“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.”
Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. and cable channel AMC agreed to bring back “Mad Men” for a fifth and sixth season, ending a standoff with creator Matthew Weiner .
AMC, a cable channel owned by Cablevision Systems Corp. , is delaying the fifth season of “Mad Men” as it negotiates a contract with the show’s creator.
Jon Feltheimer and Michael Burns crank up the volume as an image flickers to life on a flat- screen TV in their offices at Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. in Santa Monica, California.
Spoiler alert: “Mad Men” is looking brighter this year.
There is an old story, possibly apocryphal, about the brilliant Russian-Danish chess master Aron Nimzovich.
If you spend much time watching old movies on cable channels like TCM, you may feel the impulse to open a window and air out the room. No adult, it seems, is without a cigarette, a cigar or a pipe.
Don Draper and zombies may be enough to entice News Corp. and Walt Disney Co. to chase the most expensive American media takeover in five years.
AMC Networks Inc.’s season debut of “Mad Men” was the series’ most-watched episode, aided by a streaming deal with Netflix Inc. that made past seasons available to viewers.
Cablevision Systems Corp. , the New York-area cable-television provider, is exploring a spinoff of its Rainbow unit, which includes cable channels Sundance, IFC and AMC, the broadcaster of “Mad Men.” The stock jumped.