Betty Draper returned with a vengeance (literally) as mind games were played, and secrets kept and revealed, on a “Mad Men” episode that was heavy with intrigue.
Alexis Bledel of “Gilmore Girls” turned up on “Mad Men” as a lonely suburban housewife. Here’s what happened …
The loosening mores of the 1960s were in full flower Sunday night on “Mad Men,” as one couple moved in together without the benefit of marriage, and a young girl saw two grownups having an intimate encounter in a semi-public place.
From acid trips to smoking dope in a movie theater, the decade of the ’60s really seemed to make its presence known in Sunday’s episode of “Mad Men.”
Two ad agency colleagues faced off in a boardroom boxing match on “Mad Men” Sunday. Our recap . . .
The big ’60s topics of race relations and the Vietnam War combined with the decade’s most horrifying mass murder to create dramas that were both internal and external on “Mad Men” on Sunday.
Generation gaps, the hiring of a new brash copywriter, a reference to “Bewitched” and an overweight Betty Draper were among the topics and storylines in Week Two of “Mad Men.”
Meet Jessica Paré, the overnight sensation who stole the show as Don Draper’s new wife on “Mad Men” Sunday night.
The wait is over and the verdict is in: The long, 17-month absence from the airwaves did not hurt the Emmy-winning drama “Mad Men.” Sunday night’s Season 5 premiere drew 3.5 million viewers, making it the highest-rated episode ever for the AMC series.
“Mad Men’s” creator Matt Weiner is notoriously anti-spoiler. The season was shrouded in such secrecy that it set up the expectation that something insane would happen, like the show jumping forward 1000 years with all of the characters appearing as heads in jars a la “Futurama.” The two hour premiere was a reminder that this […]