Friends of the Basket Tom and Lorenzo are profiled by the New York Times.
Where Mad Men can set an Emmys record for Best Drama Series may be the best drama at the Emmys.
Christina Hendricks and Matthew Weiner will present at the 2012 Creative Arts Emmys on Sept. 15.
Exit interviews: Vince Gilligan talks to the New York Times about Sunday’s episode of Breaking Bad, the season so far, and what’s to come in the show’s final installments. And yesterday, VG talked BB everywhere — Salon, Slate, and Rolling Stone, among others.
Vincent Kartheiser talks to Stark Insider about social media, Pete Campbell and Thai food. He talks to Playbill about his own youthful cynicism, the unhappy ambition of Pete Campbell, and tackling his first stage role in seven years. And VK also chats with HuffPo about Death of the Novel.
Ben Feldman talks to the Ithaca Times about his alma mater, his path into professional acting and what it’s like to work on the set of Mad Men.
Kiernan Shipka revealed an edgier side last night as she attended day one of New York Fashion Week wearing a sharp military-inspired outfit.
Elisabeth Moss and Alison Brie rocked the red carpet at the 2012 GQ Men of the Year Awards.
John Slattery will be one of the covers for British GQ’s Men of the Year issue.
At Dividable Watts, is essaying Mad Men as Prophecy & Postmortem.
AMC dropped key art for Season 3 of The Walking Dead; Hollywood.com wonders if there’s a pattern developing.
Janie Bryant talks about her favorite piece of S5 fashion.
Julia Ormond will star in Lifetime’s upcoming drama, Witches of East End.
Basket of News is compiled by Deborah and Karl — and Basketcases contributing in the sidebar.