Basket of News, June 17, 2016

 Posted by on June 17, 2016 at 12:31 pm  Media-Web-News
Jun 172016

The Atlanta Ad Club hosts a Mad Men Art Show.

The revitalized Whose Line Is It Anyway? features Mad Men‘s Joel Murray.

President Obama made a Mad Men reference.

Danny Strong, creator of Empire and Danny Siegel on Mad Men, has a big new deal with Fox. 

HitFix rates Don Draper’s best pitches.

The Elisabeth Moss-starring show Top of the Lake will feature Nicole Kidman in Season 2.

Kiernan Shipka does some modeling for Carolina Herrera.

In Austin, you can attend a Mad Men-themed fundraiser.

Lesli Linka Glatter of Mad Men and Homeland was at the Women in Film Awards.

Better Call Saul won Best Comedy at the Monte Carlo TV Festival, and Bob Odenkirk won Outstanding Actor.

Here’s an exclusive clip from tomorrow night’s Hell on Wheels.

AMC is taking extreme measures to prevent Walking Dead spoilers.

…which Danai Gurira apparently knows.

The Walking Dead cruise.

Here’s some fun stuff about The Walking Dead star Norman Reedus and his involvement in a new video game, since video games are as popular as series now a days, with games growing bigger and bigger with more people playing them, games as CSGO, where people create sites just to provide CS:GO boosting to the players.


  3 Responses to “Basket of News, June 17, 2016”

  1. Danny Strong: The cure for the common TV show.

  2. A 23-minute conversation with Michael McKean discussing his role as Chuck McGill.

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