Matthew Weiner is accustomed to anxiously guarding the secrecy of “Mad Men.” Talking candidly about his feature film directing debut, “You Are Here,” goes against his practiced paranoia.
No one is more surprised than Kevin Rahm that his “Mad Men” character Ted Chaough has become a major player in the AMC drama’s sixth season.
OMG! Don Draper (Jon Hamm) literally got caught with his pants down — and not by his wife Megan (Jessica Paré), who might expect it, but by his daughter Sally (Kiernan Shipka), who never would have dreamed of it in a million years.
“Mad Men” creator Matthew Weiner has a message for critics of season six of the AMC hit: “Fans don’t run the show.”
In the first episode of the first season of “Mad Men,” Don Draper’s next-in-line affair, Rachel Menken, hears his brutal philosophy: Love is nothing more than an ad man’s myth, and everyone is born alone and dies alone.
Emmy-winning drama “Mad Men” drew a record 2.7 million viewers for its low-key Season 5 finale, bringing to an end its most watched and most controversial season yet.
An ad agency partner’s crimes caught up with him Sunday night on “Mad Men” — and he paid the ultimate price. Read our recap …
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.
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” creator Matthew Weiner isn’t falling for the criticism surrounding the latest ad campaign for his series.