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'Mad Men' Releases Classy New Photos For The Upcoming Season

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AMC's hit show Mad Men is all about competition, secrets and lies amidst the glamour of the 60s advertising world. While Don Draper and company have been dealing with the ever-changing decade, they took some time out of their busy schedule to go to a party, of course.

'Mad Men' Season 6 Poster: Don Draper Gets A Double

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Matthew Weiner dropped yet another stylish poster for the upcoming season of Mad Men. As always, he loaded it with tons of intriguing clues, but revealed nothing (he loves to torture us, no doubt).  But this new ad is a lot different from ones we've seen these past few months. Take a look.

'Mad Men' Season 6 Trailer: Get Ready to Party

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Already in the running for one of the greatest TV shows of all time, Mad Men returns this April for its penultimate season. After an intense fifth year, we're hoping that the show sticks the landing as it heads into its final stretch. And we're more excited than ever because of this teaser for the new season.

ScreenCrave's Top 10 WTF TV Moments of 2012

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When it comes to Must-See TV, 2012 brought it! The medium upped the ante with shocking deaths, surprise marriages and a wicked acid trip. There were plenty of watercooler moments that covered Hollywood and politics (we're looking at you Clint Eastwood). ScreenCrave's selected the top 10 that kept us buzzing days after their debut.

DVD and Blu-ray Picks for October 16 - 22

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This is a good week for animation on Blu-ray. You get one of the summer’s better animated titles and some classic Looney Tunes action. You also get one of the year’s best films and one of the best shows on television, along with some pretty bad summer movies. It’s good week for home video, all things.

Emmys 2012: A Late Night Dogfight plus "Mandy Patinkin, Holla"

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Check out the list of 2012 Emmy Award Winners! The 64th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards weren't perfect -- Hollywood ceremonies rarely are. Whether its the blatant snubs, harsh crowd or predictability, they're never up to snuff. Thankfully, Sunday's show offered a few bright spots. 2012 will forever be the year Homeland usurped Mad Men, and Jon...

Emmy Nominations for 2012 are In!

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It used to be that winning an Emmy was considered sub-Oscar, but now that television is getting to be on similar artistic footing as cinema, it's surprising that winning one still isn't that great an accomplishment. Perhaps it's because of the stodgy and repetitive picks of their academy. Here's the full list of their 2012 nominations :

Mad Men: Season 5 Episode 13: The Phantom - TV Review

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Last night, AMC aired Mad Men’s fifth season finale and it was almost worth the wait. After episodes full of ups and downs, everything came to a semi-rewarding close. “The Phantom” featured the return of Alexis Bledel, Pete's obsession and possibly "Old Don."

Mad Men: Season 5 Episode 12: Commissions and Fees – TV Review

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Mad Men is a man down after Sunday’s penultimate episode. “Commissions and Fees” brought a resolution to a piece of plot that’s been up in the air for quite some time. But the solution may not be to every fans liking. Proceed with caution, there are spoilers ahead. Check out our full review below…      

Mad Men: Season 5 Episode 11: The Other Woman—TV Review

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Mad Men’s affair with mediocrity is over; last night was everything fans have been clamoring for. “The Other Woman” focused on the show's ladies taking a stand where they saw fit as Don and his creative team struggled with the Jaguar pitch. Drama burrowed its way into every moment of the episode. Check out our full review below…

Mad Men: Season 5 Episode 10: Christmas Waltz—TV Review

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Praise be to Krishna! Last night’s episode of Mad Men shone a light on the movement of the late 1960s, Hare Krishna. “Christmas Waltz” features the return of Michael Gladis as Paul Kinsley, the man for whom all fads become fashion. As the season creeps to a close, will fans finally get what they really want? Check out our full review...

Mad Men: Season 5 Episode 9: Dark Shadows—TV Review

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Sunday's episode of Mad Men, entitled “Dark Shadows,” featured many quarrels; some fleeting and a few that will shape the rest of the season. As Don regained his footing in the workplace, a glimpse of his vintage, brooding self came out of hiding. Hello old friend, you have been missed. Check out our full review below…

Mad Men: Season 5 Episode 8: Lady Lazarus - TV Review

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Happiness is fleeting and disappointment reigned in last night’s episode of Mad Men. “Lady Lazarus” features a stunning performance by guest star Alexis Bledel as an unhappy housewife. Megan gives in to her heart’s desire as Pete digs himself into a deeper hole. Also, Peggy wrestles with a secret. Check out our full review below...

Mad Men: Season 5 Episode 7: At the Codfish Ball —TV Review

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As one character rose from the bowels of discontent, two more lined up to take his place on last night’s episode of Mad Men. “At the Codfish Ball” features the return of Sally Draper, and a visit from Megan’s parents. Wherever the in-laws go, conflict is sure to follow. Check out our full review below...

Mad Men: Season 5 Episode 5: Signal 30 - TV Review

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After the high drama of “Mystery Date," Mad Men keeps the heat on with “Signal 30.” Desperate for new clients, Lane tries to secure Jaguar, via an acquaintance of his. Pete’s unhappiness with his life and marriage takes a turn for the worse, while power struggles at SDCP come to a head.

Mad Men: Season 5 Episode 4: Mystery Date – TV Review

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Following a slowly-paced episode,  Mad Men is back at it with multiple intriguing plotlines. And despite the popularity- and even fake twitter account---“Fat Betty Francis," is nowhere to be found in this episode full of big confrontations and violent thematic elements.

Mad Men: Season 5 Episode 3: Tea Leaves – TV Review

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The second episode of Mad Men’s fifth season aired last night, with Jon Hamm taking over as both director and lead actor.  In a solid-to-occasionally-great episode, Season Five’s still-forming primary theme seems to be that of change—both the rampant social/political/cultural changes of the 1960s, and the inevitable changes (including death) brought on by aging—as Don is...

Owen Wilson And Zack Galifianakis To Star In 'Mad Men' Creator Matthew...

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It’s been a big week for Matthew Weiner—not only did the creator some little show on AMC call Mad Men score record ratings on Sunday night with the MM fifth season premiere (I’m still humming “Zou Bisou Bisou,” by the way)—he just snagged Owen Wilson and Zack Galifianakis to star in his big-screen directorial debut,...

"Zou Bisou Bisou" Released On iTunes After Appearing During 'Mad Men'...

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The long-awaited fifth season premiere of Mad Men (check out our review here) contained a bevy of memorable scenes, from the introduction of race as a primary theme, to Don Draper’s post-birthday meltdown—but there was one moment that even the characters in the show couldn’t stop talking about afterward: Megan’s (Jessica Pare) slinky/ bizarre performance of...

Mad Men: Season 5 Episodes Part 1/Part 2: A Little Kiss – TV Review

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Well, Mad Men fans, it’s been over a year, but your wait is finally over—MM is finally back, having launched its fifth season premiere on Sunday night, a slow-moving, two-hour episode that eased us back into the world of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce.  “A Little Kiss” takes us to Memorial Day 1966, wherein two collisions occur in this double-sized episode: that of the...