Farewell To 'Mad Men': Quotes Of Wisdom, Wit And Advice

4/5/2015 9:00am EDT
30 Sterling 'Mad Men' Quotes To Live By Forever
“The End Of An Era,” the name given to the final seven episodes of the juggernaut AMC series, MAD MEN, debuts Sunday, April 5th.

How will the award-winning drama end? You’ll have to watch and see. But long after ad man/ladies’ man Don Draper and his SCDP colleagues are gone, their insightful, inspiring, and often-sarcastic words of wisdom will have a place in our lexicon.

Read them. Heed them. Live them. And keep Don, Peggy, Joan, Roger, Betty, et al., alive in you.

Go home, take a paper bag and cut some eyeholes out of it. Put it over your head, get undressed and look at yourself in...

'Better Call Saul' Penultimate Episode Impresses

3/31/2015 10:05am EDT
'Better Call Saul' Recap: 'Pimento' Charges Towards An Epic Seas
Well this is weird. "Better Call Saul" was guaranteed a Season Two right around the time the first season started filming (at least as far as we can tell). You'd think Vince Gilligan, Peter Gould and the rest would have at least a vague mapping of where the full two seasons are headed. Right?

Except "Pimento," this season's penultimate episode (also, the caviar of the South), plays very much like a series finale.

By the end of "Pimento," Saul is fuming, having been told by his brother that he's "not a real lawyer" and that he's just Slippin' Jimmy with a fake online degree. Saul takes off...

'The Walking Dead' Season 5 Finale Was Filled With Heart-Pounding Tension

3/30/2015 8:44am EDT
5 Badass Moments From 'The Walking Dead' Season 5 Finale
If you didn’t end up sopped in nervous sweat by the end of “Conquer,” you may not have been paying attention. Nobody does heart-pounding tension like The Walking Dead and the season 5 finale had it in spades. Half of the show’s beloved characters were in mortal danger at one point, not that that’s anything new. But in a finale it feels like anything could happen. Rick be on their doorsteps in the last few moments. And you never know what a The Walking Dead finale’s biggest shocker is going to be.

“Conquer” sets up the next season’s arc better than any other of the show’s finales ever has....

'Better Call Saul' Review: Another Tremendous Hour Of TV

3/24/2015 9:52am EDT
'Better Call Saul' Recap: 'RICO' Is An Incredible Underdog Story
It's only natural to compare "Better Call Saul" with "Breaking Bad." Because... well, duh.

But the more "Better Call Saul" we see, the more it's clear that these shows couldn't be more different, even if there's a 20-page list of similarities between the two.

Take the scene when Saul clamors through a dumpster full of rotting, unspeakable nursing home filth to try and find the shredded documents he needs to take down Sandpiper Crossing.

Were Walter White ever forced to scrounge through several hundred pounds of soiled Depends, he too would end up as soaked in horribleness as Saul did. W...

'Walking Dead' Recap: A Genuine Shocker

3/23/2015 8:43am EDT
'The Walking Dead' Review: Five Badass Moments From 'Try'
The Walking Dead can feel predictable at times. There are inevitable moments that can make everything else feel like filler. We knew Rick and Shane would one day have an epic showdown, so everything in between was buildup. When Rick promised to kill Gareth with that axe, the audience only had to count the minutes until it actually happened exactly as expected. As soon as Pete was introduced, sitting in a shadowy silhouette on the porch, it was obvious to every regular TWD viewer that Rick would eventually kill him and everything else is just bidding time.

So, when the show manages to pull ...

Does 'Saul' Put The Kettlemans In Their Place

3/17/2015 10:14am EDT
'Better Call Saul' Recap: 'Bingo' Resolves That Kettleman Thing
"Bingo" opens right where our last "Better Call Saul" outing, "Five-O" left off. We're still in Mike Mode, and the hour's first few minutes are spent wrapping up the last few loose threads of Mike's finally-revealed backstory.

As we're in Mike Mode, "Bingo" starts off as a very stern, cool-headed piece of TV. Just like Mike. Then, Mike's done and we're back to Saul, to legal shenanigans and to "Better Call Saul's" usual sense of levity.

Well, not really. "Bingo" may have plenty of charming, offbeat Elder Law moments (Elderly cat lady problems are tough stuff- "Felix will wash himself, but...

5 Badass Moments From 'The Walking Dead' Sunday Night

3/16/2015 8:52am EDT
'The Walking Dead' Recap: 5 Badass Moments From 'Spend'
“Spend” took a huge risk when it sat out many of The Walking Dead’s biggest characters. For an episode so pivotal to the Alexandria arc, it doesn’t feature some of the show’s most important characters like Michonne, Carl, Sasha, and Daryl. Even Rick takes a backseat to most of the action, mostly reacting to the more personal dynamics in Alexandria. But unlike most episodes that focus on the show’s least used characters, “Spend” does so successfully.

The episode does a far better job showcasing the dynamics of Alexandria’s people and Rick’s group than the previous episode’s disastrous dinne...

'Better Call Saul' Brilliant Hour Of Mike

3/10/2015 10:55am EDT
'Better Call Saul' Recap: 'Five-O' Is An Absolutely Brilliant Ho
"Five-O" doesn't come off like an episode of "Better Call Saul" at all. It's all about Mike Ehrmantraut- wearied and grim, with a shadowy film noir kind of color palette. It's not outright funny, but smirkingly amusing in that same way Mike is.

It's like the show became "Better Call Mike" for an hour.

(Although Saul does show up for a few minutes, to comment on Mike's "dancing eyes and bubbly, bon vivant personality").

On the one hand, "Five-O" kinda kills the Mike mystique. He's a stoic guy, he scowls at everything and if he wants to kill you, you're probably half dead already. That's t...

Secrets Of 'The Walking Dead' Spinoff

3/10/2015 9:24am EDT
'The Walking Dead' Spinoff Gets Two-Season Order (First Photo)
"The Walking Dead" will get a series spinoff this summer. The show will be set in Los Angeles and has recieved a two-season order from AMC.

The first season will debut in late summer and consist of six one-hour episodes. The second season will air in 2016.

The show will be produced by Walking Dead execs Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, Greg Nicotero and David Alpert, along with "Sons of Anarchy’s" Dave Erickson, according to Entertainment Weekly.

“We feel empowered by this two-season commitment, a serious show of faith from our network partner AMC,” "Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman s...

Meet 'Rizzoli & Isles' New Addition Idara Victor

3/9/2015 2:05pm EDT
Idara Victor
If the new girl in the Boston Police Department looks familiar, that's because she is. Idara Victor has joined Angie Harmon and Sasha Alexander on Rizzoli & Isles this season as incoming crime analyst Nina, and has been a fantastic addition to the series.

We sat down with her on Wednesday to discuss becoming a part of the popular show, her other - and vastly different - recurring role, and generally getting to know this breakout actress a little bit more.

There are only three episodes left in this season of Rizzoli & Isles, and Idara told us those episodes will find Nina becoming "definit...