It's been a good long while since we've heard anything from the front of AMC's forthcoming 'Breaking Bad' prequel-sequel (maybe) series 'Better Call Saul,' apart from its November premiere or returning stars Bob Odenkirk and Jonathan Banks. Now, the spinoff series has officially cast its first new character, adding Christopher Guest alum Michael McKean into the mix.
‘Mad Men’ season 7 pitches its third episode of the final season, “Field Trip,” as Don is finally allowed to return to work, however awkwardly, while Betty takes Bobby on a similarly uncomfortable field trip.
Last week’s episode, “A Day's Work,” saw Don forced to explain to Sally the reality of his work situation, while Pete found himself overlooked in Los Angeles, and Joan's frustrations led to a new opportunity. So what does the third episode of the final season bring?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Mad Men’ season 7, episode 3, “Field Trip”!
'The Walking Dead' ended season 4 on more of an immediate cliffhanger than any past season, so much so that we're left to wonder more about how season 5 will open than what major comic stories it might tackle. Still, as production on the new season looms, showrunner Scott Gimple promises the most action-heavy season yet, and a possible return for fan-favorite character Morgan (Lennie James).
‘Mad Men’ season 7 pitches its 2nd episode of the final season, “A Day's Work,” as Don is forced to explain to Sally the reality of his work situation, while Pete finds himself overlooked in Los Angeles, and Joan's frustrations lead to a new opportunity.
Last week’s ‘Mad Men’ premiere, “Time Zones,” saw Don finding a new creative outlet amid trips to New York and California, while Peggy struggled with her new boss, and Joan attempted to salvage a departing account. So what does the second episode of the final season bring?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Mad Men’ season 7, episode 2, “A Day's Work”!
‘Mad Men’ season 7 pitches its 1st and premiere episode of the final season, “Time Zones,” as Don finds a new creative outlet amid trips to New York and California, while Peggy struggles with her new boss, and Joan attempts to salvage a departing account.
Last season’s ‘Mad Men’ finale, “In Care Of,” saw Don debating a move to California when the opportunity presented, while Ted and Peggy finally confronted their relationship, and Pete received shocking news about his mother. So what does the first episode of the final season bring?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about the ‘Mad Men’ season 7 premiere, “Time Zones”!
The fourth season finale of AMC's 'The Walking Dead' left our heroic survivors in something of a pretty pickle, more literally than you might think, but the fifth season might bring about the biggest bad of all. Find out what series creator Robert Kirkman had to say about the fifth season potentially introducing a famous comic villain even worse than the Governor!
Our long national nightmare comes to a close as AMC's 'Mad Men' returns this Sunday for its seventh and final season premiere, "Time Zones," but what if you're too busy drinking, smoking and pitching to catch up with six seasons of '60s 'Mad'-ness? Let us give you the meeting minutes and tell you all about AMC's 'Mad Men' in just 60 seconds!
Colorful and vibrant though the full set of 'Mad Men' season 7 promotional photos proved, the AMC drama maintains its reputation for keeping spoilers airtight as we approach the final premiere "Time Zones" this coming Sunday. Now however, the first photos in context from the premiere have emerged, along with a synopsis for the hour, teasing new friends and business for Sterling-Cooper ahead.
We're still on the fence about AMC's decision to spin 'Breaking Bad' off into a prequel-sequel of sorts with Bob Odenkirk's 'Better Call Saul,' and while we know at least one familiar face will be around, we've been wondering who else might pop up. Now, we've learned of several new characters 'Better Call Saul' will introduce as part of its regular cast, but can the show succeed without its most popular franchise stars?