Even though viewers would ultimately embrace the hotly anticipated finale of “Mad Men,” series creator Matt Weiner confessed that he was plagued by increasingly gnawing worries over how they would…
Maybe even “Mad Men” deserve a happy ending. In a new video posted on AMC’s site, “Mad Men” creator and executive producer Matt Weiner offered more explanation of his iconic show’s series finale. In…
As AMC prepares to air the "Mad Men" finale May 17, the show's creator, Matt Weiner, harks back to his debut, 1996 microbudget film "What Do You Do All Day?" that he wrote, produced, directed and…
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Spoiler Alert: This Q&A discusses plot details from the “Mad Men” season premiere, “Severance.” Scott Hornbacher has been Matt Weiner's trusted producing partner on "Mad Men" since its inception, a…
The "Mad Men" troupe didn't shade their emotions about the ending of the show during the final love-fest Q&A session in January at the Television Critics Assn. press tour in Pasadena. The camaraderie…
A leggy starlet with a headful of hair-sprayed curls emerges from her convertible to welcome a grizzled, yet handsome man after his long flight. The message to "Mad Men" viewers watching the AMC…
This study of toxic selfishness presented as comedy isn't nearly funny enough for a film starring Owen Wilson and Zach Galifianakis, and nowhere near as serious as Weiner's celebrated TV work.
While Matthew Weiner commands an imperial presence in TV land, he arrives at Toronto as a humble near-first time director, aspiring for some good reviews and, more importantly, for a distributor.
Series creator and exec producer Matt Weiner says Draper's emotional journey was the key storytelling element when he mapped out the season.
After a major network bidding war, Tina Fey and Matt Hubbard’s untitled comedy has landed at Fox with a series commitment. The multi-cam laffer is set at a women’s college that, for the first time in…
Nominees such as Robert Morse, Jane Fonda, Diana Rigg, Elaine Stritch and Bob Newhart do more than just deliver a line — they become part of the narrative.