Jon Hamm's Don Draper has never been an easy man to like, much less love — and Mad Men's previous season saw him burning nearly every bridge in his life, with his partners, his wife, even his daughter. But with just 14 episodes left to find Don's (un)happy ending, notoriously evasive creator/showrunner Matthew Weiner sat down with us in his spacious, well-appointed Los Angeles office to discuss the future of Sterling Cooper & Partners, the pressure of writing the finale — and the possibility of a spinoff.
Lena Headey, Jon Hamm, Lana Parrilla
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HBO has already foreshadowed the royal wedding between King Joffrey and Margaery Tyrell this season, but fear not: These nuptials will be far more civilized than last year's traumatic Red Wedding. Still, there will be barbs thrown thanks to those quarrelsome Lannisters. In particular, Cersei doesn't respect the arranged marriage — or her new queen — and will make quick work of publicly undermining her authority.
I need some Mad Men scoop! Will Don be back in the office? — Dino
The latest batch of Mad Men cast photos may not give us any more details about the upcoming season, but they sure are fun!
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The new photos feature a pensive Don (Jon Hamm), a super-sassy Sally (Kiernan Shipka) and a typical Roger Sterling (John Slattery), who would rather be drinking than working.
Plus: To whom is Pete Campbell (Vincent Kartheiser) giving the side-eye?
Jon Hamm and Jessica Pare
Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner is famously tight-lipped when it comes to spilling the beans about his Emmy-winning AMC drama. And as he heads into the show's final season, he's making no exceptions: If you want to know this season's timeframe and what his characters are up to, you'll have to watch.
Jimmy Fallon, Jon Hamm in background
Visitors to New York City's Top of the Rock — the roof deck of 30 Rockefeller Center, which offers stunning views of the Manhattan skyline — were in for a treat recently, when Jimmy Fallon and Mad Men star Jon Hamm teamed up to photobomb the unsuspecting sightseers as part of a Tonight Show prank.
There's apparently no love lost between former spouses Elisabeth Moss and Fred Armisen.
In a new interview with New York Magazine, Moss calls her eight-month marriage to the former Saturday Night Live cast member "traumatic."
Girls star Lena Dunham made her Saturday Night Live hosting debut Saturday, but she wasn't the only celebrity guest to stop by. Liam Neeson, Jon Hamm and former cast member Fred Armisen also made cameos in what was overall a mediocre episode.
Louis C.K. to host SNL
Dunham predictably addressed the rampant nudity and graphic sex in Girls, both in her so-so monologue and in a hilarious parody of the Garden of Eden story. Did anyone honestly think Dunham could get through the entire episode without showing some skin? This hilarious trailer for "Girl," a new movie about Adam and Eve, features great impersonations of Dunham's co-stars Adam Driver and Zosia Mamet by Taran Killam and Vanessa Bayer. Take a look:
AMC has released the first teaser for Season 7 of Mad Men. What does it tell us about the upcoming final season?
The answer: Not much. As usual.
Mayim Bialik, Jon Hamm
Wednesday's Screen Actors Guild nominations were out with the old, but not totally in with the new. Former awards darling Mad Men was nowhere to be found, while fresh faces came in the form of usual suspects at other awards shows. Check out our surprises and snubs below, and then tell us yours.
In honor of the Great American Smokeout, Ellen DeGeneres thought it would be fun to see what Mad Men would look like without all the cigarettes. But the comedian didn't stop there.