Basket of News, April 15, 2016

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There is much Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt news, much of it involving Jon Hamm. First, the news that Jon Hamm will return for Season 2 of the show. Next, this Sepinwall interview with Ellie Kemper. Not to be outdone, the New York Times also speaks with Kemper.

This is way cool: Explore Don Draper’s apartment with this interactive 3D model.

RIP Merle Haggard: The connection between Merle Haggard and Donald Draper.

Caity Lotz (Mad Men’s Stephanie) on her new superhero role.

Here’s a Christina Hendricks video interview.

TV’s New Golden Age: This beautiful video shows first and final frames of some significant shows, including Mad Men and Breaking Bad.

Tom and Lorenzo find much to discuss in pictures from Jon Hamm on the set of his new movie, Baby Driver.

This Backstage article on shocking character sendoffs will naturally spoil shows, including Mad Men.

John Slattery will direct a reading of Lorien Hayne’s Good Grief at Vassar and New York Stage and Film’s 2016 powerhouse season.

This article on a current scandal at the ad agency JWT, compares the issue to the Mad Men era.

FiveThirtyEight, a site best known for political analysis using statistics, analyzes The Walking Dead and how it made other shows possible. Not unrelated, The Walking Dead is televisions’s biggest show for the fourth year in a row.

The producer of The Walking Dead is trying to stop the Piracy Apocalypse.

The Walking Dead actress Lauren Cohan on Maggie’s precarious future.

Conan O’Brien and The Walking Dead’s Steven Yeun in South Korea.

It turns out there’s a reason why Carl’s hair is so long on The Walking Dead.

Fear the Walking Dead will end its half-season on a cliffhanger. Oh, joy.

Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston to receive MFF Navigator Award.

Trouble in rock & roll paradise: Terence Winter leaves Vinyl over creative differences

A crazy yet compelling Better Call Saul theory.

Basket of News is compiled by Deborah, Polly Draper, and Basketcases in the comments.


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