Plus: The Client List rubs out another season, hillbilly Survivor is coming to TV, and Mad Men paid big for The Beatles.
HOW 'BOUT THAT ELEVATOR SCENE, EH?
In “Lady Lazarus,” Mad Men invoked Sylvia Plath to give us a little perspective on what might possess Megan to walk away from her increasingly successful advertising career.
FRIDAY, MAY 4 - SUNDAY, MAY 6
Plus: The Comedy Awards, Game of Thrones, and the Amazing Race finale
At the Codfish Ball” dealt largely with the daughters on Mad Men and their attempts to break whatever cycles they were part of.
FRIDAY, APRIL 27 - SUNDAY, APRIL 29
Plus: Game of Thrones, Supernatural, and BBC America's The Thick of It
ANYONE FOR ORANGE SHERBET?
Despite the implications of the episode title, “Far Away Places” wasn’t a destination. It was an exotic pit stop—a little bit weird and a departure from the norm.
FRIDAY, APRIL 20 - SUNDAY, APRIL 22
Plus: Game of Thrones and Fox's 25th Anniversary Special.
SDCP FIGHT CLUB!
For a good chunk of Mad Men’s run, the driving force behind each episode was the question of “Who is Don Draper?” Now, with Don seemingly content in his marriage to Megan, the question is, “Who is everyone else?”
FRIDAY, APRIL 13 - SUNDAY, APRIL 15
Plus: Game of Thrones, NYC 22, and ABC's Titanic miniseries
In “Mystery Date,” the women were badasses and the men were just asses. Mostly. Peggy was somewhere in the middle.
AMERICA'S GOT CABLE
Our biggest match-up yet! Two heavyweights of original programming square off this week, but only one will move forward!
Like a sassier Ann Landers, the wise office manager at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce has decided to take up answering letters from those in need of guidance.
FRIDAY, APRIL 6 - SUNDAY, APRIL 8
Plus: Magic City, The Finder, The Borgias, Fringe, and Mad Men
WELCOME TO MIAMI
Is the tropical-flavored new mob drama worth your time? Here are some first impressions that might help you decide.
Her character's dramatic weight gain is a hot topic on the internet this week, but when we spoke with January Jones recently, she looked like the beautiful Betty Draper we’ve always known.
I'M NOT FAT, I'M RETAINING CANCER
"Tea Leaves" felt tonally and rhythmically off, from the random fortune-lady sequence to the choice of closing song.
Campbell couldn’t spill too many details about what Season 2 has in store, but he did talk about moral ambiguity, slow-burn storytelling, and why you shouldn't give up on the show.
FRIDAY, MARCH 30 - SUNDAY, APRIL 1
Plus: Fringe, Supernatural and Syfy's Seattle Superstorm.
Wherein we highlight the most hilarious and insightful comments from you, the TV.com readership.
FADING SHOW, MEET FADING STARS
Plus: Netflix is no longer interested in saving Terra Nova, AMC is previewing its newest show early, and Ashton Kutcher will probably return to Two and a Half Men.