January Jones went full-on Betty Draper on the Sept. 25 episode of ‘Last Man on Earth.’ With a shotgun in hand, January’s character Melissa threw it way back to a classic ‘Mad Men’ moment. Jon Hamm also guest-starred on the episode!
Eighth times a charm for Jon Hamm! The actor FINALLY took home an Emmy Award for his role on ‘Mad Men’ and was so excited that he climbed up and crawled on stage to accept, and he even made sure to mention his ex, Jennifer Westfeldt, in his acceptance speech.
Jon Hamm finally had his big Emmy Awards moment! The 44-year-old won the award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series, making it his first win at the show. And it was perfect timing, too, as this was Mad Men‘s last year of nomination eligibility since its series finale aired on May 17!
It has not yet even premiered and already ‘Astronaut Wives Club’ is being compared to ‘Mad Men’ due to the fact that both shows take place in the same period. However, the series creator is urging audiences not to be so quick with that judgement!
The much buzzed about new series, Astronaut Wives Club, will debut on ABC on June 18 and many are making comparisons to Mad Men. However, Stephanie Savage (whose work you know from Gossip Girl and The OC) wants audiences to know that even though her new series is set in the same 1960s time period as Mad Men, the similarities end there! Specifically, Stephanie says that her show is going to move way faster, so buckle up!
Paul Johansson is well-known as an on-screen villian — the extremely hated father, Dan Scott, in ‘One Tree Hill,’ and ‘Mad Men’ creep, Ferg Donnelly. However, he is now facing the wrath in real life, being accused of making sexist comments to a female journalist during an interview at BuzzFeed.
Susan Cheng, an editorial assistant at BuzzFeed, shared a full story about an experience she had while interviewing Paul Johansson, the 51-year-old actor who is known for being a great villain. She titled the story, What Hollywood’s Acceptance Of Sexism Looks Like In Practice, in which she claimed that he made many remarks that made her extremely uncomfortable. The actor’s lawyer also released a rebuttal statement.
The stars left their retro costumes behind and instead showed off fierce looks for the finale party — but who do you think really rocked the red carpet? VOTE!
It’s the end of an era! The Mad Men series finale wrapped on May 17 and the star-studded cast turned out to fete the end of the show with a screening in downtown Los Angeles at the Ace Hotel, where the stars gave the show a proper farewell — and although the series ended in 1970, the leading ladies of the hit AMC show showed off modern looks on the red carpet that were quite daring compared to how their character’s dress.
Wait — was that a smile from Don Draper during the last seconds of ‘Mad Men?’ It certainly was. Even if Don was thousands of miles away from his loved ones in ‘Person to Person’ struggling to find his happiness — it was in that ambiguous last minute of the show that I truly believed he found it. And hence, it saved the show.
Mad Men has always been a show about Don Draper (Jon Hamm). As we get to know him over the course of seven (too short) seasons, he’s more than just an ad man — he’s the American dream. As that slowly diminishes and he isolates himself from his loved ones and his creativity, the last minute of the series shows that we do get satisfaction and happy ending. Or at least hope of it.
Seven seasons. Ninety two episodes. On May 17, Don Draper’s story came to a close on the ‘Mad Men’ series finale. How did it all end? You definitely could not have predicted the show’s final moments.
Don Draper (Jon Hamm), Peggy Olson (Elisabeth Moss), Pete Campbell (Vincent Kartheiser) and more Mad Men characters have captivated us for seven seasons. Through betrayal, heartbreak and shocking deaths, this show has remained truly one of a kind. The series finale of this magnificent show aired May 17, and we finally learned everyone’s fate. Did Don find inner peace? Plus, who got a happy ending? Find out everyone’s destiny now!
It’s time to bid adieu to the end of an era. After seven wonderful seasons, ‘Mad Men’ is coming to a close. Before we say goodbye, HollywoodLife.com is remembering the 10 most magnificent scenes of the series.
It really is tough to say goodbye. Mad Men has captured the attentions of millions ever since the show premiered in 2007. The series finale airs on May 17, and it’s sure to go down in television history. From Don (Jon Hamm) and Peggy’s (Elisabeth Moss) dance to Betty’s (January Jones) letter to Sally (Kiernan Shipka), HollywoodLife.com has narrowed down the 10 best scenes of the series.
Don Draper has been the puzzle I’ve been trying to solve since day one. In the midseason premiere, Don is still on his downward spiral, and I think I’ve figured out how he can solve the mystery of himself and finally find the happiness he’s been so desperately trying to find.
The second half of Mad Men’s final season aired April 5, so we’ve only got seven more episodes (!) to find out the destiny of Don Draper (Jon Hamm). He’s the ultimate puzzle, and I truly believe the only way Don can find his way is by solving his biggest problem — himself. Will Don be able to change or will he continue that free fall the brilliant Matthew Weiner so conspicuously has put before us in his opening credits for the past seven seasons.
It’s the end of an era. The final 7 episodes of ‘Mad Men’ air April 5, and HollywoodLife.com got incredible scoop on Peggy, Don and more straight from executive producer Scott Hornbacher!
Sadly, Mad Men is coming to an end. The critically-acclaimed show’s final 7 episodes air April 5, and everyone is dying to find out the fate of our favorite characters. Will Peggy (Elisabeth Moss) get her happy ending? What is Don’s (Jon Hamm) destiny? HollywoodLife.com spoke EXCLUSIVELY to EP Scott Hornbacher, who teased what’s next for the Mad Men crew!
The stars of ‘Mad Men’ hit the red carpet on March 25 to celebrate the final 7 episodes of the series, and they were dressed to impressed! See their stunning red carpet arrivals right here.
So the saga that has been Mad Men is soon to be over, but not without a party! All of the show’s stars took to the red carpet at Los Angeles’s Dorothy Chandler Pavilion for the Black and Red Ball to go out with a stylish bang. Who rocked your favorite red carpet look? Click below to vote!
The party really is over. Well, almost, anyway. ‘Mad Men’ will return to AMC for its final seven episodes on Apr. 5 and, thankfully, a first teaser for the new season has just been released.
Finally– finally!– we have our first look at the final episodes of AMC’s Mad Men. Who will live? Who will die? Is Don (Jon Hamm) still guzzling scotch? Some of these questions are answered in this brief teaser, and we also have our first clue as to the year in which the series’ last episodes will take place. Check it out inside!
A beloved character passed away on the May 25 mid-season finale of ‘Mad Men’, and Don Draper mourned him in a special way.
The mid-season finale of Mad Men, “Waterloo”, ended with the tragic passing of a beloved character who has been with viewers since the beginning. However, Don’s (Jon Hamm) touching send-off to the dearly departed reminded fans of the series why they’ve been sticking with the show for 7 long seasons.
The Season 7 premiere of ‘Mad Men’ on April 13 brought us up to speed with mostly everyone in Don Draper’s world, but there were some glaring omissions. So before the second episode debuts tonight, April 20, at 10 p.m. ET, find out where we left off with Don’s family, and a few other ad men.
Some of the most emotionally charged moments in the last season of Mad Men involved Don Draper (Jon Hamm) and his family — the one-night reunion with Betty (January Jones), and to an even larger extent, the arc in which Sally (Kiernan Shipka) learned about how downright despicable her father is, and then really learned where he came from. But Don’s ex-wife and kids were missing in the Season 7 premiere, along with a few of Don’s (former) co-workers. So before these characters can show up and surprise/confuse you, we broke down where the show left them.
No, not like that, but after ‘Mad Men’ spent most of its April 13 premiere showing its two main characters — Don Draper and Peggy Olsen — wallowing in their own pools of disappointment, it’s clear that the two need to reunite to regain that entrancing mojo.
The Season 7 premiere of Mad Men — the last one the show will ever have — was all about the many concrete changes the show’s characters are dealing with, but it was also about those characters looking at their lives and having a distinct feeling of longing and disappointment. No two characters seemed more let down than Don Draper (Jon Hamm) and Peggy Olsen (Elisabeth Moss), as one found himself stuck between two coasts, while the other realized that all her professional ladder-climbing has left her still feeling empty. But listen you two, I’ve got a plan to turn those frowns upside-down.