The final trailer.
Janet Leahy, Lisa Albert, Erin Levy, Carly Wray, and Semi Chellas talk to Fortune about Mad Men, sexism in Hollywood and what it’s really like in the writers room.
Tonight, SundanceTVs’ Behind The Story with the Paley Center features the cast of Mad Men.
January Jones talks to USA Today about going from the end of Mad Men to the end of the world. Unsurprisingly, after taking “The Milk and Honey Route,” Indiewire, BuzzFeed and Bustle are all about the Betty.
Alison Brie phoned Vulture to talk about Trudy’s latest turn, Community’s newfound edge, and tease Sleeping With Other People.
Vincent Kartheiser talks to Spinoff Online about his first day on Mad Men, Pete’s fate, and his hairline. Also, as noted by Basketcase Pamela D, Vincent turned up in a very special Inside Amy Schumer.
Elisabeth Moss talks to Vulture about Peggy’s arrival at McCann-Erickson.
Christopher Stanley talks to Under The Radar about Henry Francis, Betty, and the end of the era.
Jessica Paré talks to Maclean’s about the process of working on the show.
Carter Jenkins talks to WhoSay about becoming an aspiring grifter on “The Milk and Honey Route.”
Paul Johansson does a wide-ranging interview with Uproxx about Ferg Donnelly, the Mad Men casting process, Matt Weiner’s obsession with secrecy, his days as a Canadian basketball star, modern technology, and hyper-Americanism, among other things.
Production began on Fear the Walking Dead.
We now know what happened to Huell after the Breaking Bad finale.
Vince Gilligan won $14,900 on Celebrity Jeopardy! for Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Richmond.
Peter Gould was the in-depth guest on Kevin Pollak’s Chat Show, talking Better Call Saul and Breaking Bad.
Michael McKean talks to the L.A. Times about betrayal and brotherly love on Better Call Saul.
Arthur Albert, the cinematographer for Better Call Saul and The Last Man on Earth, talks to Deadline about the BCS‘s dark look.
Mad Men, Better Call Saul, Downton Abbey, and The Walking Dead all figure in Vulture’s list of the year’s memorable TV moments.
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