“Spoiler: Weiner’s novel turns on a twist, though if you know his work, the unexpected conclusion actually turns out to be a predictable one.”
‘Mad Men’ is coming to an end. In honor of ‘The End of an Era,’ we bring you the definitive guide of Jewish moments from the hit show. All of them.
Was Rachel Menken the ‘one that got away’? Did she actually find the happiness that eludes Don Draper? Jewish Women’s Archive’s Judith Rosenbaum and Tara Metal discuss.
With ‘Mad Men’ set to resume its final season, Anne Cohen spoke to creator Matthew Weiner about what comes next, what he kept from the set, and the Jewish storyline on the show.
Matthew Weiner, director of the TV hit “Mad Men”, got the inspiration for his first feature film, “Are You Here” from his seven-year-old son — when he bit into a chicken leg.
The Mad Men are us. That was the message “Mad Men” creator Matthew Weiner offered from the stage at a 92d Street Y talk last night, sitting in between Don Draper’s wives — January Jones who plays Betty Draper, now Betty Francis, and Jessica Paré who plays Megan Draper. Caryn James moderated a discussion and the audience was treated to iconic clips from the show, but Weiner was the real MC, mugging and quipping for nearly two hours with the appreciative Manhattan crowd.
Adam Brody, Mayim Bialik, Matthew Weiner, Jon Scheyer, Simon Helberg, Michael Bloomberg
Jennifer Westfeldt, Rebecca Minkoff, Alison Brie, Matthew Broderick, Matthew Weiner
Jonah Hill, Matthew Weiner, Ben Silverman, Adrien Brody, Samantha Ronson, Raphael Benchimol