The final episode of Mad Men’s sixth season has come and gone, leaving a crater in its wake. “In Care of” introduced a shocking new future for SC&P and many of its inhabitants. But the way ahead for Don is what grabbed everyone’s attention.
No one does a penultimate episode like Mad Men. “The Quality of Mercy” was loaded with intrigue, and there was more than one conflict to concern yourself with. As Don and company barrel toward the sixth season finale ask yourself: Is anyone on this show capable of mercy?
On Mad Men, “Favors” proves that once a child’s innocence is lost, it can never be retrieved. The consequences of last night’s revelations will resonate throughout season six. Little Sally Draper is a kid no more.
Last night, Mad Men continued to impress from both sides of the country. “A Tale of Two Cities” brought change for more than a few members of the new agency. Underneath that there was a dark realization that's been plaguing everyone for some time. It seems the future is creeping closer, and one of our beloveds will be unable to escape.
Last night Mad Men went to camp. “The Better Half” had Don distracted with his family, and his newly thin ex-wife. That allowed for Peggy to take center stage, but her choices may have left her without any options.
Last night, Mad Men returned to the world of shared drug use. “The Crash” saw a motley crew from the still unnamed agency indulge in illegal medical enhancement. Through the rose colored glasses of influence, our dark heroes enchanted us with their stories.
Merging isn't without its problems on Mad Men. "Man With a Plan" focuses on the currently nameless agency, along with all the trouble it creates. With John Slattery in the director's chair, the episode held a certain air, but it wasn't enough to hide a slowly creeping oversight.
If you thought last week's episode slowed momentum, you were wrong. Mad Men's barely giving you time to catch your breath. "For Immediate Release" changed the face of the business we love, in more ways than one.
Last night's Mad Men dealt with a historical loss—the death of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. "The Flood" left everyone grasping for understanding much like those who really suffered through the tragedy. While people were reeling, one or two developments still managed to break through.
Mad Men continues to impress this week. “To Have and To Hold” resonates in more ways than one. As Don grapples with the price of his wife’s success, a light is shone on Joan’s current state.
Mad Men is back in its element. “Collaborators” saw Don and Peggy warring with their staff and clientele. But that was the least of Don’s problems. The weight of his past and present is weighing on him. He’s not the only tortured soul as Joan and Pete battle life’s drama as well.
The wait is over: Mad Men has returned. "The Doorway" was a powerhouse premiere that dealt with the show's recurring nemesis -- death. As the episode blinked into focus and Dante's Inferno was recited a calm fell over the room. Don Draper is right where we need him to be.
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.
Back in August we reported that Ryan Gosling was teaming up with Christina Hendricks for his directorial debut; the dark, modern fairytale, How To Catch A Monster -- and now Hendricks has revealed some exciting new details about the fantasy thriller. Read on for more.
Ryan Gosling is still everywhere. Even though he hasn't had as many movies this year as he did last year (in fact, it looks like he could with only one film this year after Gangster Squad's delay), he's made up for it by becoming an internet meme. He's now set to make his writing and directing debut with How to Catch a...
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 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’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…
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...
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…