Alison Brie is ready to be team captain

Brie's new Netflix show 'GLOW' is "waging the war against boring, meek female characters."

This is why you can't watch 'Fear the Walking Dead' on Netflix

Netflix owns 'The Walking Dead,' but another streaming service has the rights to the spinoff.

January Jones' Parenting Philosophy Involves a Beauty Routine for Her 4-Year-Old Son

This 4½-year-old boy's beauty routine sounds delightful.

Bill Cosby, Chris Brown and Isis Open Up About the Burden of Having an Infamous Name

"If I change my name, the terrorists win."

Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeldt Break Up After 18 Years, and Everyone's Bugging Out

Jon Hamm is single now. This is not a drill.

Here Are Your 2015 Emmy Award Nominees

It's a big day for 'Mad Men.'

A Definitive Ranking of Every 'Mad Men' Character Ever

We really mean every character.

8 Reasons Why Peggy Olson of 'Mad Men' Is the Coolest Feminist on TV

"I don't think anyone wants to be one of a hundred colors in a box."

'Mad Men' Is the Best Show for Music on TV — And These Are the Songs That Define It

These songs do more than set the mood — they define a show.

As the Era of 'Mad Men' Ends, Its Legacy Remains Singularly Influential

The final episodes begin April 5.

Watch Christina Hendricks Take Down Workplace Sexism In One Clever Video

"If we're going to run our business like it's the 1960's, I'm going to act like it."

There's a Scientific Reason Why Everyone Thinks Don Draper Is so Cool

And it's definitely not his wardrobe.

The Strange Origins of the 'Mad Men' Theme Song

Surprisingly, America's favorite television theme song wasn't actually written for Mad Men at all.

Watch 25-Year-Old Jon Hamm Get Rejected on a Dating Show

Hope for all you lonely hearts. Some people get better with age.

Did You Catch the 8 Hidden 'Mad Men' 'Scandal' Crossover Cameos?

It's amazing what a little makeup can do...

This Was Quite Simply the Quote Of the Night in Washington

Here's the line that got President Obama some of the most enthusiastic applause at Tuesday's State of the Union.

The 2013 Emmy Award Winners

All the winners from last night's primetime Emmy awards.

Emmy Winners 2013: Full List Of Winners

Full list of winners from the 65th annual Emmy Awards.

Emmy Nominees 2013: Full List Of Nominees and Winners

All the nominees at the 2013 Emmy Awards.

'Does Someone Have to Go?' TV Show: Workplace Drama At Another Level

Fox's new reality show "Does Someone Have to Go?" is about problems in the workplace. Are gossip and unfair pay new problems, or have employees endured them all along?

Smoking Only Has One Benefit — and Even That May Not Be Real

According to a recent Gallup Healthways poll, smoking cigarettes is actually a pretty good indicator of emotional health (or lack thereof).

'Devious Maids' TV Show Review: It Isn't Offensive — Pure and Simple

Is it just me or are we being asked to hate Eva Longoria's show "Devious Maids" because of its supposed Latina stereotypes? I hope she brushes off the unwarranted criticism and keeps on fighting.

'Mad Men' Season 6 Finale: Dick Whitman Returns, Don Draper is Out

What happened during the "Mad Men" finale was murder: the metaphorical murder of the impenetrable Don Draper, who must reclaim his identity as Dick Whitman.

3 Ways 'Mad Men' Season 6 Was All About Class Warfare

The servant class/ruling class dynamic of "Downton Abbey" was all over "Mad Men" this season.

Mad Men Season 6 Finale: 9 Things I Learned From Jamming All Six 'Mad Men' Seasons Into a 3-Month Period

It's not ideal to watch the intense, often emotionally trying series all at once, but I did gain and observe a few things from "rushing" the experience.

5 Reasons Pete Campbell is the 'Mad Men' Character We Love to Hate

On a show filled with miserable people doing terrible things, Pete Cambell of "Mad Men" has the distinction of being the most reviled.

Pete Campbell is the Future Whether You Like It Or Not

The "Mad Men" episode, "Tale Of Two Cities" will be looked back on as the beginning of the rise of Pete Campbell. Finally, he is a man stepping into his skin and we would be wise to watch.

'Mad Men' Doesn't Have a Race Problem

Plenty of critics have pointed out that the show fails to engage with the racial tension of the 1960s, but are TV shows really responsible for rectifying past sins for current audiences?