“Mad Men” capped its seven-season run on Sunday night with a tantalizing development. Meditating atop a hill in California, Don Draper appeared to find inspiration for creating Coca-Cola’s 1971 “Hilltop” ad.
After seven seasons, it’s time to say goodbye to Don Draper. The “Mad Men” series finale is one of six shows to watch this week.
New York rapper Lionel Pickens, who goes by the name “Chinx”, was shot and killed on Sunday while driving through the city’s borough of Queens, police said.
Comedian Louis C.K. sent the social media world into a tizzy with his Saturday Night Live monologue that touched on the Middle East, racism and child molestation.
Of the 172,000 people who entered the City of Rock over the festival’s four days, only 21,156 were from Las Vegas.
The final day of Rock in Rio USA was blessed with gorgeous weather and plenty of great moments. Here’s a look at the top five:
If people still do that thing where they name their babies after where they were conceived, you can expect an influx of young people called Strip and Circus Circus Adjacent.
Mother Nature saved her best for last with a gorgeous Saturday afternoon inside the City of Rock.
Still plenty to see at festival’s “Pop Weekend” while waiting for the main attraction
“Mad Max: Fury Road” has been hailed as a great apocalyptic movie with pro-feminist leanings. But is Charlize Theron’s character as empowered as, say, Sigourney Weaver’s role was in the “Aliens” franchise?
Saturday marks the 25th anniversary of Jim Henson’s untimely death at age 53. Bill Prady, co-creator of “The Big Bang Theory” and exec producer of ABC’s new primetime comedy “The Muppets,” began his career at Jim Henson Co. Here he shares his memories of working with the innovative producer and puppeteer whose legacy lives on through the Muppets and other groundbreaking creations.
Mindy Kaling is going digital: Hulu has ordered a fourth season of “The Mindy Project” — 26 new episodes in all — of the comedy series Fox recently cancelled.