By now we've all heard the 'Mad Men' conspiracy theorists warn that Megan Draper could soon face a grisly fate, based on her similar attire to slain model Sharon Tate, but what do the first photos from this Sunday's 'Mad Men' installment "A Tale of Two Cities" reveal? Could murder most foul truly lie ahead for Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce Chaough...or whatever we're call it these days?
Yesterday the internet and 'Mad Men' fanbase alike exploded over a Reddit theory pointing out the wardrobe and character similarities between 'Mad Men' character Megan Draper, and real-life slain model/actress Sharon Tate, seemingly implying a grisly end for Don Draper's latest wife in the episodes to come. Now, 'Mad Men' costume designer Janie Bryant has offered a bit of clarification on the wardrobe choice, but is the fan theory debunked for good?
For as long as 'Mad Men' has been on the air, AMC has kept spoilers from the acclaimed period drama under a tight lid, while series creator Matthew Weiner frequently subverts expectation with his writing. Even so, a new fan theory has begun making the rounds that the infamous cult of death surrounding 'Mad Men' will soon claim the life of a major character this season via murder most foul, and the evidence is pretty compelling!
In a move no doubt to be parodied by the exact manner in which the character first appeared, and rose to a lead position within the span of a few episodes, it seems 'Mad Men' star Jessica Paré is once again on a swift ride to the top. After becoming a series regular this season, Paré is already submitting herself for the Lead Actress Emmy, but what does it mean for the show's other women?
Hey, you know that French song Jessica Paré sang in 'Mad Men's season five premiere "A Little Kiss," the instantly catchy little ditty that's been playing on a constant loop around your cerebellum ever since everyone with a computer and the ability to breathe started posting it on social media? Good news!