Basket of News, May 13, 2016

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Mad Men’s Jay Ferguson’s comedy, The Real O’Neals, has been renewed for a second season.

The film High Wire Act, which Jon Hamm starts shooting in Tangiers next month, is already on the Cannes “hot titles of 2016” list

Jon Hamm will appear at Joe’s Pub in Manhattan for Employee of the Month on May 19th.

This random fashion/star event features three Mad Men actresses, two in the first picture (who were never together on the show, for the record). 

Here’s a video with Mad Men’s Alison Brie on how to straddle the “sexy-funny” line.

John Slattery reflects on his incredible streak of projects, from Mad Men to Spotlight to Veep.

January Jones is all over the place. Here’s her beauty routine, her hair routine, and the extremely thrilling (I am not kidding) secret of her piñata.

Here’s a look at the famous Watergate Hotel’s redesign. Mad Men’s Janie Bryant designed the staff uniforms.

Homeland star Claire Danes made a huge splash at the Met Gala.

Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman kinda-sorta apologizes for the Season 6 cliffhanger finale.

The stars of The Walking Dead are heroic in real life too.

AMC has moved the premiere date for its new drama series, Feed the Beast, starring David Schwimmer Jim Sturgess, and Mad Men’s Michael Gladis. Feed the Beast, which had been set for May 31, now will debut at 10 PM Sunday, June 5 — following Episode 2 of another new drama series, Preacher. Feed the Beast will shift two days later to its previously scheduled 10 PM Tuesday slot, following a repeat of Episode 1 at 9 PM.


  2 Responses to “Basket of News, May 13, 2016”

  1. Bill Backer, the ad man behind the iconic “Hilltop” Coca Cola ad that was featured in the Mad Men finale (one-year ago on May 17,2015) died today:

  2. Amazed at the all the commercials this man created that we still remember today. Breaking Bad fans recall Hank Schrader singing “Schraderbrau” to the tune of the Lowenbrau commercial. People still refer to a relaxing evening as “Miller time. ”

    He left his mark on an era.

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