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  1. Emmys Preview: The Six Biggest Stories to Follow on Sunday Night

    Andy Greenwald

    This Sunday night on CBS, the 65th-annual Emmy Awards will celebrate the year in television excellence. Like most meth-addled Americans, I won't be watching — at least not live. Instead, I'll be tuning in to AMC to watch some truly excellent te...

    Blog | September 20, 2013
  2. The Emmy Nominations: Netflix Takes Its First Bow While the Usual...

    Andy Greenwald

    Kate Mara was a no-show for the Emmy announcements this morning, broadcast as they have been since time immemorial from the steerage class mess hall on Les Moonves's war yacht. Airplane trouble was to blame — the actress was reporting a story f...

    Blog | July 18, 2013
  3. The Mad Men Postseason Awards: The Most Valuable Players, Rookies...

    Andy Greenwald

    It turns out, the most important line from the Season 6 premiere of Mad Men wasn't a quote from Dante and it wasn't Roger's self-pitying spiel about doorways. It was Don's postcoital admission to Sylvia that he doesn't "want to do this anymore." But ...

    Blog | June 24, 2013
  4. The Return of 'Mad Men'

    Andy Greenwald

    The best show on TV faces the big wind-down.

    Story | Conversation | April 03, 2013
  5. TV Mailbag: The Mount Rushmore of Bad Characters on Good Shows, S...

    Andy Greenwald

    You sent in your questions to And now Andy Greenwald will answer them. It's TV mailbag time! Who's your Mount Rushmore of bad characters from good shows? Current and past shows. — Shane M., Philadelphia I w...

    Blog | November 29, 2012
  6. Would Somebody Give Jon Hamm an Emmy Already?

    Andy Greenwald

    Obscured in the cavalcade of doo-wop harmonies and uncomfortable show-runner sex gags was a larger story unfolding at last night's Emmys. Namely: why can't Jon Hamm win? It's not for lack of popularity: the guy is the de facto mayor of Hollywo...

    Blog | September 19, 2011
  7. Jon Hamm to Play Stupid Again, Wisely

    Andy Greenwald

    When a television show is a hit, it's only natural for its stars to begin branching out into other media. But when that show happens to be a critical hit more than a commercial one, it becomes (wait for it) critically important for the stars to diver...

    Blog | July 25, 2011