Mad Men: Working Girls

Over the years, viewers have watched the very different trajectories of the lives of Joan and Peggy. Each has navigated the choppy waters of the cultural sea change in the 1960s of women in the workplace—in which "jobs" can now be "careers"—with their own methods that are as diverse as their results. » 5/29/12 4:40pm 5/29/12 4:40pm

Earth-Shattering Mad Men News: Peggy Has A New Hairdo

Perhaps we shouldn't be this excited about Peggy's new look, but it's really the only interesting tidbit in the new season four promo pics. Click to see yet another shot of Don, Pete, and Roger in a restaurant. [USA Today] » 6/22/10 9:20am 6/22/10 9:20am

Mad Men Valentines Say, "I Love You Even More Than My Mistress"

We love John Webster's unofficial Mad Men Valentines, but since they don't cover Season 3, we've made a few more. Feel free to print them out, paste on macaroni, and give them to your Valentine — or even your spouse. » 2/10/10 5:00pm 2/10/10 5:00pm

Mad Men: "Enjoy The World As It Is. They'll Change It, And Never Give…

With Sterling Cooper for sale, Betty finding Dick in a box, and JFK's assassination and feminism's second wave on the horizon, people's worlds are going to change, and they will each see it differently…"but they don't really want to." » 10/19/09 12:00pm 10/19/09 12:00pm

Mad Women Experience Frequent Aftershocks

How does Mad Men create a women's world in the midst of a man's? With great writing and compelling actors, obviously, but also through more subtle means: » 9/23/09 7:20pm 9/23/09 7:20pm

Model Confronts Online Enemy; Is Simon Doonan Redecorating The White…

15 Feminist Moments From Mad Men

Matt Weiner, creator of Mad Men, regards his show as feminist, because, he tells HuffPo, it has a "painfully accurate portrayal of the treatment of women [in the 1960s]." We agree, and gathered 15 of our favorite telling moments. » 7/14/09 7:00pm 7/14/09 7:00pm