An episode of Mad Men which contains blackface will remain when AMC's signature series returns to streaming later this month. Lionsgate has added a disclaimer to the episode, which features John Slattery's character in blackface, explaining that the scene “shows how commonplace racism was in America in 1963.” Here is Lionsgate's statement in full: "This […]
The 54-year-old director died Friday from a previously undisclosed blood disorder.
"Mad Men" star Christina Hendricks and "Madam Secretary" actor Geoffrey Arend are divorcing after a decade of marriage.
In a match made in primetime heaven, "2 Broke Girls" actress Beth Behrs and "Mad Men" actor Michael Gladis have tied the knot.
Jon Hamm recalls when his Don Draper character had a profound effect on the "Saturday Night Live" cast back in 2008.
"It was a bummer of a thing that happened," the "Mad Men" alumnus told Esquire. In his college days at University of Texas in 1990, he and several fraternity members were accused of severely beating a pledge and then setting the man's pants on fire.
Christina Hendricks -- whose 'Mad Men' co-star Michael Gladis is the groom -- was also in attendance on the special day.
The pen is mightier than the sword, as the saying goes, so many of our favorite TV series have made writers out of their central heroes.Take Jane Gloriana Villanueva from Jane the Virgin, an aspiring romance novelist who grew up watching telenovelas with her grandmother and mother. Or Rick Castle, the dashing mystery writer who also helped solve intricate crimes with detective partner Kate Beckett.But these authors didn’t just write within the show; their books also got published in real life. In fact, Jane’s first novel, Snow Falling, is hitting your local bookstore this week.Here are 10 fictional-turned-real books “written by” TV characters.Jane the Virgin airs Fridays at 9 p.m. on the CW. Snow Falling will be available for purchase on Tuesday, Nov. 15.
Lionsgate and leisure park operator Parques Reunidos announced a strategic partnership today with the first Lionsgate-branded indoor entertainment center, set to open in New York City's Times Square in 2019. Lionsgate Entertainment City will feature attractions built around various Lionsgate film and television properties including <em>Mad Men, The Hunger Games</em> and the most recent installment of the John Wick franchise. The attraction, located in the Times Square area, will…
Summertime and the livin’ is easy — especially if you have a DVR, a remote, and some sun-free spare time. If a staycation is on your to-do list this summer, why not live vicariously through your favorite TV characters’ vacation plans with a look back at some of our favorite small-screen getaways? We’ve also listed why each episode is a summer vacation standout. Who needs a travel agent when you have us?From the Brady family’s ill-fated Hawaii trip to Modern Family‘s dude ranch escapades, scroll through for a roundup of some of the most memorable TV show vacations of all time.
It’s April 20 (aka 4/20), and cannabis lovers around the world will be celebrating “Weed Day.” In its honor, the video above highlights 10 memorable times TV characters used pot.
The Walking Dead’s Josh McDermitt is never afraid to make himself the butt of a joke — just take one look at the fierce, 1980s hockey star’s ape drape that he has been rocking since he first joined the cast of AMC’s apocalyptic zombie drama in 2014. This fearlessness is exactly what attracted McDermitt to the role of Eugene Porter, the group’s engineer with an emotional spectrum as wide as a single strand of angel hair pasta. “He was so different from anything that I ever played, and a lot of the characters I play are loud and boisterous, big and crazy… the party animal,” McDermitt said of his supporting roles and appearances on shows like TV Land’s Retired At 35, AMC’s Mad Men, and TBS’s Angie Tribeca.
We may have finally gotten to the bottom of why Netflix is so secretive with their viewership numbers … everyone is cheating on everyone else! In a new study released by the streaming giant just in time for Valentine’s Day, 46 percent of couples admit to Netflix cheating — watching a series ahead of your significant other.
Stars, they’re just like us — they get pregnant, and as joyous as the occasion is, it might not be at the most convenient time in their careers. Through TV history, starting with I Love Lucy in the ‘50s, shows have had to figure out how to address actresses’ real-life pregnancies on screen. Should it be written into the storyline, with the character also getting pregnant? Or if that doesn’t work, how can they hide or work around a growing belly?Scandal had to answer this question a second time this season when star Kerry Washington announced she was expecting another child. They chose to hide her pregnancy, and delayed season 6 until January to accommodate her schedule. Through some clever and not-so-clever means, the show’s directors, costume designers, and production designers have ensured that Olivia Pope’s midsection is not quite so visible. Click through this slideshow to see all the different ways that 14 shows, including Scandal, have dealt with their stars’ real-life pregnancies, from hiding them with big purses to writing them in.Scandal airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. on ABC.Review: ‘Legion’ is Marvel’s Best TV Show Yet, Says Ken Tucker
Yahoo Movies invited the cast of Keeping Up with the Joneses to our studios. Jon Hamm, Gal Gadot, Isla Fisher, and Zach Galifianakis sat down with Kevin Polowy.
Whether it’s National Drink Beer Day (Sept. 28), National Drink Wine Day (Feb. 18), National Wine Day (May 25), National Mojito Day (July 11), or just the end of a really long day at work, sometimes there’s nothing more satisfying than enjoying an alcoholic beverage with a friend. Or, if you feel like staying in, with your couch and your favorite TV character, many of whom like to imbibe from time to time. Here are 21 characters from television past and present whom we’d like to share a drink with.
At a certain point in "Masters of Sex"—somewhere between the end of the second season and the first half of the third—the series tipped over into the ludicrous.