The Walking Dead: Womankind’s Search for the Truth

It’s October. That time of year when the leaves start to change from green to golden browns and reds. Nostalgia is the dominant emotion as little kids dress up like ghouls and goblins. It’s certainly a season marked by change, and this year, like the last few years, people having been changing into zombies – or maybe… » 10/10/13 10:03pm 10/10/13 10:03pm

Goodbye and Good Riddance, Angry Little Men Who Hate Skyler White

There's a lot I'll miss now that Breaking Bad is over. I'll miss Jesse's boyish swearing, Hank's percussive heh-heh laugh, Marie's purple everything, baby Holly's hats. My confusion over how hot I find Bob Odenkirk as Saul Goodman. The entire cast's virtuosic performances, the script's brilliance, the colors and… » 9/30/13 3:38pm 9/30/13 3:38pm

You're Killing Us, AMC: Mad Men's Final Season Has Been Split in Two

Continuing their history of torturing the fans who love Mad Men most, Matthew Weiner and AMC have decided to split the final season of Mad Men in two, airing seven episodes in 2014 and seven episodes in 2015. Yes, that means you'll have to wait almost TWO FULL YEARS to see how the show ends. » 9/17/13 6:00pm 9/17/13 6:00pm

Immortalize Is Like 'Project Runway for Taxidermy'

Here's a show where people take dead animal carcasses and turn them into jaunty hats. In contest form! Just like you were asking for! Finally! I honestly love seeing the nuts and bolts of how people do their jobs—particularly people who are genuinely good at stuff—so I am not tired at all of the current TV trend of… » 1/29/13 7:00pm 1/29/13 7:00pm

Pour Yourself a Stiff Drink: Mad Men Returns in April

We are mere weeks away from the Sunday, April 7 premiere of Mad Men, according to Martin Miller, writing for the LA Times. When we last saw our friends from Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, it was 1967. But creator/executive producer Matt Weiner is being vague about what's next, as is his wont. He told Miller: » 1/23/13 12:50pm 1/23/13 12:50pm

Matthew Weiner Almost Pete Campbelled His Way Off of Mad Men

In an interview yesterday with the New York Times, Mad Men mastermind Matthew Weiner talked all about the show's much-anticipated 5th season, including how terrifyingly close it came to never happening. Faced with an interminable negotiation process, Weiner says he wanted to quit the show faster than a kid who's been… » 3/08/12 9:00pm 3/08/12 9:00pm

The Walking Dead Is Spreading Icky Morning-After Pill Myths


The Walking Dead, now in its second season, has riveted audiences with its tense undead action interspersed with human drama. Lately, though, the show's seeming ignorance of how the morning after pill works has been rubbing some viewers the wrong way. It should surprise approximately no one that a drama based on a… » 11/21/11 5:00pm 11/21/11 5:00pm

Mad Men To Go On For Three More Seasons

The epic bureaucratic deadlock keeping you and your boyfriend Jon Hamm apart has finally ended, as it appears that the show will be back for a fifth season starting next January. Two more seasons will follow, and at that point, Sterling Cooper Draper Cramer Price Alcoholism Racism & Philanderer, Inc will be closing… » 6/12/11 1:00pm 6/12/11 1:00pm