The fifth season of the M-Net Series’ Mad Men begins on Memorial Day in 1966 (May 30), roughly seven months after season four ended.
The seductive and intriguing world of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce returns and in the season premiere, Don is greeted with a surprise while Pete and Roger clash and Joan has a problem with a houseguest.
Mad Men S5 Starts on Friday 15 June at 22:30
John Slattery is taking time out from Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce to hang out with the Bluths.Read More
Some of your favourite prime-time shows have a new home on the M-Net Series channel.Read More
Jon Hamm insists he is happy playing “third banana” in a movie.Read More
Some of your favourite television pairings keep the romance going even when the cameras aren’t rolling.Read More
29 Jun: Tea Leaves
As Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce tries to build upon its current business, Peggy is given new responsibility.
22 Jun: A Little Kiss Part 2
The fallout from the party leaves Don and Megan upset. Joan has a hard time dealing with her mother.
15 Jun: A Little Kiss
The war between Pete Campbell and Roger Sterling intensifies, and new mother Joan begins to wonder if she still has a job when she's ready to come back.
Page 1 of 1 |
Page 1 of 1 |
Page 1 of 1 |
Jones has an extensive film career in addition to her work on Mad Men, and was most recently seen with Nicolas Cage and Guy Pearce in Seeking Justice, directed by Roger Donaldson, and as Emma Frost in the latest installment of the X-Men series, X-Men First Class. She also appeared alongside Liam Neeson and Diane Kruger in Unknown, directed by Juame Collet-Serra, and opposite Philip Seymour Hoffman and Kenneth Branagh in The Boat That Rocked, written and directed by Richard Curtis. Jones first came to critics’ attention for her performance in the film The Three Burials of Meliquiades Estrada for actor/director Tommy Lee Jones, which debuted at the Cannes Film Festival, and also starred in the critically acclaimed festival hit Swedish Auto, and in the McG-directed We Are Marshall opposite Matthew Fox and Matthew McConaughey.
Additional film credits include roles in American Wedding; Anger Management alongside Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson; Love Actually with Colin Firth and Kiera Knightly; Bandits with Billy Bob Thornton, Bruce Willis and Cate Blanchett for director/producer Barry Levinson; and Full Frontal directed by Steven Soderbergh.
A native of Sioux City, South Dakota, Jones currently resides in Los Angeles.
Hendricks began her career as the opportunistic, career-climbing intern on Showtime’s Beggars and Choosers, which led to a production deal with John Wells. Additional television credits include starring with Taye Diggs in the comedy Kevin Hill, the series The Big Time, and ABC’s The Court in which she starred opposite Sally Field. Hendricks had a recurring role on the extremely successful drama series ER and also recurred on Joss Whedon’s Firefly, Life and Notes From the Underbelly. Additionally, Hendricks has guest starred on some of primetime’s highest rated shows including Body of Evidence, Cold Case, and Without a Trace.
Hendricks film credits include her startling role alongside Ryan Gosling and Carey Mulligan in the critically acclaimed Drive, directed by Nicolas Winding Refn, as well as I Don’t Know How She Does It opposite Sarah Jessica Parker and Greg Kinnear, and Life as We Know It for director Greg Berlanti. She recently began work on Bomb, alongside Annette Bening and Elle Fanning with director Sally Porter, and completed work on the independent feature Leonie, for director Hisako Matsui and The Family Tree for director Vivi Friedman. Additional film credits include La Cucina, South of Pico and Driving Lessons with Dermot Mulroney and Hope Davis.
A native of Idaho, Hendricks currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband, actor Geoffrey Arend.
A student, performer and teacher of improvisation, Sommer received his training and experience with The Brave New Workshop in Minneapolis and the Upright Citizens Brigade in New York. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre Arts from Concordia College in Moorhead, MN and went on to study at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH, where he received his Master of Fine Arts Degree in Acting.
Sommer and his wife, Virginia, live in Los Angeles with their two children.
Off-Broadway, he graced the stage of the Manhattan Theatre Club with performances in Night and Her Stars, Mi Vida Loca and The Extra Man. He also received an LA Drama Critics Award for his role in Three Days of Rain.Most recently, Slattery’s had a recurring role as a new love interest of Gabrielle on the hit series Desperate Housewives and appeared in Clint Eastwood’s critically acclaimed World War II film Flags of Our Fathers.
Slattery has also starred in Mona Lisa Smile, Bad Company, Eraser, Sleepers, City Hall and HBO’s groundbreaking series K Street, which was produced by George Clooney and Steven Soderbergh. He has performed memorable guest appearances on such hit shows as Sex and the City, Will & Grace, Law & Order and Party of Five and was a series regular on Jack and Bobby.
He was also in Charlie Wilson’s War, which was directed by Mike Nichols, Reservation Road and Underdog.
She also starred in Ron Howard’s The Missing with Cate Blanchett and Tommy Lee Jones and Girl, Interrupted with Winona Ryder and Angelina Jolie. Among other film and television credits, Moss has appeared in The Joyriders, Gypsy, Imaginary Crimes and A Thousand Acres.
Since she was five years old, Moss studied ballet inLos Angelesand she continued her studies at theSchoolofAmerican BalletinNew Yorkbefore studying with Susan Farrell at the Kennedy Center in Washington,D.C.
One of his breakout roles was in the 1996 film Alaska, in which his performance was nominated for the Young Artist Award.
Kartheiser was born inMinneapolis,Minnesota, and majored in history at UCLA.
He was a series regular on The Division for three seasons and has also appeared on such shows as CSI: Miami, Point Pleasant, NUMB3RS and Gilmore Girls.
Hamm received a scholarship to study acting at the University of Missouri in Columbia and soon moved to Los Angeles to pursue his career. Film credits include roles in Kissing Jessica Stein, We Were Soldiers, Space Cowboys, and Ira and Abby. Off Broadway and regional theater credits include: A Midsummer Night's Dream, Lipschtick (which would later become the film Kissing Jessica Stein) and The Mousetrap.
He lives in Los Angeles with his girlfriend and his dog.