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Weird Al Hilariously Spoofs All Your Favorite TV Theme Songs At The Emmys

“Weird Al” Yankovic continued his no holds barred pop culture takeover with a silly and spirited performance at tonight’s Emmy Awards. His targets were a selection of this year’s nominees, as he added lyrics to some of TV’s most memorable instrumental theme songs.

Mad Men's Annoying Marketing Ploy Will Split Blu-ray Into Two Sets

Good news dropped today for folks who love AMC’s long-running drama Mad Men. Lionsgate announced earlier today that the drama’s final season will be headed to Blu-ray, DVD and Digital, soon. Since the second half of the seventh season doesn’t hit the schedule until the spring of 2015, the release announcement might seem a bit premature. But that’s where the bad news comes in.

Why Are So Many TV Stars Struggling To Turn Into Movie Stars?

Many TV watchers claimed the last decade plus of television was a golden age of programming, but it may have been a golden age of characters and their must-watch transformative arcs. Actors like Cranston, or the late James Gandolfini, never became transcendent out of their signature roles.

The Hunger Games Movie Studio Launches Video Game Division

Lionsgate Entertainment has officially jumped into the video game development and publishing space. They didn't quite make it clear if they will be making any games internally, or publishing any of their own LP, but they did make it clear that they really, really want the dollar-dollar bills associated with the interactive entertainment industry.

Mad Men Ratings Up With DVR Numbers But Still Down From Last Year

Following up on word that Mad Men had a pretty dismal final-season debut, there's better news today. Factoring in DVR users who watched the Season 7 premiere episode in the days following Sunday night's broadcast, the total number of viewers shifted up significantly, with a total of 3.7 million viewers tuning in.

Mad Men Season 7 Premiere Ratings Drop Drastically From Last Year

Mad Men returned for the start of the first half of its seventh and final season last night, and the ratings weren't good. In fact, the series' Season 7 premiere was down more than a million viewers by comparison to the 3.4 million who tuned in for the Season 6 premiere last Spring.

The Simpsons Amusingly Sends Up Mad Men's Non Sequitur 'Next Week' Promos

I’m a die-hard Simpsons fan who shamelessly threw away my apologist hat long ago, and while the rise in episode quality over the last few years is arguable, there’s no denying Matt Groening’s crew has finally learned how to stay abreast of the zeitgeist. (Think the recent Letterman tribute and the constantly changing opening credits and guest-animated couch gags.)

Watch A Young Jon Hamm Lose On A Dating Game Show

Jon Hamm has been with the same woman since the late 1990s. He’s not actively looking to bring home any ladies, but let’s be honest, if he put his mind to it, he could probably do some real damage to the dating pool. He’s famous, successful, extremely handsome and gifted in other physical areas.

4 New Mad Men Photos Have Us Soaring With Speculation

We're flying up, up, and away from the Mad Men we once knew — at least as evidenced by the new photos released today. Given that the AMC series is exactly one month away from premiering its seventh and final season we are in (cue the musical intro) the final countdown (dun-na-nuh-nun, dun-na-nuh-nuh-nun) mode. But it seems as though things are up in the air for the familiar faces of Sterling Cooper & Partners, and they’re all headed out to Cali-forn-i-a.

Mad Men Reveals Season 7 Key Art: Who Is Milton Glaser?

So, AMC has gotten the ball rolling on the Mad Men season seven promotional onslaught! Yesterday’s brought us a 15-second wordless teaser, and today we have the key art featuring popular graphic designer of the 50s and 60s, Milton Glaser. And it’s no accident that the series’ creator, Matthew Weiner, chose this particular artist to craft the poster’s colorful artwork.

Stop The Presses: A Mad Men Teaser Is Here At Last

Oh my goodness, oh my goodness, oh my goodness! Finally, one of those stereotypically thin but still exciting clips from the final season of AMC’s hit Mad Men has hit the Internet. With just over a month to go until Don Draper (Jon Hamm) returns to his drinking, womanizing ways — for the last time. And frankly, the excitement is palpable — even if there isn't any in this teaser.

Mad Men Video Sums Up Don Draper In Less Than Two Minutes

To the average spectator, Don Draper might seem like a rather dapper, put-together dude, but under the surface, we know that's not the case. In fact, Mad Men's spent seasons giving us a peek beneath the surface of Don Draper's mask, peeling back the layers of booze, cigarettes, women and secrets to help us try to understand this guy better.

Mad Men's January Jones Calls Out Fifty Shades Of Grey For Don Draper-Like Poster

Mad Men star January Jones, who plays the former wife to Jon Hamm's Don Draper, Instagrammed a picture of the Fifty Shades of Grey poster along with the caption, "Does this look familiar to anyone else?#madmenpostercirca2010."

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Top 5 TV Shows of 2013: Alicia's List

2013 has been a great year for television — perhaps one of its strongest in recent memory — so narrowing down a list of favorites was no small feat. Luckily for us, TVBlend is home to numerous writers with a myriad of tastes, which is why we decided to go solo this year in picking and sharing our Top 5 lists of the best series of 2013. Up next here is Assistant TV Editor Alicia Lutes, with a list that starts off with Mad Men at number five.

Community Nails It With A Mad Men Promo Parody

When hearing that Community’s latest promo was a spoof of Mad Men, the first two thoughts that came to mind was the slow silhouette of Jeff Winger falling from a building, or something involving Annie, as Alison Brie is a pretty notable common thread between the two series. But Community took it one step better, not by spoofing Mad Men so much as spoofing the relatively useless and overly teasy Mad Men episode promos,

From Breaking Bad To Homeland: Which Emmy Contenders Deserve To Win?

Predicting the Emmy Awards isn't always an easy task, but it's certainly fun to speculate over the nominees, which is what we did for the Outstanding Drama Series category. Arguments can really be made for or against all of the nominees in the category. There are six nominated dramas, and as it happens, some of us here at Cinema Blend were able to come up with solid arguments as to why some of these dramas deserve to win this year. And then there are the dramas that might not be so deserving, either for the win or even the nomination.

Mad Men's Final Season Will Be Split In Half, Just Like Breaking Bad

Can Mad Men keep up the same fan fervor that Breaking Bad did between seasons? I was one of apparently many millions of people who feverishly caught up on Breaking Bad between the first and second half of season 5, after hearing so many friends rave about the show and its tense, masterful plotting. Mad Men, on the other hand, could care less about Breaking Bad style tension and plot twists, and in recent seasons has seem invested in the mercurial Don Draper to its own detriment

Mad Men Season 6 Will Hit Blu-ray And DVD In November

It’s still August, and with the summer heat still bearing down on many of us across the country, it seems a little early to be thinking about Mad Men. AMC’s critically acclaimed series isn’t expected to return for its seventh and final season until 2014, but as it turns out, fans will be able to catch up on Season 6 episodes much sooner. Mad Men: Season 6 will hit Blu-ray, DVD, and digital download on November 5, 2013.

Operation Kino 120: Don Draper Is Driving Us All Crazy

This week we're all fed up with Don Draper, but we can't decide if that's a good or a bad thing as we bring in special guest Joe Reid to discuss the season finale of Mad Men. Plus Katey gets upset when people try to critique movies they haven't seen, Patches is stressed about his love of John Hodgman, we wonder what it would be like if you could alter all art with your mind, and we ponder our favorite movie musical numbers for this week's lightning round question

How Mad Men Season 6 Was Secretly About Vietnam

On a show as dense as Mad Men, you sometimes don't know what you're looking at until weeks after you've seen it-- though that won't stop the Internet from figuring it out. Parsing the meaning of certain clothing choices, camera angles and character developments is a weekly game any time that Mad Men is on the air

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