Our deepest condolences to Downton Abbey‘s Michelle Dockery, whose fiance has passed away.
Fame10 looks at Mad Men‘s stars’ “worth” — both financially and how they’re doing with getting work.
Mad Men exists in the alternate universe of The Leftovers…but with a difference. (Thanks to Basketcase Gregg.)
Jessica Paré talks her new movie (Brooklyn) and her new baby (Blues Anthony).
Indiewire lets Matthew Weiner interview the daylights out of filmmaker David O. Russell (video) (from Polly Draper).
Robert Morse’s 1960s comedy show gets a theatrical treatment.
Homeland showrunner Alex Gansa talks to EW about the topicality of this season’s ISIL-related plot.
The AV Club reviews Mad Men Unzipped.
Speaking of books, Slant discusses Mad Men, Breaking Bad, and the new edition of The Revolution Was Televised with Alan Sepinwall (thanks to Polly Draper).
Polly Draper found this list of “most momentous” Mad Men lines, which is more thoughtful and doesn’t just go for the usual suspects.
Polly also uncovered this detailed article on the wristwatches of Mad Men.
In best of the year news:
- Better Call Saul is a surprise winner among TV critics.
- Mad Men is on Sepinwall‘s annual best TV list.
- Three Mad Men actors (Teyonah Parris, Elisabeth Moss, and Rosemarie DeWitt) make the New Yorker’s list of best movie actors of the year (thanks again, Gregg).
- Polly’s awards post is being updated with all sorts of goodies.