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Abigail Spencer Recalls an Awkward Moment in Bed With Jon Hamm on
creator Matthew Weiner had a very specific note for the
actress about her makeup.
There May Never Be a Show Like
It went against nearly every trend that had been established in so-called “quality TV” since the debut of
McKinnon on the ‘Answer’ at the End of
“I made an attempt to [give an] answer.”
Series Finale Recap: For the Good Guys
The most underrated, overlooked show on TV takes its last bow.
Recap: Always, Daniel
Clayne Crawford’s performance is the farewell season’s greatest revelation.
Recap: Glasses in the Locker
These final episodes of
inch right up to the edge of reckoning.
Tawney Opens Up About Her Birth Parents in a Moving
Time for a prayer.
Recap: Grizzly Madams
Does this show really have to end?
Recap: Holden Back the Years
Any character touched by Hannah’s death will never feel fully unburdened.
Recap: Tire Blood
In a place like Paulie, change doesn’t happen overnight.
Recap: Janet’s Reno
“Yolk” feels like a bizarro CW show in the very best way.
Abigail Spencer Talks
“I love the costume drama of it all. I’m like, ‘Yes! Give me all the period costumes!’”
Season Premiere Recap: Grate Expectations
“A House Divided” is a surreal episode.
new york television festival
Ray McKinnon on What
Is Really About
“The death penalty, the prison-industrial complex, all of that are around the story.”
Aden Young on His Most Memorable
“Part of me is very sad to let him go, but I know that that day is coming.”
’s Final Season Will Have a Big Reveal
“Hopefully how we deal with that will leave you — in a
way — satisfied.”
Will End After 4 Seasons (You Should’ve Watched, Dammit)
It’s been renewed for a fourth and final season.
Is Among the Most Radical Storytelling on TV
Did he or didn’t he?