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'Mad Men' Star Broke Up With A Man Who Watched The Show Without Her

HuffPost Live | Ryan Buxton | Posted 07.17.2014 | Entertainment

Actress Julia Ormond takes "Mad Men" very seriously. Ormond joined HuffPost Live on Thursday to discuss her series "Witches of East End" and her "M...

Mad Men: All Business Is Personal

Darryl Woodard | Posted 05.30.2014 | TV
Darryl Woodard

Roger Sterling will definitely be one of the favorites of the Mad Men characters missed when the show concludes next year. But also I believe one of the other secondary characters will also be missed, and that is Harry Crane, acted by Rick Sommer.

Mad Men To the Moon: Classic Series Returned To Form in 2014

William Bradley | Posted 05.27.2014 | Entertainment
William Bradley

Why is an episode about victory named after one of the most famous defeats in world history? Is it because the crushing blow to Napoleon proved to be a smashing victory for the British Empire and its allies?

Maureen Ryan

From The Earth To The Moon: An Amazing Rocket Ride On 'Mad Men'

HuffingtonPost.com | Maureen Ryan | Posted 05.26.2014 | TV

Do not read on unless you have seen the seventh episode of "Mad Men's" final season, "Waterloo," which also serves as the show's 2014 finale (it retur...

Leigh Weingus

John Slattery's Big 'Mad Men' Regret

HuffingtonPost.com | Leigh Weingus | Posted 05.06.2014 | TV

We may be in the final season of "Mad Men," but the AMC series isn't the only thing John Slattery has his mind on these days. Slattery, who plays ...

Mad Men: Don Draper Looks to the Future, No Matter What ('If 6 Was 9')

William Bradley | Posted 06.28.2014 | Entertainment
William Bradley

It's not exactly a stretch to say that the episode is structured in three parts to show Don's past with his first wife demonstrating why she remains stuck in an untenable child-like mode, his present with his second wife and why her unstable situation is untenable for him, and his hoped-for future at his past employer Sterling Coo.

Sterling's Gold: Roger, Donald, and Us

Oluseyi Fayanju | Posted 06.28.2014 | Black Voices
Oluseyi Fayanju

If our society complacently allows power brokers like Donald Sterling to go unpunished for their prejudice, it will be maddeningly difficult for America to progress towards a more just and equitable future.

As Mad Men's Ending Begins, So Does a Shift to Shangri-LA

William Bradley | Posted 06.15.2014 | Entertainment
William Bradley

While Don considers his future, with one foot in New York and the other in California, and neither on especially solid ground, another New Yorker has made a fast adjustment to the California lifestyle.

Mad Men: On the Comeback Trail in a Changing Cultural Landscape

William Bradley | Posted 06.10.2013 | TV
William Bradley

Mad Men is back, and I'm glad. Even though the two-part premiere episode wasn't perfect, it brought some keen acting, sharp dialogue, and stunning visuals. And it brought the show fully into the beginning of the fire that consumed the late 1960s.

Roger Sterling's Best One-Liners

The Huffington Post | Eva Hill | Posted 04.06.2013 | TV

The business of "Mad Men" at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce wouldn't be nearly as entertaining without that first name on the door: Roger Sterling (John...

The Drinker's Guide To 'Mad Men'

Liquor.com | Posted 06.03.2013 | Taste
Liquor.com

The one thing 'Mad Men' characters consistently do right? Drink.

What If Roger Sterling Had A CBS Sitcom?

Posted 06.15.2012 | TV

What if the uber serious "Mad Men" had a laugh track? Better question, what if Roger Sterling, the cocky, yet endearing "Mad Men" character played by ...

The Ballad of Don and Megan: Back to Normal

Lauren Cahn | Posted 08.12.2012 | TV
Lauren Cahn

In one of the early episodes of the fifth season of Mad Men, Roger Sterling asks the question that stated a major theme for the entire season: When are things going to go back to normal?

Mad Men Finale Recap: "You Only Live Twice"

Samantha Zalaznick | Posted 08.12.2012 | TV
Samantha Zalaznick

This episode is haunted by phantoms of both the characters and the series, exposing the existence of everyone's double life.

GUESS WHO

Posted 06.09.2012 | Celebrity

Surprise! Before he was a silver fox, John Slattery was just a dude in a jean jacket, happily hirsute and bearing a striking resemblance to a modern-d...

Mad Men Recap: "You and Me, Baby, Ain't Nothing but Mammals"

Samantha Zalaznick | Posted 08.05.2012 | TV
Samantha Zalaznick

Well, we knew it was coming. There has been such an overwhelming sense of doom hanging over this season with death symbols popping up at every turn: mass murders, sniper shootings, empty elevator shafts, dream-murders and Don doodling a noose.

Mad Men Recap: "Little Murders"

Samantha Zalaznick | Posted 07.29.2012 | TV
Samantha Zalaznick

Selling sex is a basic advertising concept that we see over and over, but it's much harder to swallow when the concept becomes a reality.

John Slattery Talks 'Mad Men' Tripping Scene

Posted 05.25.2012 | TV

“Mad Men” star John Slattery stopped by "The View" (weekdays on ABC) and discussed his character Roger Sterling's LSD trip in the drama's "Far Awa...

Mad Men Recap: "Mad Money"

Samantha Zalaznick | Posted 07.22.2012 | TV
Samantha Zalaznick

They stand on opposite ends of the show, as counterparts to one another -- the sexy, damaged powerhouses with perfectly crafted exteriors. When they finally come together, their chemistry is so explosive that we simultaneously want and fear their union.

Lisa Gizara: The Woman Behind the Art Behind the Mad Men

Lorraine Devon Wilke | Posted 07.22.2012 | TV
Lorraine Devon Wilke

When Mad Men's set decorator needed paintings with the specific panache to match Roger's sly and savvy personality, she turned to the collection of photographer and painter Lisa Gizara.

Mad Men Recap: 'It's Not Dying'

Samantha Zalaznick | Posted 07.08.2012 | TV
Samantha Zalaznick

I loved this episode. It was fast-paced, it was funny, it was deep and it had the Beatles.

Mad Men Recap: Meet The Parents

Samantha Zalaznick | Posted 07.01.2012 | TV
Samantha Zalaznick

It's so sad (and Moss is so great) as you can see Peggy's hopes dashed across her face while she sits there smiling. She keeps herself together and says yes anyone to this second-rate proposal -- ironically getting to say 'I do,' only when asked if she'd like to eat.

Mad Men Season Five -- A Rough Start

Janet Turley | Posted 06.30.2012 | TV
Janet Turley

Mad Men -- welcome back from what's been amateur hour at SCDP. I'm not talking about the copywriters, campaigns or maiden voyages on an acid trip. I'm talking about the series writers.

Roger Sterling On LSD & Other Classic TV Drug Trips

The Huffington Post | Alex Moaba | Posted 04.26.2012 | TV

"Mad Men" got psychedelic this week when Roger Sterling tripped on LSD at his wife's psychotherapist's apartment. "Mad Men" was bound to run into '...

Mad Men: Wibbly-Wobbly, Timey-Wimey, Trippy-Wippy (and Peggy Olson Is No Dana Scully)

William Bradley | Posted 04.24.2012 | Entertainment
William Bradley

The hairpin plot twists so evident in last week's episode continue in this one, as does the sense of suddenly (seemingly?) impending doom.