A recap of the series finale of Mad Men, and analysis of what to make of that ending, and the show
The Berlin Philharmonic orchestra failed to elect a new chief conductor. What does this mean for the future of old music?
May 12th, 2015 1 comment
Jessica Paré, who plays Don Draper’s Canadian ex-wife, talks about what it’s like to work on Mad Men
Joss Whedon tried to make ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ as personal as he could, but with franchise movies, personal filmmaking isn’t easy.
Joss Whedon won’t be directing any more ‘Avengers’ films for Marvel. But superhero flicks are no place for an auteur anyway, writes Jaime Weinman
Jaime Weinman on the lasting appeal of a traditional family sitcom—based on a non-traditional idea of what makes a family
Before David Letterman turned cranky host, he ran TV’s edgiest show—and changed a generation
April 19th, 2015 5 comments
The first Netflix Marvel superhero series brings a different kind of superhero story: one that wants to feel more like a real crime drama, though it really isn’t.
A recap of the second episode of Mad Men’s season 7B and analysis of its biggest moment: a subtle throwback that said it all
As Mad Men’s final season gets underway, it’s the clothes that have told–and will tell—the story
Book review: A biography of Michelle Obama traces her mostly happy journey from the south side of Chicago to the White House