Sunday is the “mid-season premiere” for The Walking Dead. You can download an app that lets you watch the first four minutes here. The app will also give you access to the first half of the season (full episodes).
If you don’t want to watch the full four minutes, here’s a new trailer.
In other Walking Dead news, Frank Darabont has been allowed to proceed with his lawsuit, and a judge “expressed annoyance” with AMC.
Governor Cuomo wants to rebuild Penn Station. Paul Kinsey would agree with him. (Thanks, Karl.)
Speaking of Paul Kinsey, AMC’s new series Feed the Beast, starring David Schwimmer and Jim Sturgess, will feature Mad Men‘s own Michael Gladis. The drama is about two friends who open a restaurant. (Thanks, Peterglad.)
Ben Feldman has a new sitcom on NBC, Superstore. He’s interviewed here on his new show and of course his role as Ginsberg on Mad Men.
Reviews for Better Call Saul season 2 are starting to come in.
Vogue suggests Mad Menmay be to thank for America’s kale obsession.
TV Overmind picks the top 10 Christina Hendricks moments on Mad Men
Video interview with Jon Hamm at the Golden Globes: Skip to about 5:18.
Youtube clip of Jon Hamm from SF Sketchfest (January 2016) appearing with Jimmy Pardo’s Never Not Funny, “Jon Hamm Can’t Sing”.
Here’s an EOnline exclusive first look at Jon Hamm Being Adorable While Lending His Voice to Disney XD’s ‘Wander Over Yonder.
Don Draper would not approve of the use of Jon Hamm in this article about this ad: Starbucks’ New Drinks Can Be Your Valentine.
Watch 29 celebrities dramatically recite Justin Bieber’s “Sorry”–including Jon Hamm and Elisabeth Moss.
Polly Draper has again updated our awards tally post with the results of the Director’s Guild of America and Annie Awards.
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