Basket of News, Nov. 1-7, 2014

 Posted by on November 7, 2014 at 9:00 am  Media-Web-News
Nov 072014

Downton Abbey is returning for a sixth season.

Live With Kelly and Michael‘s Halloween episode featured a Mad Men-themed sketch.

Lauren Cohan and Steven Yeun also showed up on Live With Kelly and Michael‘s Halloween special to warn of the zombie apocalypse.

Jon Hamm displays his love of internet cats on @midnight.

Amy Poehler tells Seth Myers about the pregnancy advice she got from Mr. Hamm.

Rich Sommer talks to the Sydney Morning herald about Mad Men, fashion and cocktails.  Rich took some of Janie’s designs Down Under and showed ’em off on Twitter:

Jessica Paré speaks with The Irish Times about singing with The Jesus and Mary Chain, her new Irish movie Standby, and being constantly badgered for spoilers about Mad Men.

James Wolk talks to MLive about Mad Men, Robin Williams, and more.

Last Sunday’s episode of The Walking Dead was the second to beat Sunday Night Football in the key demo.

Emily Kinney talks to THR about Beth’s reappearance on The Walking Dead.  She also talked to Entertainment Weekly.

Greg Nicotero talks to ABC News about creating zombies.

David Morrissey has co-founded a production company.

Bob Odenkirk tells the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel that Better Call Saul is “very rich and unique, and nobody’s judgment after the first episode will mean anything.”

AMC Networks on Thursday reported mixed third-quarter financials.

Basket of News is compiled by Deborah and Karl — and Basketcases like you.


  3 Responses to “Basket of News, Nov. 1-7, 2014”

  1. Jay Ferguson is not only in a new movie, but looks like he may have a comedy for ABC in the works

  2. Bryan Cranston narrates the expletive-filled “You Have to (Expletive) Eat,” in full Walter White mode. (one of a series).

    YouTube has a short clip:
    with link to full video

    Emmy award-winning actor Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad, Malcolm in the Middle) follows in the exasperated footsteps of Samuel L. Jackson, giving voice to the long-suffering father whose indifferent child will just not eat in this hilarious follow-up to Adam Mansbach’s international best seller, Go the F*** to Sleep

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