Returns Spring 2015 for the Final Episodes
During this weekend’s trio of encores, Mad Men fans should expect the unexpected. This week’s episodes, resuming Sunday at 6AM/5c, contain some of the series’ most surprising moments: Don audaciously kisses a client, Rachel Menken (Season 1, Episode 3 “Marriage of Figaro”), Betty clips a piece of her pristine blonde locks (Season 1, Episode 4 “New Amsterdam”), and the first moment we get a hint at Don’s real identity — when Adam Whitman drops by Sterling Cooper unannounced (Season 1, Episode 5 “5G”). Think you can you keep the events of each episode in order? Test your knowledge of the episodes with the Episode 103, Episode 104 and Episode 105 Ultimate Fan Games. Want a more comprehensive refresher? Check out the Mad Men Episode Guide for full recaps, season overviews, cast interviews, trivia quizzes, photos and more.
Mad Men encores air Sundays at 6AM/5c.
This week, it was announced that Jon Hamm will appear in Black Mirror: White Christmas on Christmas Day, while Matthew Weiner will receive an International Emmy Award. Plus, Jessica Paré discusses how she felt when Mad Men wrapped for good. Read on for more:
• Entertainment Weekly reports that The Audience Network will air the U.K.’s Black Mirror: White Christmas, which stars Jon Hamm, in the U.S. on Christmas Day.
• Digital Spy reports that Matthew Weiner will be presented with an International Emmy Award next week by Christina Hendricks and John Slattery.’
• Speaking with The Canadian Press, Jessica Paré says ending Mad Men was “very teary. We’re fortunate that we get to tell the end of our story.”
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“What you call love was invented by guys like me… to sell nylons.”
It’s been seven years since Don Draper uttered that now-famous line and fans first fell for Mad Men‘s world of ’60s advertising. Now you can relive every ad pitch, steamy tryst, historical moment and classic quip when AMC begins airing the entire series, starting this Sunday, Nov. 16 at 6AM/5c and every week leading up to the premiere in April.
The full series encores kick off with Peggy Olson‘s first day at Sterling Cooper in Season 1, Episode 1, “Smoke Gets in Your Eyes,” followed by a deep dive into Don’s domestic life in Season 1, Episode 2, “Ladies Room.” Afterwards, test your knowledge of the episodes with the Episode 101 and Episode 102 Ultimate Fan Games. Want a more comprehensive refresher? Check out the Mad Men Episode Guide for full recaps, season overviews, cast interviews, trivia quizzes, photos and more.
Mad Men encores begin this Sunday, November 16 at 6AM/5c.
This week, Jon Hamm will sit down with Craig Ferguson during The Late Late Show‘s final month, while Entertainment Weekly touts the upcoming Mad Men marathon. Plus, Jay R. Ferguson expresses how he feels about Mad Men ending. Read on for more:
• According to The Hollywood Reporter, Jon Hamm will be one of Craig Ferguson’s final guests on CBS’ The Late Late Show next month.
• Entertainment Weekly highlights AMC’s upcoming Mad Men marathon, which is re-airing the series from the beginning every Sunday at 6AM/5c, starting Nov. 16.
• We Are Movie Geeks interviews Jay R. Ferguson, who says Mad Men ending is like “when you are so totally in love with someone, and when it’s over, you still have that incredible heartache inside that you feel like you will never love again, that’s how this feels…seriously!”
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This week, The Wall Street Journal spotlights Jon Hamm’s cat-themed appearance on a Comedy Central show, while Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan performed a Mad Men skit on their Halloween episode. Plus, Hamm talks up Elisabeth Moss’ film, The One I Love, to Us Weekly. Read on for more:
• According to The Wall Street Journal, Comedy Central’s @Midnight brought together Jon Hamm and cats, with Hamm causing “his own Internet meme by wearing a grey sweatshirt featuring a sunglasses-sporting cat and the slogan ‘Live in the Meow.’” Elle remarks, “It’s weird. It’s more than slightly random. But it’s 1000% amazing.”
• Live With Kelly and Michael‘s Halloween episode featured a Mad Men skit, with Ripa costumed as Joan and Strahan as Don.
• Jon Hamm shares with Us Weekly that he’s watching The Knick, Last Week Tonight and Elisabeth Moss’s The One I Love. He says, ”I know the [romantic comedy] stars my friend Elisabeth Moss but I just saw it and liked it a lot!” [No link.]
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• Time interviews Elisabeth Moss, who calls her Mad Men experience “nothing but great. It’s done nothing but open me up to new possibilities. People would kill to be on a show that good, and have a role like that.”
• Matthew Weiner talks to WNYC about choosing Mad Men‘s theme song because “I was looking for something kind of mod and old-fashioned, and I also loved that it had the sound that sounded like falling to me.”
• Kiernan Shipka has joined Fan Girl, a movie, also starring Meg Ryan, that will be directed by Paul Jarrett, according to Deadline.
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This week, Vincent Kartheiser and Elisabeth Moss talk about their characters’ endings to Vulture and Crave Online, respectively, while Matthew Weiner lauds Kiernan Shipka’s acting in the last seven episodes. Plus, Access Hollywood goes behind the scenes of Robert Morse’s farewell song and dance. Read on for more:
• Asked by Vulture about Pete’s ending, Vincent Kartheiser says, “I think people will know that no matter how the show ends…it’s just a passing moment. There is no ending.”
• Talking to Crave Online about Mad Men‘s imminent finish, Elisabeth Moss says, “I couldn’t imagine a better ending for Peggy’s story so I’m really happy with where it ended for her.”
• Elisabeth Moss tells Buzzfeed what she learned from playing Peggy, that “even though she gets knocked around a lot and criticized and made fun of and money thrown in her face and all kinds of indignities, she keeps going and she believes in herself…”
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Prepare for the final episodes of television’s most celebrated show with today’s release of MAD MEN: The Final Season, Part 1 on DVD, Blu-Ray, and Digital HD.
It’s 1969 and it’s the beginning of the end of Don Draper’s story, as the iconic ad man faces new challenges in changing times. Dig deeper into the timeline of the show with in-depth featurettes and interactive timelines, while learning about the stories behind the stories with exclusive commentaries from the show’s Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning creative team.
This week, The Hollywood Reporter names Matthew Weiner one of its power showrunners for the year, while Jon Hamm talks about his fellow St. Louis Cardinals fans with Sports Illustrated. Plus, Elisabeth Moss speaks with The Huffington Post about Peggy’s Burger Chef pitch. Read on for more:
• Matthew Weiner is one of The Hollywood Reporter‘s power showrunners because his “retro ad-world drama remains a source of awe among his peers and fans.”
• Jon Hamm extols the virtues of the St. Louis Cardinals and its fans to Sports Illustrated.
• Elisabeth Moss talks to HuffPost Entertainment about Peggy’s Burger Chef pitch and how, “in a way, there’s an argument for that being a great end for Peggy. I love the idea of making this beautiful, poetic, emotional speech about burgers. To me, that was advertising.”
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This week, USA Today has a series of Jon Hamm’s bloopers from Million Dollar Arm, while Elisabeth Moss is the cover girl for the fall issue of Marie Claire‘s Branché. Plus, Vincent Kartheiser’s play is in previews off-Broadway. Read on for more:
• USA Today spotlights a video of Jon Hamm in bloopers for Million Dollar Arm and remarks, “Hamm shows he can bring the laughs when the cameras are rolling (and when they shouldn’t be).” Also, Crave Online features a deleted scene from the movie with Hamm and Alan Arkin.
• Elisabeth Moss is on the cover of the fall issue of Marie Claire‘s Branché, which explores the New York vs. LA question and notes “you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone who knows it better than [Moss], who splits her time between the East Village and West Hollywood.”
• Broadway.com reports that Vincent Kartheiser started previews on Oct. 1 of Billy & Ray, an off-Broadway play directed by Garry Marshall that’s slated to open Oct. 20.
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