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    AMC is Developing a Football Drama, With Tommy Lee Jones in Talks to Direct Pilot

    For those of us in need of something to fill the football-and-weeping niche vacated by the much-missed "Friday Night Lights," AMC is developing a period football drama entitled "The Real All Americans" that looks like it could totally hit the spot.

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    AMC Puts the Full 'Mad Men' Season Premiere Online

    If you didn't see Sunday's "Mad Men" season premiere and have been all "zoobie zoobie what the hell are you talking about?" the past two days, never fear -- AMC's put the complete double-length episode up online here to allow everyone to bask in the glory of 1966...

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    'Mad Men' Season 5 Opener 'A Little Kiss': Review and Recap, Premiere Sets Record

    After an 18-month hiatus, "Mad Men" is back with electric car windows, tacky polyester and even a bit of health consciousness. ("Please, no smoking.") Spoilers ahead!

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    Zoobe Zoobe Zoo! Buy Jessica Pare's 'Zou Bisou, Bisou' on Semi-Ironic Vinyl

    Jessica Paré-as-Megan Draper's sultry take on Gillian Hills' 1961 "Zou bisou bisou," while her husband and guests looked on with varying degrees of admiration, lust, discomfort and embarrassment, was the signature moment of last night's "Mad Men" season premier...

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    'That's the way it works for some': The Welcome Return of the Ladies of 'Mad Men'

    The New York advertising world is the lens through which "Mad Men" filters its expanding array of themes, from counterculture to aging to war to -- at last, as promised by the scenes bookending last night's season premiere "A Little Kiss" -- race. But foremost, for me at leas...

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    Four Beginnings: A Look at the Scenes That Have Opened Each 'Mad Men' Season

    "Mad Men" returns tonight, and while a few details have escaped series creator Matthew Weiner's cone of silence -- that Betty Francis, formerly Draper, will not appear in the two-hour opener, and that one of this year's themes, as in every year, is how the characters adjust or fail...

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    Jon Hamm, Jared Harris and Vincent Kartheiser Talk 'Mad Men' (As Much as Matt Weiner Allows)

    Jon Hamm, Vincent Kartheiser and Jared Harris discuss the hotly anticipated return of their show.

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    How Kevin Smith's 'Comic Book Men' Serves as a Requiem For the 'Clerks' Era

    The AMC reality show offers bittersweet insight into another time in Kevin Smith fandom and in indie film.

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    Jon Hamm Keeps it Classy with 'Mad Men' Cast on Today Show

    Jon Hamm and Co. keep it classy on the Today show. He and his "Mad Men" co-stars and creator discuss the return the show for season five, their seventeen month break, and Hamm's recent comments about reality train-wreck television. He politely stands by his comments about Kim Kardashia...

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    It's 1965 for Newsweek's Retro 'Mad Men' Issue, Complete with Sexist Ads

    Newsweek went back to 1965 for its retro issue featuring a cover story on "Mad Men," returning to AMC March 25. The magazine's "Mad Men" story was written by Eleanor Clift, who recalls her early days at Newsweek back in the 1960s. She recalls, "Women weren’t supposed to be openly ambitious in the ’6...

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