Mad Men

Mad Men season 7 episode 9 review: New Business

Frances Roberts Review Apr 13, 2015

This week’s Mad Men may not be a classic, but it takes care of old business and starts clearing a path to the show’s finale…

Mad Men season 7 episode 8 review: Severance

Frances Roberts Review Apr 8, 2015

The past comes back to haunt Don, Joan and Ken in Mad Men's latest episode, which shows that it's still more than capable of surprise...

Mad Men: AMC's plans for a Sally or Peggy spin-off

Louisa Mellor News Mar 12, 2015

During Matthew Weiner's post-season 4 Mad Men negotiations, AMC planned to make a spin-off about Sally or Peggy...

Banshee: why great pulp TV doesn't need prestige

Gabriel Bergmoser Feature Feb 9, 2015

Cinemax's ace, underrated Banshee may not be labelled 'quality' TV, but it's all the more fun for wearing its pulp heart on its sleeve...

Mad Men: season 7 part 2 UK start date confirmed

Rob Leane News Mar 27, 2015

Prepare yourself - Thursday the 9th of April is Sky Atlantic's UK premiere date for Mad Men’s final seven episodes...

Den Of Geek's top TV episodes of 2014

Den Of Geek Feature Dec 19, 2014

Doctor Who, Sherlock, Game Of Thrones and more... As nominated by Den Of Geek writers, here are our favourite TV episodes of 2014

Black Mirror: White Christmas review

Louisa Mellor Review Dec 16, 2014

Charlie Brooker’s terrific Black Mirror Christmas special with Jon Hamm & Rafe Spall tells three very human tales of tech paranoia…

Black Mirror interview: Charlie Brooker, Jon Hamm, Rafe Spall

Louisa Mellor Interview Dec 16, 2014

We chatted to Charlie Brooker, Jon Hamm and Rafe Spall about tech dystopia Black Mirror’s terrific festive episode, White Christmas…

Mad Men season 7 part 1 Blu-ray review

James Hunt Review Nov 3, 2014

The Mad Men season 7.1 Blu-Ray release proves the show is as solid as it's ever been, even if the disc extras aren't much cop...

Sticking up for the unpopular kids in geek TV’s playground

Den Of Geek Feature Jul 25, 2014

From Lori Grimes to Wesley Crusher, Den Of Geek's writers defend some of TV fandoms’ least-loved fictional characters…

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