In a move that they claim to be responsible for how many people watched the mid-season premiere of Breaking Bad, AMC has decided to split the final season of their smash hit Mad Men into two seasons over a year’s time.
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There are few shows that I really really like. Mad Men is one of those shows. I love the pacing and how it slowly it reveals itself over the course of the season. It has been said that is is considered one of the last of the quote “Golden Age of Television” and while I […]
My wife and I found time to watch the two hour season premiere of Mad Men last night, and after spending too much time pausing at the beginning so we could replay our memories of where things left off I started to become detached.
I still maintain that DC is the master of animated comic stories…but then again I don’t really follow Marvel’s attempts at animated series ever since the end of the classic 90s X-Men and maybe the current anime version. Anyways, if you’ve ever seen an episode of Mad Men, then you know just who Ms. Moss […]
Warner Home Video just sent us this clip and some graphics to keep you sedated until the movie comes out on June 7th. What we get to take a look at this time is Hal Jordan (Nathan Fillion) beginning his mentoring of Arisia (Elisabeth Moss from Mad Men) as the Green Lantern Corps are lining […]
This time I’ll be talking about a lot of different stuff. I played a buttload of “Red Dead Redemption” and “Rock Band 3”. I’m also going to touch on a few of the TV shows that I’ve been consuming this season.
Breaking Bad, Mad Men, and now The Walking Dead, it seems to me that AMC is trying to give fellow cable networks a run for their money when it comes to excellent and thought-probvoking programming. In the picture above, you’ll see the cast as they’ll appear on the TV series when it comes out this […]