I had the opportunity to visit the set of one of my favorite shows on television: the sitcom “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” which shoots on the Fox lot. A group of us observed the shooting of a very funny scene in Paddy’s pub (I wish I could tell you the premise, but I can’t reveal any spoilers), toured the set and interviewed the cast. Continue reading
The FX Network was kind enough to bring a group of us online journalists to the Twentieth Century Fox lot to observe the shooting of the comedy “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” and to interview the cast. When I first walked on the soundstage, I immediately was struck with the thought, “So THIS is why TV shows cost so much,” because there were so many crew members, equipment, lights, scaffolds and general buzzing around that it’s apparent that even though the style of the show may be gritty, this is no low-budget indie film shooting in someone’s apartment. After watching many takes on the monitors of a funny scene (that I can only say involves a funeral) the crew took a break so we were able to tour the set. Continue reading
Justified has returned for a second season and it looks like there will be no shortage of gunfights, chases and southern swagger.
Raylan Givens is back, and to that I say…
It’s going to be a great season.
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Timothy Olyphant is interviewed about “Justified” Season Two and the (manufactured) feud between him and Telematic Dan continues! (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)
Yes, it’s me — unknown, unrevered and rarely updated, versus…
Timothy Olyphant — rich, famous, talented and unfairly handsome.
Make sure to watch until the end…
Until next time, Olyphant.
For now, I’ll just leave the final word to your co-star Natalie Zea…
Cast of Mad Men at the 2010 Emmy Awards in Hollywood
AMC MAKES HISTORY AS THE FIRST CABLE NETWORK EVER TO WIN THE EMMY® AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING DRAMA SERIES, FOR “MAD MEN,” FOR THREE CONSECUTIVE YEARS
“BREAKING BAD’S” BRYAN CRANSTON BECOMES FIRST IN CABLE HISTORY TO WIN
OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR IN A DRAMA THREE YEARS IN A ROW
“BREAKING BAD’s” AARON PAUL WINS OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES
Photo of Don Draper’s building in 2010 from Google Maps street view…
Don lives one block from the northwest corner of Washington Square Park, aka NYU Central.
Here’s the full information from Don Draper’s check he writes to Saito and the Honda motorcyle team in Mad Men Episode 405 The Chrysanthemum and the Sword…
Mr. Donald F. Draper
104 Waverly Place, Apt 3B
New York, NY 10011
1012 1705 0000009752
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Did Pete become a man in this episode? Like, a grown man, not a man-child?