Let us pray that Orange Is the New Black finally takes down Modern Family.
If Mad Men has taught us anything, it’s that no good comes from day-drinking in the office.
Who says work can’t be fun?
Sorry Beyoncé, when it comes to Throwback Thursday photos, only one celeb reigns supreme.
Une chose est sûre : ils sont très forts à HBO.
It’s time for some fresh blood!
Life getting you down? There isn’t a single problem Peggy Olson can’t solve. Because if you don’t like what they’re saying, change the conversation.
Look, you probably wouldn’t want to marry any of these people. But fooling around is a whole other story.
Please buy me 20 Saint Peggy Olson prayer candles.
Don’t be fooled: Matthew Weiner’s period drama has always been about the future. Warning: Contains spoilers for “Waterloo.”
Even Don Draper wasn’t always cool.
Once you know about this pattern, you’ll see it everywhere.
As Mad Men’s most important character turned 30 this week, she’s become the poster girl for making difficult life choices.
Sterling, Cooper, Draper, Reiser
The actor, who has played Roger Sterling on seven seasons of the AMC drama, moves into the director’s chair with his new film, God’s Pocket.
Because the same thing that happened in Season 1 also seems to happen in Season 7.
SPOILER ALERT: Betty Francis is getting into Jazzercise.
Ok, so it’s Jon Hamm and Elizabeth Moss, but it’s ~like~ if Peggy and Don time traveled.
In his “Rated G” series, illustrator Justin White recreates our favorite moments in delightful faux animation cels.
We watched it so you don’t have to.
Are you a cold-blooded monster like Tony Soprano, a pragmatic genius like Walter White, or just an oblivious, self-absorbed Hannah Horvath? There’s only one way to find out.
Don est un vrai
Mad Men isn’t just one of this decade’s best shows, it’s also absolutely gorgeous.
Back in 2007, the fresh-faced cast had no idea they were about to change television.
In this episode, Don cheats on his wife while drinking an old-fashioned.