The Netflix Inc. political thriller “House of Cards” received nine nominations for Emmy Awards, including best drama, marking the first time an Internet streaming service will vie for TV’s top honors.
“I went astray from the straight road and woke to find myself alone in a dark wood,” reads Don Draper, the Hawaii sun reddening his hairy chest, early in the Season 6 premiere of AMC’s “Mad Men.”
“Top of the Lake” is every bit as harsh, eccentric and spellbinding as G.J., the witch-haired mystic-feminist that Holly Hunter plays in it.
Oscar winner Jane Campion’s next project, a mystery thriller featuring “Mad Men” actress Elisabeth Moss and fellow Academy Award holder Holly Hunter, won’t be coming to a cinema near you.
Spoiler alert: “Mad Men” is looking brighter this year.
“Mad Men,” cable TV’s look back at the 1960s-era advertising industry, will vie for an unprecedented fifth Emmy award in its category after being nominated again as a finalist for TV’s best drama.