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  1. Why Nick Kroll and John Mulaney's Broadway Understudies Are Jon Hamm and John Slattery

    7:32 am 10/11/2016

    "It's not a knock on them; it's just that they're TV guys and we're serious theater actors," said Mulaney of the 'Mad Men' stars.Read more

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  2. Lionsgate's TV Slate, Including 'Mad Men' and 'The Royals,' Headed to Vimeo

    8:14 am 9/13/2016

    The exclusive licensing pact has the studio doing business with Barry Diller to help make Vimeo's global TV store the next new Netflix.Read more

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  3. How Well Do You Know 'Mad Men'?

    7:30 am 7/19/2016

    The AMC drama premiered nine years ago today.Read more

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  4. Emmys: Who Leads (and Who Lags) in the Drama Actor Race

    12:00 pm 6/8/2016

    The usually impenetrable drama category is knocked open by two departures — Emmy favorites Jon Hamm ('Mad Men') and Jeff Daniels ('The Newsroom').Read more

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  5. 'Mad Men's' Vincent Kartheiser Boards Hulu Comedy 'Casual' (Exclusive)

    1:16 pm 2/25/2016

    He'll recur on the Golden Globe-nominated comedy from Jason Reitman.Read more

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  6. Golden Globes: Jon Hamm Wins Best Actor in a TV Series, Drama

    4:42 pm 1/10/2016

    Jon Hamm won for his performance in 'Mad Men.'Read more

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  7. Cindy Holland Presides Over Netflix's Original Programming Push

    8:00 am 12/9/2015

    The streamer's vp original content, a THR Power 100 honoree, oversaw its effort to more than double programming output in 2015.Read more

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  8. Bruce Greenwood to Get Career Tribute at Whistler Film Festival

    6:23 am 11/25/2015

    The festival will also give his latest movie, 'Rehearsal,' a world premiere. Read more

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  9. Jon Hamm and Amy Poehler Once Hosted an Emmys Losers After-Party

    5:53 am 11/3/2015

    "There's more losers than winners," Hamm said. "They should get a party too."Read more

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  10. Where Fans Can See Don Draper's Office

    7:00 am 10/27/2015

    'Mad Men' creator Matthew Weiner has donated the entire workspace to the Museum of Television in Los Angeles, and personally "made sure every piece of wardrobe and set decoration was historically perfect," says the institution's director.Read more

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