The HBO miniseries “Behind the Candelabra” about the romance between Liberace and Scott Thorson won eight awards including two for make-up as well as wins for hairstyling, costumes, casting and single-camera picture editing.
An ad agency partner’s crimes caught up with him Sunday night on “Mad Men” — and he paid the ultimate price. Read our recap …
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 . . .
Prepare for this weekend’s long-awaited, two-hour season premiere of “Mad Men” with our review of what the characters were up to when we last laid eyes on them 18 months ago.
The TV show “Mad Men” has inspired interest in American life during the 1960s… and Daniel Radcliffe is headlining a Broadway revival of the show that might be called the musical “Mad Men.” Here’s the screen version of that musical that was made when it actually takes place. “How to Succeed in Business without Really […]
“What you call love was invented by guys like me to sell nylons.” – Don Draper With that devastatingly simple one-liner, delivered by Jon Hamm in the role of Sterling Cooper’s golden boy ad executive Don Draper, AMC’s lush, stylized drama Mad Men revealed it’s true colors, and even truer message, and viewers realized they […]