Want "Mad Men" spoilers? Well, Matt Weiner wants to make sure you never get them.
The creator of AMC's acclaimed drama and "Mad Men" star John Slattery stopped by "CBS This Morning" and host Gayle King asked what they do to prevent leaks and spoilers from getting out there, or a "Breaking Bad"-like theft.
Slattery joked that Weiner makes a big, "mean speech" at every table read and points out the one person he thinks could be trouble. "You look like you might be the one to leak it," Slattery said, jokingly impersonating Weiner.
In all seriousness, though, Weiner's "Mad Men" spoilerphobia has caused some controversy. Before the start of the show's current sixth season, many critics -- The Huffington Post's Maureen Ryan included -- took the creator to task for the letter of demands he sent along with the premiere screener.
She wrote: "Weiner's list doesn't feel like a bid to protect viewers from the media, who have, in the main, done a fine job of respecting the experience of 'Mad Men' viewers. It feels like an attempt to control things Weiner has no business controlling. And if he wants to regulate the coverage of the season premiere that much, then he shouldn't let AMC send out the advance DVD. Weiner wants to have it both ways, and as time goes by, it's hard not to feel as though those of us in the media are letting him, and not for reasons that feel justifiable."
"Mad Men" airs Sundays at 10 p.m. ET on AMC and "CBS This Morning" airs weekdays from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. ET on CBS.
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