Mad Men seems to be resonating with ambitious young Chinese professionals in a country undergoing major societal changes.
MM Season 5 is reviewed by playwright and screenwriter David Hare.
AMC renews Hell On Wheels for Season 3.
Christina Hendricks, January Jones and Elisabeth Moss knocked ‘em dead on the red carpet for a Peace Over Violence event.
Jon Hamm and Daniel Radcliffe share a bath.
The Atlantic opines that The Walking Dead now has the villain it deserves.
David Morrissey tells Access Hollywood his portrayal of TWD’s Governor was informed by history. During a press conference Monday, Morrissey talked a bit about his character and how he doesn’t see him as a cult leader, rather as a good leader “whether we like it or not.”
Speaking of villains, Downton Abbey‘s Rob James-Collier recounts meeting Shirley MacLaine and more. [Update: Apparently Season 3 spoiler warning! Dunno how strict the pollicy is outside Mad Men, but consider yourself warned. -K]
Phil Abraham talks about what Don Draper would think of the “shoppable” online film he directed for Target.
Abigail Spencer returns for Season 2 of USA’s Suits.
The Daily Nexus reports on the biology of the zombie brain to determine if zombification of a human is truly possible.
Skyfall gets two thumbs up from… the Vatican.
Basket of News is compiled by Deborah and Karl — and Basketcases contributing in the sidebar.