'A Young Doctor's Notebook': Jon Hamm thinks 'Downton Abbey' fans may like his 'weirdo' world

brightcove.createExperiences(); This ain't no "Mad Men," but Jon Hamm says perhaps "Downton Abbey" fans will appreciate the "very British," yet "strange and bizarre" world of "A Young Doctor's Notebook."Hamm stars opposite Daniel Radcliffe in the black comedy series debuting Wednesday night (Oct. 2) on Ovation. Fans of wizardry and 1960s advertising may remember that epic moment when Harry Potter and Don Draper took a bath together in the trailer for the first season of "A Young Doctor's Notebook" before it premiered in the UK."The show is basically kind of a memory play of my character remembering his younger self [as Radcliffe's character]," Hamm tells Zap2it. "However, my character has a fairly serious ... morphine addiction, so the memory is not always correct. I'm kind of interceding into Dan's life -- my younger self's life -- quite a bit, including one time when he's taking a bath, I appear. It was fun. It was funny,...



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