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Mad Men Finale Alert Takes Over AMC Sister Stations During Telecast

As promised, AMC blocked out all sister stations BBC America, IFC, Sundance Channel and WEtv during tonights series finale of Mad Men . The image above is what showed during the East Coast broadcast of the final episode on BBC America, with variations on the others, while we watched the Mathew Weiner created seriesmake that great advertising pitch in the sky. Mountain and Pacific time zones can expect the same thing soon. While an obvious ratings pitch for the http://deadline.com/2015/05/mad-men-finale-alert-takes-over-amc-sister-stations-during-telecast-1201428783/

Mad Men Live Stream: Cast, Executives Gather to Bid Farewell to Series

Worried about withdrawal from Mad Men, the AMC TV hit that is ending with Sunday nights finale?We have just the remedy. The cast and creators of the drama set in the world of 1960s advertising agency will take part in a two-hour special interview. It begins at 2 p.m. at the TV Academy in Los Angeles and is hosted by Debra Birnbuam, Variety; TV executive editor,   Read More... http://www.thewrap.com/mad-men-live-stream-cast-executives-gather-to-bid-farewell-to-series/

'Mad Men': A tribute to 11 characters no longer with the show

Because "Mad Men" has tracked a decade in the life of its characters, that has inevitably meant not every character who began the show will be there at the finish.The series has cycled through a few dozen characters over the years. Some have died, some have been fired and others were just passing through. Here are 11 of the most important, entertaining and downright fun characters no longer haunting the halls of Sterling Cooper.RELATED: 'Mad Men's' Matthew Weiner doesn't necessarily believe in happy endingsBert CooperLast seen: "Waterloo" (Season 7, episode 7)The "Cooper" in Sterling Cooper, Bert (Robert Morse) cut an enigmatic figure in the office. He could at times seem on the edge of senility, but a killer instinct was never far from the surface. Cooper dies a happy man following the Apollo 11 moon landing, and the stage veteran even gets a song-and-dance number as his sendoff.Sal RomanoLast seen: "Wee Small Hours" (Season 3,... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Zap2it/~3/kQ99-ELfyec/mad_men_tribute_11_characters_no_longer_with_show-2015-05

'Mad Men's' Matthew Weiner doesn't necessarily believe in happy endings

"Mad Men" creator Matthew Weiner certainly hopes people enjoy the series finale of his show on Sunday (May 17). But anyone expecting a "happy ending" might be left hanging."I will quote Don Draper: 'Happiness is the moment before you need more happiness,'" Weiner toldZap2itand other reporters at a "Mad Men" press junket in March. "The minute you stop and look at whether you're happy or not, it evaporates."That, of course, has been a running theme throughout the show's seven seasons. It's come back to the forefront in the past couple of episodes as Don (Jon Hamm) has set off on an aimless road trip that has shed many of the trappings of his old life. While that may put him in a better place at the end, Weiner's primary goal is serving the story.RELATED: 'Mad Men' fan theories: Still time for Pete to be eaten by a bear"I don't think it's my job necessarily to... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Zap2it/~3/GeZaR_vcKfQ/mad_mens_matthew_weiner_doesnt_necessarily_believe_in_happy_endings-2015-05

Mad Men: 15 Great Roger Sterling Quotes

With Mad Men coming to a close, here's a look back at rollicking Roger's best quotes, quips, wisdom, and wit.   Read More... http://www.ign.com/articles/2015/05/16/mad-men-15-great-roger-sterling-quotes

Mad Men Series Finale: 7 Seasons In 7 Scenes

All good things eventually come to an endand in this case so do great ones, with the series finale of Mad Men this weekend. Unquestionablyone of the greatest TVdramas of all time, the multiple-Emmy-winning series created by Matthew Weiner took us with fresh eyes into a decade many thought already had been fully exhumed.   Read More... http://deadline.com/2015/05/mad-men-series-finale-best-scenes-7-seasons-1201427698/

'Mad Men' Series Finale: What Should Happen, What Could Happen

Don is not D.B. Cooper easily the dumbest theory in 'Mad Men' history. And I really dont think hell fall out of a window.   Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/zGbvdcUeaKA/story01.htm

'Mad Men' says goodbye with emotional series finale promo

On Sunday, May 17th "Mad Men" will come to an end. Instead of just a typical promo for the series ender, AMC has released an emotional look back at some of the heartfelt moments from the series.Remember when Don Draper (Jon Hamm) was married to Betty (January Jones), the first time audiences met Megan (Jessica Pare), the rare moments when Peggy (Elizabeth Moss) let her emotions get the best of her and when Sally (Kiernan Shipka) was just a happy-go-lucky little girl?The finale promo takes viewers on a walk down memory lane set to the tune of Paul Anka's "Times of Your Life," reminding the loyal fans of how far these rich characters have come.RELATED: 'Mad Men's' Peggy Olson is the coolest chick in the room: You've come a long way, babyBefore the "Mad Men" story comes to a close, AMC will be running a marathon of all 91 episodes starting Wednesday, May 13 at... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Zap2it/~3/cZf4OB1avw0/mad_men_says_goodbye_emotional_series_finale_promo_video-2015-05

'Mad Men' finale: AMC sibs to go dark

All eyes will be on AMC Sunday night as the network airs Mad Men s series finale. To make sure of it, AMCs sister networks (BBC America, IFC, Sundance and WE) will suspend regular programing for an hour beginning at 10 p.m. ET on Sunday, instead sharing a special message commemorating...   Read More... http://feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/bxjePaW_was/amcs-sister-networks-black-out-programming-ahead-mad-men-season-finale

The Key to Understanding Last Nights Mad Men Was an Episode From Season 1

  We yearn to travel the way a child travels, round and around and back home again, to a place where we know we are loved. Don told us everyone that in season one's "The Wheel," and it's one of the rare pitches that stands out as not totally a lie. Don't we all yearn to return to a place where we know we are loved? We've seen that teetering loop happen all season in Mad Men 's grand swan song: going back and redoing the things, reliving and reexperiencing our mistakes, our habits.   Read More... http://www.vulture.com/2015/05/mad-mens-hobo-callback.html
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