With the final episodes underway, let’s take a look back at how our favorite Mad Men and Women have changed.
Holy hairy upper lips, Sterling Cooper! Warning: Minor spoilers ahead!
The first of Mad Men’s final seven episodes is Sunday on AMC — here’s where we left Don, Peggy, and the rest of our friends.
Betty, you’re the ice queen we all should aspire to be.
“Take care of yourselves.”
Hint: You often wake up and realize you’ve just had an orgy.
Looks like Vince Gilligan has been up to his old tricks.
The series will be set in Los Angeles and will have a whole new cast. UPDATE: It will be called Fear the Walking Dead.
*Repeats “it’s all about survival” multiple times*
Got a spare $680,000, fans?
Those who arrive, survive.
“Don’t drink and drive…but if you do, call me” is reason enough for a spin-off.
Walter White lives! Sorta.
For when you feel like total death. Warning: Zombie guts ahead.
Modern media is dominated by a handful of giants, each with Byzantine internal structures. Here’s why.
Prepare to love this show even more than you already did.
Don Draper is the most perfect man on television and everyone knows it.
Even without the Red Wedding, this was one of the bloodiest years for TV in recent memory. Warning: MAJOR SPOILERS for just about every television series. (Seriously.)
From Game of Thrones to Family Guy, BuzzFeed staffers pick their favorite installments of TV this year. Presented in no particular order.
This is a thing of true beauty.
A few things to get you through until February.
A newly released scene from the Breaking Bad spin-off features everyone’s favorite private investigator.
Wonder if January Jones and Kiernan Shipka saw it coming.
It’s been four years since AMC debuted the first six episodes of its zombie apocalypse thriller — how much can you recall about the earliest days of TV’s deadliest outbreak?
Beth est la nouvelle Carol.
The network’s agreement with the satellite company expires at the end of the year and negotiations for a new contract are currently at a standstill.