Matthew Weiner

Emmy Award-winning writer, director and producer

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Matthew Weiner is an Emmy Award-winning TV writer, producer and director. His first novel is Heather: the Totality.

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For millions of viewers, last night’s season premiere of AMC’s Mad Men was the beginning of the end.

The Beginning of the End of 'Mad Men'

For millions of viewers, last night’s season premiere of AMC’s Mad Men was the beginning of the end.

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Matthew Weiner reflects on Mad Men as its seventh and final season begins its final run.

Matthew Weiner: Mad Men

Matthew Weiner reflects on Mad Men as its seventh and final season begins its final run.

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AMC’s Mad Men is up for three awards during the Emmys tonight -- including one for outstanding drama.

Mad Men’s Matthew Weiner on TV vs Filmmaking

AMC’s Mad Men is up for three awards during the Emmys tonight -- including one for outstanding drama.

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