Mad Men might be done, but there are still a few more awards for the show—and star Jon Hamm—to add to its tally.
The eighth time was the charm for Jon Hamm. The actor, who had been nominated for Emmys seven times previously—and gone winless—for his iconic role as Mad Men's Don Draper, finally won the trophy Sunday night, in his eighth and final year of eligibility.
Mad Men has sailed off into the sunset, but the show's victory lap continued Saturday night as Jon Hamm took home a TCA Award for his performance as Don Draper in the AMC drama's final season.
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AMC is calling it "The End of an Era," and that's not hyperbole. Mad Men, the network's signature show, is coming to an end. Its final seven episodes begin airing at 10 p.m. ET Sunday, April 5, which would put the series finale on May 17.
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While he wasn’t physically onstage during Friday night’s PaleyFest panel, Mad Men creator Matt Weiner cast a long shadow over the proceedings—so much so that the only potential spoilers leaked by the stars of the
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