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"I look at Roger, it’s like 'Mad Men.' This guy came of age in the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s when it was a whole different culture."

"I don’t think he was thinking that [what he was saying] was really all that bad."Said an unnamed former Fox News executive, quoted in a WaPo article titled "The fall of Roger Ailes: He made Fox his ‘locker room’ — and now women are telling their stories."Ailes... Show More Summary

Home of the Day: Mad Men style on Tuxedo Terrace

If this Hollywood Hills home were a drink, it would be a double old fashioned in a rocks glass. The 1960s pad, with its midcentury style and streamlined sheen, offers an updated spin on a classic design with plenty of natural light. Modern conveniences include renovated bathrooms, meticulously...

Hail Satan and ‘The Blackcoat’s Daughter’ This Fall!

One of the best films I saw in 2015 was Osgood Perkins’ masterful February (read our review), starring Emma Roberts (“American Horror Story”) and Kiernan Shipka (“Mad Men,” Carriers), with Lucy Boynton (Miss Porter), James Remar (“Dexter”), and Lauren Holly (Dumb and Dumber). A24, who released The Witch, acquired this Satanic masterpiece out of the […]

In a World Gone Mad, Idris Elba Dances for You

Your impulse to stumble up to Idris Elba in the men’s restroom and challenge him to a dance-off is a bad one, and you must learn to control it. The Star Trek Beyond actor visited The Tonight Show last night to show off his fancy footwork, explain the humiliations of ... More »

Matthew Weiner Reads Frank O’Hara

6 days agoNews : The Daily Beast

The Mad Men creator is a big fan of the New York School poet, citing OHaras work as as spiritual kin to the TV series. Now Weiner gets a chance to read the poems aloud.

Marketing Technology is Changing the World. And Marketers Are Getting Left Behind.

By Katherine Ogburn, Director of Strategy, Ready State In an early episode of Mad Men, Don Draper spars with a researcher about the value of the customer insights she’d collected. Don argued that creatives need to show the future, not the past, and that data couldn’t show a brand where to go. Marketing has evolved a lot over the last 50 years. Show More Summary

A Mad Libs Profile of an Attractive Female Celebrity, As Written by a Man

6 days agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

Big magazine assignments on attractive and "fresh-faced" female celebrities used to be reserved exclusively for men over 50 with something to prove and an overabundance of Viagra. Want to learn how literally any Hollywood starlet has both ample breasts and abundant talent, without gleaning anything noteworthy about her? Look to ... More »

'This madness has to stop,' Clinton says of violence against black men and the police

In a wide-ranging speech before the NAACP’s 107th annual convention in Cincinnati, soon-to-be Democratic Party presidential nominee Hillary Clinton took note Monday that the gains African Americans have struggled to achieve over the past several decades have been considerable. Show More Summary

Why Can’t YouTube Do Drama?

Summary: Given YouTube’s popularity, it’s surprising that the video platform doesn’t have its own Breaking Bad, Mad Men, or Game of Thrones—a singular story that creates shockwaves of influence across culture—especially considering YouTube’s recent push into scripted original series with YouTube Red. Show More Summary

In defense of anger: A critic's appeal to playwrights to let their tempers fly

At a time when voters are by all accounts mad as hell and not willing to take it anymore, the conditions seem ripe for an American version of the Angry Young Men movement that transformed the postwar British theater. The charge led by John Osborne in 1956 with “Look Back in Anger” successfully...

'Suits' Boss Discusses Season 6's New Challenges, Series Endgame

Creator Aaron Korsh also reveals how 'Mad Men' inspired this season and the new framework keeping the team (somewhat) together. read more

Emmys: 7 Things to Look for in Thursday's Nominations

Emmy nominations will be announced on Thursday, which means you have less than two days to finalize your predictions. With a lot of the old guard gone (bye, Mad Men) or ineligible (see you whenever, Louie), there's lots of room for a shake-up this year, especially with two super-hot, critically... Read More > Other Links From Mr. Show More Summary

Take Me Home: Why “Mr. Robot” Matters

USA’s “Mr. Robot” is one of those rare programs that has literally redefined the network on which it airs. Much as “Mad Men” did with AMC and “The Sopranos” did with HBO, Sam Esmail’s show has ushered out the sunny skies of shows like “Royal Pains” in favor of the cynical, stylish vision of their most critically acclaimed hit. Show More Summary

Beth Behrs Announces Engagement to Michael Gladis!

Love is in the air for “2 Broke Girls” babe Beth Behrs, as it seems she’s gearing up to marry her very own “Mad Men” man. The 30-year-old actress took to her Instagram account on Monday (July 11) to share that she accepted a marriage...Show More Summary

Jon Hamm To Become The Next James Bond — Tom Hiddleston Out?

Jon Hamm is said to become the next James Bond. The Mad Men star is already receiving some hefty competition from the likes of fellow actors such as Idris Elba, Tom Hardy, and Tom Hiddleston. There have been rumors swirling that Tom Hiddleston is set to become the net James Bond. Show More Summary

The CMO Is Dead, Long Live The CMO

Yes, marketing departments have become more diverse since the Mad Men days of the ’60s and ’70s (although not by much). If we extrapolate the findings in the diversity reports coming out of Silicon Valley, we can assume that marketing departments maintain roughly the same ratios. Meaning, they are still mostly male and white.

Man Mad at Face

As long as there have been female faces, there have been men around to be mad at them. See, the faces deserved it. They had too much makeup, or too little makeup. They didn't smile enough; they smiled way too much. "You go to see a movie that features an ... More »

‘Bojack Horseman’ Season 3 Trailer: “What Do You Mean, ‘What’s Next?'”

Who would have guessed that the closest spiritual successor to Mad Men would come in the form of a half-hour cartoon about a washed-up sitcom star who just happens to be a horse? Netflix’s Bojack Horseman was a little shaky in the early...Show More Summary

The Last Fugcoon: Lily Collins

Lily here is in one of the two new Amazon pilots, The Last Tycoon. (Sidebar: It also stars Matt Bomer, Janie Bryant of Mad Men did the costumes,they had the set designer from Amadeus, and Danny “Julia Roberts” Moder was the D.P. So I will probably watch it, as Amazon lets people watch their pilots Read More...

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