Mad Men closed with its hero, adman Don Draper (Jon Hamm), sitting lotus-style on a hilltop in 1970, experiencing bliss, or something like it. Don had proclaimed ten years earlier that love was a lie invented by guys like him to sell nylons and that we’re all born alone and... More »
(Hey, did you read the headline? Yes? Okay, then don’t get mad when you read major Mad Men plot points in this article. Thanks.) Everyone who saw the Mad Men finale has a theory about it. Even series star Jon Hamm has speculated on what he thinks that fateful cliffside meditation session means for Don Draper’s future. Show More Summary
Ever since the finale of Mad Men aired on Sunday, fans have been debating the meaning of the iconic show’s final scene. In an interview with The New York Times, actor Jon Hamm gives his interpretation of exactly what happened at the very end of the show. Show More Summary
If there is one word that he been used more than any other to describe the final moments of Sunday's night Mad Men series finale by those were left disappointed it is "cynical." As Don Draper sits cross-legged overlooking the cliffsShow More Summary
The final scene of Mad Men is now behind us. Showrunner Matthew Weiner has said in the past that he always has a last visual image in mind when writing a new season, and Jon Hamm just told the NY Times: "We had talked about this ending for a long time and that was Matt [Weiner]'s image. Show More Summary
On Sunday night, the world said goodbye to Don, Betty, Pete, Joan, Peggy and the rest of the Mad Men squad, and Jon Hamm shared some amusing thoughts on who he'd like to see return for a spinoff series in the future. Click To Continue Reading
Jon Hamm imagines an intriguing storyline involving his TV daughter.
"Matt[hew Weiner] had said at one point, 'I just want my characters to be a little more happy than they were in the beginning,' and I think that’s pretty much true." read more
After seven critically acclaimed seasons, AMC's Mad Men finally came to an end on Sunday night. But was the series finale satisfying as, say, being bought a Coke? [ Photos: Mad Men Characters Through The Seasons! ] The series that took us back to the world of advertising ended [ SPOILER ALERT ] with one of the most [...]
The end of Mad Men was a little ambiguous, but most of the audience seems to believe Don's "om moment" was actually just a creative breakthrough that led him back to Madison Avenue with a big idea for Coca-Cola. Ding! That smile wasShow More Summary
Following Sunday night's series finale of the AMC drama “Mad Men,” which hit a record ratings high, the New York Times talked to lead actor Jon Hamm about this thoughts on the finale. Hamm said that he and "Mad Men" creator Matthew Weiner...Show More Summary
Jon Hamm has known how "Mad Men" ended far longer than just about anyone, so he has a ready answer for his interpretation of the final scene: Did Don Draper's moment of clarity really lead to him creating a famous Coca-Cola commercial?In a word, yes. Show More Summary
Confused by the finale of Mad Men ? In a spoiler-laden New York Times interview, Jon Hamm admits the final scene is a "little bit ambiguous" and gives his own take on Don Draper's fate. When the scene cuts from Draper meditating at a California retreat to Coke's 1971 "I'd...
If you watched Mad Men's finale last night, there's a good chance you've spent the past day trying to crack Don Draper's fate, what he'll do next, who he'll become, how involved he was with that mystical Coca-Cola commercial, and so on. Well, for what it's worth, Jon Hamm told... More »
The New York Times gets the first conversation with Hamm: "It’s not the end of anything," he says
Unlike Sarah and Dustin -- and maybe most of the audience -- I don't know exactly what I wanted from the Mad Men finale, only that I didn't get it. That's not to say I left at all unhappy. Whether...
"My take is that, the next day, he wakes up in this beautiful place, and has this serene moment of understanding, and realizes who he is."
Jon Hamm called it "our fourth goodbye," but for him and the rest of the cast and crew of AMC's "Mad Men," it was the final and, unquestionably, the longest farewell. In a daylong blowout that combined an almost defiant air of celebration...Show More Summary
While Jon Hamm went more formal in a gray suit, actor John Slattery wore a semi-casual ensemble to attend a screening of Mad Men’s season finale. Hitting the red carpet, Slattery showed us how to do smart denim. Embracing a dark wash,...Show More Summary
Colin Farrell is not the only star to have recently done well by the classic gray suit. Mad Men star Jon Hamm took on the staple for a screening of the the show’s final episode. Wearing Brioni, Hamm took to a gray houndstooth super 160’s...Show More Summary