Matt Weiner, Janie Bryant and Amy Wells snag No. 43 on Vanity Fair’s annual list of the 100 most inflential people of the Information Age. Mr. Weiner also got in trouble for speculating about an end date for the show.
The AV Club has an outstanding discussion of spoilers, using Mad Men and the NY Times fiasco as its central example.
An interesting advertising then (Mad Men) & now (real life) article in the Vancouver Sun.
Christina Applegate plans to spend her pregnancy catching up on Mad Men.
Reflecting on television shows that shape fashion.
Mad Men is all over TWOP’s Tubey Awards.
Mad Men’s dumbest decisions.
Technician notes that Mad Men is leading the advance of independent network TV — And Randee Heller shows up there, too.
Great Dad contemplates Don Draper as a father.
True Blood cast dumps HBO party for Mad Men Bash (the headline says it all)!
Jon Hamm is returning to 30 Rock!
Christina Hendricks still struggles to find designer dresses to wear.
Bryan Batt coming back? [It’s a rumor, not a spoiler. -K]
John Slattery is this week’s AMC Q&A subject.
Entertainment Tonight features the real and fictional fashion of Mad Men’s finest. It’s an indicator of the gradual mainstreaming of the show.
According to Variety, Mad Men is helping Lionsgate from falling into the hands of Carl Icahn.
Nerve has a video tracing the evolution of Peggy Olsen.
Rich Sommer hints that the current fourth season is about “consequences.”
Petyon List is still a Baltimore girl at heart.
Froma Harrop suggests the cultural codes of the Sixties makes the falls from grace in Mad Men more compelling.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer asked local Mad Men (and a Mad Woman) from the era about the show.
Fast Company looks at how the Mad Men cast and crew have moved ito real advertising and merchandising.
The Carousel pitch leads a NY Times piece about content producers like Lionsgate making money on YouTube.
Flavorwire features Mad Men characters… and their 90210 counterparts.