging the highly-anticipated final season premiere of AMC’s “Mad Men” to get their messages out. Petco invented “MadDogs” and “GladMen” ahead of the premiere. And in honor of “Mad Men,” Domino’s Pizza went throwback: In honor of #MadMen Premiere, we’re ditching the net. Show More Summary