Mad Men, Breaking Bad and Homeland are among the basket of shows represented in the DGA Awards nominations. Indeed, the Homeland episode was directed by Mad Men alumna Lesli Linke Glatter (who directed “Guy Walks Into an Advertising Agency” among others).
Those same three shows also received nominations for awards from the Cinema Audio Society.
The Downton Abbey Season 3 premiere drew at least 7.9 million viewers, more than most of the broadcast networks, save CBS.
Julian Fellowes talks to the Boston Globe about the Abbey phenomenon.
Paste Magazine provides Downton Abbey Bingo cards.
A new Tumblr inexplicably provides Edith With Googly Eyes.
The Abbey is now influencing Saville Row.
The Walking Dead has a Season 3.5 promo poster.
The Walking Dead will serve the opening-night panel March 1 at Paley Fest.
Elisabeth Moss talked to the Television Critics Association about Jane Campion’s Top of the Lake miniseries.
Fred Armisen told Howard Stern that he was a “terrible” husband to Elisabeth Moss.
January Jones looks to have gone brunette in these photos with Xander.
Christina Hendricks is back on the radar due to outtakes from her Vivienne Westwood photoshoot.
This ultimately turned out alright, (I think):
PHONE DYING STILL NO TOW TRUCK TELL MY FAMILY I LOVED THEM AND THAT I HID THE MONEY UNDER “THE TREE” THEY’LL KNOW WHERE I MEAN
— Rich Sommer (@richsommer) January 10, 2013
AMC announces that Showville will be staging talent competitions eight towns across America.
Basket of News is compiled by Deborah and Karl — and Basketcases contributing in the sidebar.