The Madison Avenue advertising period drama received heaps of critical acclaim, as well as 16 Primetime Emmy Awards during its run, paving the way for complicated anti-hero dramas like “Breaking Bad” to follow.To commemorate the 10th anniversary of its series premiere, After a break from writing television (though he did direct an episode of “Orange Is the New Black” in 2016), Weiner is diving into the past in a new way with his upcoming Amazon series, “The Romanoffs.” Instead of setting the series as a period drama during a tumultuous time in Russian history, his new show will look at those in present day who feel they are descending from the royal Romanov family.
On personal fronts, Don and Betty seem to have settled into an agreement of sorts that Don will try to be a better husband and father.
Although Don makes a romantic gesture for Valentine's - dinner and a hotel stay at the Savoy Hotel - both Betty and Don realize there are still unspoken problems in their marriage.
Sure people are seeing your photos and liking them and commenting on them, but surely no one’s really paying attention to what else you’re doing on there, who you’re following, liking, etc. There are people who are paying attention to exactly that.
Just look at this article about Bronx bombshell Jennifer Lopez and former Bronx bomber Alex Rodriguez. Hope you’ll keep liking each other’s photos for a long, long time.
He first worked on “Saints & Strangers” for them in 2015 but has most recently popped up on the anthology drama “Genius.” Moss joined the cast of Sundance’s crime drama “Top of the Lake” in 2012, while she was still working on AMC’s advertising drama.
She will be back for the second season, “Top of the Lake: China Girl,” this fall, in addition to her recent starring role on the hit dystopian drama “The Handmaid’s Tale.” The second Mrs.
But, some Instagram users are more outwardly curious than us miserable narcissists.
The famously private couple—who have reportedly been together since 2011—now has two young daughters.
But I can’t imagine having the sense to click over to the other window to see who is liking other people’s stuff. For so many people like me, Instagram is such a profound expression of self-punishment that it’s anathema to the whole experience that we would care what other people are doing on other people’s feeds. Rodriguez has a long history of dating movie stars (Cameron Diaz, Kate Hudson, Charlotte Rampling—well, two of the three, anyway) and Lopez has a long history of dating younger men. Geographically I’m not sure how they’re making that work.