The "Mad Men" creator spoke out against writer Kater Gordon's accusations during a book signing.
Matthew Weiner denied the allegations.
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"You really like those AMC shows don't you?" a woman asked me recently. To which I said, "Yes, I do." For AMC means it when they say story matters here. Also, it's their compelling characters who give depth to their stories. Therefore, both story and characters matter at AMC.
"I have never been clear, and I have always been able to live with ambiguities," said Weiner. "In the abstract, I did think
When he’s on an upward trajectory -- calm, confident and cool -- that is also intensely magnetic. My nickname for early-seasons
"Artists frequently hide the steps that lead to their masterpieces. They want their work and their career to be shrouded in the mystery that it all came out at once."
If you watched, you're surely pondering the meaning of Draper/Whitman's latest and greatest incarnation as New Age pitchman of killer soft drinks. But I've also given a lot of thought to something else: What was Mad Men trying to tell us about America?
We'll miss you, Don Draper. Cheers! After eight years, "Mad Men" finally came to a close on Sunday night in a series finale
In all seriousness, I absolutely get that “Mad Men” loves to play around with ambiguity, grey areas and doubt -- and I’ve
Elisabeth Moss, Matthew Weiner, John Slattery and many more stopped by HuffPost Live to share what we can look forward to on the series finale of the AMC hit "Mad Men."