Jul 28, 2015 Web Exclusive

In First Day of Camp—set several weeks before the events of 2001’s Wet Hot American Summer—Michael Ian Black reprises his role as teenage camp counselor McKinley Dozen. We talked to him about making the original film and its new prequel series, filming sex scenes, working with his colleagues from The State, and the focus of his upcoming memoir. More

Jul 27, 2015 Web Exclusive

Nearly 15 years after making the original cult classic, David Wain and Michael Showalter have re-teamed for a follow-up—a prequel, actually—titled Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp. More

Jul 09, 2015 Web Exclusive

Execution. Murder. Rape. Revenge. Infidelity. There seems to be no end to the transgressions that tempt and haunt the characters on SundanceTV's acclaimed drama Rectify (which begins its third season tonight). More

May 16, 2015 Web Exclusive

Ted Chaough was Don Draper’s equivalent at Cutler, Gleason, and Chaough, serving as the agency’s head of Creative. We spoke with Kevin Rahm about playing him for the show's last four seasons. More

May 15, 2015 Web Exclusive

Stan Rizzo was hired by Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce as their new art director during Mad Men’s fourth season. We spoke to Jay R. Ferguson about bringing the agency's resident hippie to life. More

May 14, 2015 Web Exclusive

Sylvia Rosen was the wife of Dr. Arnold Rosen—and Don and Megan Draper’s downstairs neighbor. We spoke with actress Linda Cardellini (Freaks and Geeks, Bloodline) about her Mad Men role. More

May 13, 2015 Web Exclusive

Lane Pryce relocates from London to New York following Sterling Cooper’s merger with Puttnam, Powell, and Lowe at the top of Mad Men’s third season. Lane was installed as the British firm’s physical presence within their American counterpart, and was tasked with lowering the company’s overhead costs—which, naturally, put him at odds with the show’s lead characters, including Don Draper. We spoke to actor Jared Harris about Lane Pryce and his time on Mad Men. More

May 12, 2015 Web Exclusive

Henry Francis was introduced to Don and Betty Draper during at a Kentucky Derby party hosted by Roger Sterling in Mad Men’s third season. We spoke to actor Christopher Stanley about the role he’s played for the past six years. More

May 01, 2015 Web Exclusive

In Welcome to Me, Kristen Wiig stars as Alice Klieg, a woman with Borderline Personality Disorder who hasn’t turned off her television set in over a decade. Save for her longstanding friendship with childhood bestie, Gina (Linda Cardellini), and regular sessions with her psychiatrist (Tim Robbins), Alice lives like a shut-in, choosing to stay home and re-watch taped episodes of Oprah until she’s memorized them word-for-word. When she wins an $86 million dollar lottery, she uses that windfall to finance her own cable show named “Welcome to Me,” where she broadcasts her personal hang-ups and childhood traumas to an increasingly-engaged audience. Welcome to Me is director Shira Piven’s second feature. The filmmaker sat down to talk with us about the movie’s development, balancing comedy with drama, and her own creative upbringing. More