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"It's About Class": Matthew Weiner and 'Mad Men's' Cast on the Show's Final Episodes

“It’s about the malleability of American culture,” said Mad Men creator, writer, and showrunner Matthew Weiner on Saturday night. Weiner was at a sold-out Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center to toast “ 942 more words


"People Want to Be Whisked Away": 'Mad Men' Exhibit Illuminates the Ideas Behind the Iconic Show

Early on in the Museum of the Moving Image‘s Matthew Weiner’s Mad Men exhibit, there’s a framed display of three pieces of notebook paper. It’s from 1993, dated “1 a.m.” in the corner, and it’s a bunch of chicken scratch from Weiner’s journal that, taken together, forms the very beginning of… 854 more words


The End is in The Beginning

It’s been said by many famous writers that the end is in the beginning. Generally, I would have to agree: it is a great construct for artful plot, foreshadow and thematic consistency in many works of fiction (literature, TV, film). 478 more words

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Directing Mad Men: Alan Taylor

(If this article seems out of context, check out its introduction to get grounded in what’s going on. Note: article below may contain spoilers about… 1,055 more words

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Mad Men Series Finale and Future for Cast Members

AMC has announced that season 7 (Part 2) of Mad Men will air on Sunday, April 5 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

The first half of the season aired on AMC in 2014 and the rest of the season will play out later this year and end with the series finale in May/June. 648 more words


Endings are hard for Mad Men, onscreen and off (with video)

PASADENA, Calif. — The long goodbye is almost over, and for Jon Hamm, Elisabeth Moss and the other familiar faces of Mad Men, the moment is suddenly very real. 753 more words


'Mad Men': Strong Emotions, Big Laughs During Final TCA Session

The “Mad Men” troupe didn’t shade their emotions about the ending of the show during the final love-fest Q&A session on Saturday at the Television Critics Assn. 878 more words