Jon Hamm interviews Elisabeth Moss for Gotham, where they talk about future projects (via Polly Draper):
JH: I have a really good project I’ve been developing. It’s about a secretary in the 1960s and how she grows and does this whole evolution. I think it would be fun for you to look at.
EM: I can’t do it. I just can’t do it.
Elsewhere, Elisabeth tells Us Weekly 25 things you don’t know about her, talks to to the New York Daily News about the co-star’s reaction to the end of Mad Men that affected her the most, and to Metro about what it was like letting go of Peggy. Ms. M is also appearing in a GAP ad.
Matthew Weiner is also doing more press for Are You Here, and talking about the end of Mad Men. He talks to Esquire about what he took from the set and which cast member got him most emotional. He told HuffPost Live he had “strong feelings” about the way viewers perceive about the characters on MM. (There’s multiple clips at that link, btw.) Most of Matt’s chat with the L.A. Times is about his movie. He has two segments on Late Night with Seth Meyers. He even did a Nerdist podcast and a Reddit AMA (Rich Sommer has a cameo, and the fate of Chauncey is discussed).
Masters of Sex was renewed for a third season.
The Creative Arts Emmys were handed out last Saturday night; Basketcases will note Alison Janney won for Masters of Sex, while Downton Abbey won for hairstyles, and Breaking Bad won for editing.
Christina Hendricks talks Emmys with GoldDerby.
The Hollywood Reporter looks at all the Mad Men Emmys submissions.
Agents of SHIELD is bringing in Adrianne Palicki to guest-star as Marvel superspy Bobbi Morse.
Janie Bryant tells Style how she’s spending her Summer Fridays.
Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul reunited on a new show together, Barely Legal Pawn. Julia-Louis Dreyfus guest stars.
Bryan Cranston realized his personal dream of meeting Vin Scully.
Aaron Paul talked to The Guardian about Jesse Pinkman, fame, etc.
Walter and Skyler were two of the most popular names for babies in England and Wales last year.
Hell On Wheels costume designer Carol Case talks to THR about getting the clothes properly dirty for the show.
MacKenzie Porter talks to the HuffPost about becoming the second actress to play Cullen’s wife, Naomi on Hell On Wheels.
In Chicago’s Splash, Sarah Wayne Callies talks about the aftermath of shooting her last The Walking Dead scene.
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