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January 13 2008

Mad Men wins the Golden Globe for Best Drama Series. Woohoo! Congrats to (Whedon alumni) Vincent Kartheiser and Christina Hendricks.

That is so freakin' awesome! Yay Mad Men!!!
This is nice. I've only seen the first few episodes of Mad Men but I want/need to watch the rest.
Yes! See the rest! It's a great show, and I'm glad it got Best TV Drama. Let's also hope we see a second series soon. It's coming of course, but when it's coming depends on what's happening strike-wise.
HydeMe -- set your DVR! According to the Mad Men website, season one encores return on Mon., Jan. 21 @ 12AM | 11C (Sun.).
I'm so happy Mad Men won. I just feel bad for Jon Hamm & the rest of the cast for not getting to shine in their moment of public recognition. Oh, well. Hopefully, the Emmys will show it some love too.

[ edited by keysersoze on 2008-01-14 04:37 ]
karosurly - Thanks for sharing that! That's great! I plan on checking the series out now that I finally have cable at home.
More importantly on this site since both Joss and Willow are big fans:

TV's Tina Fey won the Golden Globe for Best Actress!!!

Go Liz Lemon go!
Changed the link to one that featured the GG news. Congrats to the Whedon alumni.
Hell yeah, it did. I am so obsessed with Mad Men. And seeing Matt Weiner on Wednesday! Yay!
I've never seen it, but if it's so good, that encore might be interesting, with the lack of everything else...
Woo-hoo!!! This is my absolute favorite television series in years, they completely deserve the win!

(If you want to spoil yourself, there are some Youtube clips featuring Christina and Vincent)
That's great! A real quality show, I'm really looking forward to the second season. I love it when a good cable show gets some recognition. It raises the bar for the mostly junk shows on broadcast network, and hopefully sends a message to the studios that the audience isn't all made up of viewers who are satisfied with dumb sitcoms and intelligence insulting reality shows.
I've been meaning to check this out. But they don't air it in Canada so I'll have to wait for the dvd. I'm happy that Angel alums are doing well.

I'm aghast that Lost wasn't even nominated for best drama. In my opinion there isn't a better show out there on the broadcast networks or cable. They're cutting it out now because it is a 'genre' show, just like they did with Buffy and Angel.

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