Elisabeth Moss talks to Vulture about Peggy and Top of the Lake. What she can’t say is… interesting.
BuzzFeed lists “13 Moments When Betty Draper Francis Didn’t Give A F%$k.”
Ronald Guttman (Emile Calvet) discusses his unique audition process and what advice he’d give to his character.
Patrick Fischler talks Mad Men and Californication at Iconic Interview.
You’ve come a long way, baby? The most common job for American women in 2010 was “secretaries and administrative assistants.
Downton Abbey was second only to the Super Bowl last Sunday.
I did not know Downton Abbey was on Sesame Street.
A kosher version of the Abbey is coming to the small screen in the near future.
Due to the runaway success of Downton Abbey, PBS is experiencing an unprecedented surge in Web traffic and cultural buzz, making Masterpiece‘s new sponsors—Ralph Lauren and Viking River Cruises—among the happier advertisers on either side of the pond.
Amazon will have exclusive streaming rights for the Abbey by year’s end.
The Walking Dead‘s departing showrunner, Glen Mazzara, teases the season’s last eight episodes.
Steven Yeun (Glenn Rhee) talks to ChannelGuide about his character’s fate and the future of the prison crew now that The Governor has them in his sights.
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