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Mad Men Alum Vincent Kartheiser to Star in Debt for WGN

Vincent Kartheiser is attached to star in Debt, a new series being developed at WGN America, TheWrap has confirmed. In this series, Kartheiserwould play a man who loses everything in his life and decides to partner with a debt collection agency that takes from the rich and gives to the poor. Kartheiser famously played Pete Campbell on the AMC show Mad Men for its entire seven season run. He will also star in the upcoming Nat Geo miniseries Saints and Strangers, which tells the story of the original English settlers of the Plymouth Colony in 1620.   Read More...

'Mad Men's' Christina Hendricks to Star in Sundance's 'Hap and Leonard'

Joining a cast that also includes James Purefoy, Michael Kenneth Williams and more.   Read More...

'Mad Men' and 'True Blood' Stars Among 'Saints & Strangers' Cast

Vincent Kartheiser, Anna Camp, Ron Livingston and Natascha McElhone will topline the National Geographic telepic.   Read More...

Mad Mens James Wolk Is Married

Mad Men may be over, but for this star of the show married life is just beginning.  Read More...

Emmys: 'Mad Men's' Matthew Weiner Reveals Most Challenging Scene From Series Finale

And that's just one story related from 17 of TV's top comedy and drama helmers whose duties ranged from shooting an entire episode with iPhones to hugging (and crying) it out with crewmembers as they explain how they pulled off logistical miracles and creative triumphs to make some of the season's most unforgettable (and, in one case, history-making) television.

TURN's Idara Victor Shares Stories About Grey's, Mad Men and More

A recurring feature in which we ask your favorite stars to reminisce about past gigs Idara Victors second TV acting gig ever, she found herself having a really hard time figuring out what was what on the Manhattan set of NBCs Law & Order: SVU. You can officially call yourself a New York actor when []

Bobby Flay Had An Affair With January Jones, Says Estranged Wife

Bobby Flay's divorce is getting messy. His estranged wife, actress Stephanie March, filed court documents claiming to have proof that the celebrity chef had "at least" three affairs. One of the wom...

Christina Hendricks Mad Men Exit Interview: Joan Always Spoke The Truth

As Joan Harris (ne Holloway) Christina Hendricks became one of the most-loved characters on AMC's Mad Men. With her artfully-drawn portrait of a dynamic woman in a male-dominated workplace, Hendricks seemed made for the role, bringing depth and complexity to Joan's biting charm. Hendricks says, "Joan would say these very severe and harsh things to people around her, and I thought, 'oh, God, she's a terrifying woman,' but then I kept getting all this positive feedback.  Read More...

Mad Men Exhibition at the Museum of the Moving Image Extended

Originally scheduled to close June 14th, this comprehensive "Mad Men" exhibit will now run through the end of the summer.   Read More...

Mad Mens January Jones On Remembering Betty: Its Like A Friend Has Passed Away

With Mad Men over and Betty Draper's illness ensuring she's unlikely to appear in any potential spin-offs, January Jones is a free agent. Currently starringin Good Kill opposite Ethan Hawke, Jones is back in wifely territory again. The movie, directed by Andrew Niccol, explores the drone program and the impact of PTSD on a family. In saying goodbye to eight years of Mad Men , Jones ispleased with the way things wrapped up for Betty, as she says, "I loved the way Betty's