Over the course of its seven seasons, '30 Rock' made no secret of its unabashed love for all things 'Mad Men,' including both stars Jon Hamm and John Slattery on the series and rattling off a number of random references in between, but did 'Mad Men' return the favor in this past Sunday's "To Have and To Hold"? It seems a certain 'Mad' man's drink order paid homage to a fictional drink from '30 Rock,' so find out about the subtle gag inside!
A few weeks ago, we heard that 'The Walking Dead' season 4 had begun casting for a new series regular, that of former Army medic "Roy Stark." The seemingly-original character description launched a tidal wave of speculation as to whether or not the character represented someone specific from the books, but new reports suggesting 'The Wire' star Lawrence Gillard Jr. for the role may turn that around. Find out the true identity of Roy Stark for 'The Walking Dead' season 4 inside!
‘Mad Men’ season 6 pitches its fourth episode of the season “To Have and To Hold,” as Harry and Joan come to argue about her dismissal of a secretary, while Don covertly works on a Heinz ketchup campaign, and Megan finds herself in the position of having to shoot a love scene with another man.
Last week’s ‘Mad Men’ episode “The Collaborators” saw Don continuing his relationship with Sylvia (Linda Cardellini) while dealing with an unruly client request, Pete taking on another affair that quickly blows up in his face, and Peggy worrying that her staff doesn’t take her seriously, so what will the newest episode bring?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Mad Men’ season 6 episode 4, “To Have and To Hold.”
Even with the flurry of activity at AMC over the past few days, we haven't forgotten about the upcoming June 2 premiere of 'The Killing' season 3, rescued from cancellation by a joint deal between AMC and Netflix. The all-new season will see Holder and Linden reunited for a new case with ties to Linden's past, but would you like to see a first look at the new episodes? See 'The Killing's' detectives back in action for season 3 inside!
Just yesterday we heard the news that not only will 'Breaking Bad' premiere its final eight episodes on August 11, but that fans will have a chance to discuss the episode in a weekly 'Talking Dead'-style talk show called 'Talking Bad'! It might seem like we're a ways off from premiere episode "The Decision,"* but how would you like to check out the first photo from the final episodes right now?
In addition to its announcement of the August 11 premiere of 'Breaking Bad's final episodes, and the development of a companion talk show 'Talking Bad,' AMC's Upfront presentation today offered up a wealth of exciting new series in development. Most promising is a futuristic sci-fi thriller from 'Pacific Rim' writer Travis Beacham and 'Oblivion' director Joseph Kosinski titled 'Ballistic City,' said to be something of a blend between 'Blade Runner,' 'Chinatown' and 'Battlestar Galactica.' Get the scoop on AMC's latest projects inside!
It's going to be one of those days, folks. New details are pouring out of AMC's Upfront presentations today, foremost of which is that 'Breaking Bad' has finally set a premiere date for the remaining eight episodes, to begin airing on Sunday, August 11. Also confirmed is the presence of a 'Talking Dead'-style talk show to be called 'Talking Bad,' though no host has been announced. Get the latest 'Breaking Bad' scoop inside!
With only eight episodes remaining in the entirety of AMC's 'Breaking Bad,' cast and crew are likely to keep details of the final stretch tightly under wraps even as the acclaimed drama heads toward a July premiere. Before the series finale, however, beloved late-night host Conan O'Brien had a chance to interview near of the entire cast at a recent Hollywood event for over an hour, so check out the in-depth and hilarious panel inside!
Just a few short months ago, 'Hell on Wheels' fans were dismayed to learn that the period drama's season 3 renewal was placed on hold after showrunner Josh Shiban and co-creators/executive producers Joe and Tony Gayton were announced to depart the series. Now under new show-runner John Wirth, the third season of AMC's transcontinental railroad drama has been given a premiere of August 3, curiously leading a new block of programming on Saturday nights.
‘Mad Men’ season 6 pitches its second episode of the season “The Collaborators,” as Don continues his relationship with Sylvia (Linda Cardellini) while dealing with an unruly client request, Pete takes on another affair that quickly blows up in his face, and Peggy worries that her staff doesn't take her seriously.
Last week’s ‘Mad Men’ premiere “The Doorway” saw Don having a unique experience in Hawaii on business, Roger dealing with a death in the family, Betty searching for a lost family friend, and Peggy finding an ad campaign at her new job in jeopardy, so what will the newest episode bring?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Mad Men’ season 6 episode 3, “The Collaborators!”