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
Ah, sexism. No one does it better than Mad Men.
This is a fantastic montage, cut by K. Ryan Jones and posted online by cast member Rich Sommer (Harry Crane) . [Sommer’s Twitter]
Here it is…
Mad Men Season 4 Cast Photo
So let’s get into it, shall we? Raising monocle to eye, I observe the following…
- No Sal. Still trolling for leather-vested tail in Central Park?
- No Paul Kinsey. How much you want to bet he’ll pop up on his acoustic in a Greenwich Village coffee house?
- Ken Cosgrove is here, despite not being invited to join Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce at end of Season 3. Is he still Ken? Cosgrove? From Accounts?
- All the men’s haircuts are longer, which suggests…what year? (what am I, a hair historian?) Continue reading
It’s here. And it’s pretty cool.
Not quite as blow-you-away cool as last season’s pic (Don Draper underwater) but still…cool.
Mad Men series creator and showrunner Matthew Weiner has said the theme of Season Four will be “Who Am I?” Which is kinda odd, as I thought that was the theme of Season One (or more accurately: Identity).
Here it is…
John Hamm as Don Draper in the Mad Men Season 4 teaser poster
One blogger suggested that the Waldorf Astoria hotel is seen in the distance, which is owned by Conrad Hilton (a returning character?) and the surrounding buildings suggest Don’s location is near Rockefeller Center. That seems to be a stretch to me, but I’ll leave that up to the experts.
Here’s some other goodies from AMC TV’s Mad Men site to hold you over until the big Season 4 premiere on July 25, 2010: Continue reading