Need a little Jon Hamm between Mad Men seasons? Check out this new trailer for Million Dollar Arm.
Hamm plays J.B. Bernstein, a sports agent who is struggling to keep his business afloat when he has an unusual idea – bring talented cricket players from India to the U.S. to play pro baseball.
Based on the true story of Bernstein and baseball pitchers Rinku Singh and Dinesh Patel, Million Dollar Arm refers to the reality show competition Bernstein staged in India to select the cricket players with the most potential to become Major League pitchers.
Mad Men star Jared Harris married his longtime girlfriend Allegra Riggio in Miami on Saturday.
The bride, an actress and TV host, Tweeted a pic with her new husband along with the caption "Just married <3 #TeamHarris #Jally #MarriageEnsued."
Clutching a bouquet of calla lilies, the 38-year-old wore a strapless lace gown and angel wings, which prompted a pal to comment that they were a "match made in heaven."
His Mad Men alter ego is playing the field but in real life, Ben Feldman is a married man.
The actor, 33, wed Michelle Mulitz, 29, on Saturday at the Smokey Glen Farm in Gaithersburg, Md., his rep confirms to PEOPLE.
"Michelle and I were so excited to share this beautiful day with our best friends and family in D.C.," Feldman tells PEOPLE. "No amount of thunderstorms, police chases, government shutdowns or self immolations could keep us from having the best party of our lives."
In a nutshell: James Gandolfini gave one of the greatest performances in one of the greatest roles in one of the greatest series at the dawn of what is now regarded as television's new golden age.
In fact, you could probably remove those qualifying “one of"s and still find heads nodding in agreement among critics, viewers and whatever poor thugs are left hanging around the Bada Bing club, nursing their beers and watching the dancers.
Gandolfini, who died at age 51 in Rome on Wednesday, was known throughout the world for his six seasons on The Sopranos (1999-2007), the classic HBO drama about a mob boss living in suburban New Jersey with his wife, two kids and some occasional, possibly symbolic ducks in the backyard.
Mobster and "waste management" executive Tony Soprano, as brilliantly conceived by series creator David Chase, was perhaps meant to put the kibosh on the romanticized Corleones of The Godfather, ruthless killers who nonetheless had the smooth beauty of movie stars, eyes full of regret and an air of tragic inevitability.
Linda Cardellini says she's living out a sweet and an old-fashioned story: She's marrying her childhood sweetheart.
Speaking to PEOPLE at a Clinique event in New York Tuesday, the Mad Men star, 37, said she first met fiancé Steven Rodriguez when she was just 10 years old and in grade school.
"He was 11. He was the new kid at my school," she said. "He could do amazing bike tricks and I was impressed. Not afraid to say it."
That's one blinged-out baby.
After announcing her engagement Friday morning, Linda Cardellini gave fans a peek at her ring – but let her 15-month-old baby girl do the honors.
"My daughter Lilah-Rose wants everyone to know that her mommy and daddy are getting married..." Cardellini Tweeted that evening, sharing a photo of her little one wearing the diamond.
Apparently engagements are contagious amongst the Mad Men cast.
Just three days after news broke that the show's former actor Jared Harris proposed to Allegra Riggio, one of the show's current stars, Linda Cardellini, has also announced she's a spouse-to-be!
"I was surprised that it was happening at that moment," Cardellini, 37, said on Friday's episode of The View, of fiancé Steven Rodriguez's proposal.
"We were actually with some of the people I love most: my sister, and my cousins and one of my best friends Maura [Tierney] … and we were sitting, and he started getting choked up and then got on his knee. It was very beautiful."
Jared Harris should be feeling anything but Mad right now.
The former Mad Men star, 51, is engaged to his longtime girlfriend, Allegra Riggio, 38.
Riggio couldn't hold back her excitement on social media, posting a Vine of her heart-shaped Erica Courtney sparkler and Tweeting up a storm about the engagement, which was first confirmed by an E! News source.
"SOOOOOOOO HAAAAAAAPPYYYYYYYY AAAAAAAA!" the brunette beauty wrote to one of her followers.
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Pop quiz, Mad Men fans: What does popular L.A. restaurant Border Grill have to do with the hit series?
Turns out there are a few connections. The series films across the street from Border Grill's downtown Los Angeles location. Actor Ben Feldman, who plays opinionated copywriter Michael Ginsberg on the show, is chef Susan Feniger's nephew. And the show's breakout star Jon Hamm used to work for years for Feniger and her business partner, chef Mary Sue Milliken, as a waiter.
That, of course, makes Feniger and Milliken the perfect chefs to recommend some culinary treats to serve at your Mad Men viewing party Sunday night.
Feniger suggests a ceviche dish inspired by her nephew's favorite on the Border Grill menu.
"Ben is a total foodie and because I'm the good Jewish aunt, I always feed him way too much,” she tells PEOPLE. "Although the ceviche has tons of strong flavors, it's light and really satisfying."
Adds the chef, "It's also the perfect dish to have with a martini, and what is more Mad Men than a martini?"
Milliken recommends treating your guests to a yummy torta de tres leches.
"When Jon worked at the Border Grill in the late '90s long before he became Don Draper, he ate platefuls of our torta de tres leches," Milliken says. "It also had a '60s N.Y.C. look and feel to it and is always a crowd pleaser."
Read on to create the perfect full meal to dine like a Mad Men character: