The showrunner, celebrating his Emmy-nominated series at THR's nominees party, talks about the decision to extend the AMC drama and sounds off on the recent spate of companion series at his network: "This is it. ... When it's done, it's done."Read more
The Hollywood Reporter helped kick off Emmy weekend with its Nominees Night party. Tina Fey, Matthew Weiner and the "Scandal" cast were among the A-listers who gathered Sept. 19 at Soho House in West Hollywood for the soiree, sponsored by Samsung Galaxy, Asos, Porsche, Pandora and Ketel One. Read More
The actor and the show creator, along with AMC president and general manager Charlie Collier, on the "creativity and originality" of "Breaking Bad" and "Mad Men." Cranston also recalls his first Emmy win for the series in 2008; he was nominated after the show had run only seven episodes.
Here, sans snark, are five minor "Mad Men" characters whom THR's chief TV critic would love to follow in their new series. If "The Walking Dead" and "Breaking Bad" can spin off, why not "Mad Men"? Do it, AMC.Read more
From a CIA black operative to a '60s philandering housewife and a sexually aggressive female truck-driver, this year's Emmy nominees for outstanding guest stars have delivered audiences a multitude of scene-stealing performances. The talented bunch spill about fitting in when you're "the new kid in school."Read more
Behind the Screen explores the impact of technology on movies and TV shows, specifically content producers, cinematographers, editors, VFX shops and artists, sound mixers and editors, technical (including R&D) roles and the post-production community. This includes products from companies like Red, Canon, Dolby and Avid to new hires in key below-the-line positions on movies or at below the line post/VFX shops