Gothamist unpacked the cultural references in The Forecast.
The Lipp Sisters interviewed Jennifer Getzinger about directing “The Forecast” and “My Old Kentucky Home.” Ms. Getzinger also spoke to THR about the Don-Sally relationship and to Variety about where “The Forecast” leaves Don.
Clickhole (The Onion’s version of a viral site) has An Oral History of Mad Men like you’ve never heard it.
Matthew Weiner talked to Variety about how one of their critics slammed his first film, and whether it affected him. (via Polly Draper) Matt also talks to a festival crowd about Don’s weakness, and to Cosmo about Glen’s sideburns. Also FastCo excerpts Matt’s contribution to a book on mentors.
Jessica Pare talks to News 1130 about how Quebecois the Calvets were. (Thx, Jodey.)
Don Draper’s Sex Scenes (through April 3rd) in 75 seconds. (via Polly Draper)
Mad Men co-producer (and ad consultant) Josh Weltman talks to Vulture about the show’s memorable ads. (via Polly Draper)
The New Yorker has been recapping Mad Men in comic strips. (via Polly Draper)
The Walking Dead cast and crew tease Season 6.
Andrew Lincoln jokes at a panel discussion for The Walking Dead that “if they kill me off I’m gonna burn my trailer down.”
Tovah Feldshuh tells YahooTV she’s glad to have survived The Walking Dead so far.
Danai Gurira talks about the complexity of Michonne at the London Evening Standard.
Better Call Saul/Breaking Bad honcho Vince Gilligan will play the Commissioner in a Batman parody sketch on IFC’s Comedy Bang! Bang!
Better Call Saul showrunner Peter Gould talks to The Independent about the creative concerns of a prequel, season 2 and the mind-numbing realities of the small courts.
Design & Trend argues that Better Call Saul‘s main characters are more interesting than the leading characters in Breaking Bad.
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