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Alexis Bledel and Vincent Kartheiser's Not-So-Secret Love: A Brief History of the Couple's Uber-Private Life Together

Originally posted 05/19/2016 03:30PM

The secret is out! Alexis Bledel and husband Vincent Kartheiser are the proud parents of a baby boy.

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John Slattery Opens Up About Father's Hearing Loss, Working with Julia Louis-Dreyfus on Veep

Originally posted 05/04/2016 12:30PM

John Slattery is opening up about his father's hearing loss and how it has affected the family.

On Tuesday, the Mad Men alum helped Duracell launch its new "Stay Connected" initiative, which to bring more attention to the issue of hearing impairment and encourage people to get tested and get a hearing aid if they suffer from loss.

Of his own father Jack Slattery's struggle with his hearing loss, the actor told PEOPLE: "He was disconnected from the every day events in his life and our life."

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Check Out Alexis Bledel's Spacious and Airy Brooklyn Penthouse Apartment

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Check Out Alexis Bledel's Spacious and Airy Brooklyn Penthouse Apartment

Originally posted 04/26/2016 02:50PM

Bledel and husband Vincent Kartheiser just sold their penthouse duplex for $1.32 million

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Golden Globes

UpdatePosted 01/25/2016 08:20PM

Jon Hamm's Name Is Misspelled on His First Golden Globe: 'Guys, There's No H'

Originally posted 01/25/2016 08:20PM

Jon Hamm may have tasted Golden Globes glory twice, but unfortunately not all of the awards are created equally.

Hamm revealed that the statuette he received first win for Mad Men back in 2008 misspells his name as "John Hamm."

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Filed Under: Mad Men, TV News, Jon Hamm

Golden Globes

UpdatePosted 01/11/2016 07:50AM

Jon Hamm Wins the 2016 Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Television Series, Drama

Originally posted 01/10/2016 09:40PM

Adding one more feather to his fedora, Jon Hamm won the 2016 Golden Globe for best actor in a television series, drama, for his role as Don Draper in Mad Men.

"Thanks to Mr. [Matthew] Weiner, who wrote this horrible person all the way through to the end of this incredible ride and picked me to play him," said Hamm, 44, while accepting the award – his second for the role that won him his first Globes statuette in 2008.

"Also thank you for not taking my suggestion and ending the entire series on Chumbawamba," he joked. "You picked the right song. Thank you so much."

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January Jones Says Her Son Wants to Swim with Sharks: 'He Has to Wait Until He's 10'

January Jones Says Her Son Wants to Swim with Sharks: 'He Has to Wait Until He's 10'

Originally posted 09/29/2015 02:55PM

Filed Under: Mad Men, January Jones

Primetime Emmy Awards 2015

Emmys 2015: Jon Hamm Wins Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for Mad Men

Originally posted 09/21/2015 12:10PM

In a dramatic and long sought-after victory, Jon Hamm won the award for outstanding lead actor in a drama series for his role as Don Draper on Mad Men at the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards Sunday night.

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Primetime Emmy Awards 2015

Emmys 2015: Andy Samberg Hilarious Spoofs Mad Men Finale Coke Ad

Originally posted 09/21/2015 12:10AM

Host Andy Samberg showcased his singing chops at Sunday’s 67th Primetime Emmy Awards when he spoofed the Coca-Cola ad featured in the series finale of AMC's Mad Men.

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Twitter Is Really Happy Jon Hamm Finally Got His Emmy

Emmy Awards

Twitter Is Really Happy Jon Hamm Finally Got His Emmy

Originally posted 09/20/2015 11:25PM

In case you missed it, Jon Hamm's Emmy for lead actor in a drama series for Mad Men had quite a storied lead-up to it. Namely, that it was his first win after 16 nominations since 2008.

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Presenting the 2015 Emmy Awards Yearbook Senior Class | Mad Men, Mad Men (Season 7), Jon Hamm

Presenting the 2015 Emmy Awards Yearbook Senior Class

Originally posted 09/15/2015 03:00PM

The 2015 Emmy Awards are Sunday, and we just can't wait to see so many graduating television shows march off to their brave new future in syndication or Blu-Ray rerelease or whatever it is that happens to TV shows in this elaborate mixed metaphor where they're high school students.

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