New on DVD, Blu-ray and streaming this week, 'Moonrise Kingdom' enchants, while 'That's My Boy' doesn't.
As fans of 'Mad Men' well know, series creator Matthew Weiner has very little hesitation when it comes to keeping characters off the series when the story takes them away from Sterling-Cooper-Draper-Pryce. So while we're still waiting desperately to see the fate of Sal Romano, and hoping that Peggy still gets plenty of screentime next year, what recent addition to the cast may or may not be long for this world next season?
If there's one person who could probably go toe-to-toe with 'Arrested Development's Lucille Bluth over a fifth of vodka, it's 'Mad Men's Roger Sterling. And while all these seemingly crazy 'Arrested Development' season 4 castings endlessly perplex loyal fans, can you really ask for anything better than 'Mad Men' star John Slattery classing up the model home for the 2013 revival?
The structure of 'Mad Men' seems ever-changing, but with an end to the series on the horizon through a sixth, seventh season of the period advertising drama, it's time to start buckling a few things down. We'd already heard that Jon Hamm closed a lucrative deal to keep Don Draper drinking through the next few seasons, but what of his co-stars? Will Peggy, and most importantly of all, Fat Betty return?
Viewers were certainly in for quite a shock this season of 'Mad Men,' with all the surprising twists and unexpected departures, but one question certainly lingered by the end of the year. With Peggy Olson finally taking the plunge and departing Sterling Cooper Draper
Pryce for greener pastures, will Elisabeth Moss be back for the inevitable season 6? What series creator Matthew Weiner has to say may surprise you.
If you caught 'Mad Men's most recent season, you'd know that while the shows season 5 finale "The Phantom" didn't serve up any major twists or turns, the episode prior "Commissions and Fees" took a hefty toll on viewers and the cast at large. "Mad Men' has always been a show rife with symbolism, but just how early was the big death of 'Commissions and Fees' foreshadowed?
‘Mad Men’ Season 5 shocks us with its its thirteenth and final episode of the year, as Don comes to terms with what happened to Lane with a visit from the past, while Peggy adjusts to her new job, Megan seeks a new role and Pete confronts his relationship with Beth in "The Phantom."
Last week’s ‘Mad Men’ episode “Commissions and Fees” saw Lane Pryce hanging from the rafters after his decision to forge a check came back to haunt him, while Sally engaged in some rather adult behavior with Glen and Don tried to get back in the game, so what will the latest episode bring? Could they possibly top Fat Betty, Hare Krishna Kinsey, or Lane's unceremonious exit?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Mad Men’ season finale episode “The Phantom!”
Though the 'Mad Men' episode "Dark Shadows" aired a number of weeks ago, and certainly isn't the most recent shocker to come from the series of late, many people are still talking about Alexis Bledel's risque turn as adulterous housewife Beth. Not so much that everyone's favorite 'Gilmore Girl' has popped up on 'Mad Men,' of course, but rather now much she almost popped out! Who's still talking about it, you ask? How about 'Gilmore Girls' series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino?
'Mad Men' fans were shocked this past Sunday during "Commissions and Fees" when a fan-favorite character made a decidedly permanent exit from the series, but equally surprised the week prior when yet another major character made what seemed to be a very surprising business decision. Now, one is saying the other's exit was more permanent than we realize, so where should we separate truth from fiction?