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'Mad Men' Season 6 pre-cap
Where do we all go from here? By Barbara Card AtkinsonSpecial to MSN TV The sixth season of the...
Late 1960s We last saw the Madison Avenue agency dealing with the time period between Memorial Day...
Don Draper (Jon Hamm) Throughout Season 5, Don was trying to find a new way to approach work,...
Peggy Olson (Elisabeth Moss) Peggy's moved on to a new firm, and Abe's moved in, against her...
Roger Sterling (John Slattery) Single again, disillusioned again (sadly, his awesome LSD-inspired...
Joan (Holloway) Harris (Christina Hendricks) As of last season, Joan became a firm partner, thanks...
Betty Draper Francis (January Jones) When Season 5 started, Betty wasn't happy. When Season 5 ended,...
Sally Draper (Kiernan Shipka) Sally grew up a lot last season, whether she wanted to or not. She hit...
Henry Francis (Christopher Stanley) Henry was as supportive as possible during Betty's thyroid...
Megan Calvet (Jessica Paré) Megan finally landed a commercial, thanks in some huge part to Don....
Pete Campbell (Vincent Kartheiser) Pete doesn't see himself as a bad guy. He's just trying to make...
 Beth Dawes (Alexis Bledel) Fragile Beth was subject to the tides of her brain chemistry and the...
Michael Ginsberg (Ben Feldman) Brash, bold and abrasive, Ginsberg has proved to be a prolific -- and...
Dawn Chambers (Teyonah Parris) She's Don's secretary and the first person of color hired by the firm...
Our guide to TV-viewing theme parties
How fans can celebrate the shows they love By Robert IsenbergSpecial to MSN TV When "Mad Men" became...
"Mad Men" Dress code: Suits and fedoras, cocktail dresses and neck scarves. Food and beverage:...
"Nashville" Dress code: Blue jeans, denim shirts, cowboy hats, heels. Food and beverage: Anything...
"The Americans" Dress code: Anything earth-toned or, duh, '80s wear. Food and beverage: Barbecue,...
"Downton Abbey" Dress code: Smoking jackets, evening gowns, maids' outfits, tuxedoes with tails....
"Game of Thrones" Dress code: Doublets, corsets, suits of armor. Food and beverage: Dornish game...
"Cougar Town" Dress code: Sexy/available, but age-appropriate, of course. Food and beverage:...
"Doctor Who" Dress code: Bow ties, frock coats, Cyberman costumes. Food and beverage: Cookies shaped...
"Grimm" Dress code: Monster masks, trickling blood, pointy ears. Food and beverage: Finger cookies,...
"Girls" Dress code: Anything vintage or pretend vintage, like Urban Outfitters. Food and beverage:...
"American Horror Story" Dress code: Straightjackets, rubber body suit, all-white habit with bleeding...
"Arrested Development" Dress code: Prison jumpsuit, denim short-shorts, sailor uniform, $5,000 suit....
The best and worst TV shows of 2012
By MSN TV contributors It wouldn't be the year-end without our annual list of the best and worst...
No. 10 (Best): "Nashville" With its blend of love triangles, family drama, diva dips and country...
No. 9 (Best): "American Horror Story" Somewhere between dismantling Season 1's haunted mansion and...
No. 8 (Best): "The Mindy Project" Most television viewers recognize Mindy Kaling as the...
No. 7 (Best): "Grimm" To say "Grimm" is a sophomore slump-buster might be an understatement. We...
No. 6 (Best): "New Girl" With a debut season that surprised many, film star Zooey Deschanel ("Elf,"...
No. 5 (Best): "Homeland" In Season 2, this Emmy-sweeping thriller continued to snake shocking plot...
No. 4 (Best): "Modern Family" Even after four seasons, "Modern Family" continues to charm us,...
No. 3 (Best): "Mad Men" After a bleak year without "Mad Men" in 2011, fans were anxious for their...
No. 2 (Best): "The Walking Dead" There's a reason why the zombie apocalypse series "The Walking...
No. 1 (Best): "Game of Thrones" Somehow the creators of "Game of Thrones" have successfully won over...
Facebook fan-favorite best: "The Big Bang Theory" It's no shocker CBS' "The Big Bang Theory" is once...
Facebook fan-favorite worst: Tie between "Two and a Half Men" and ALL reality TV Add up the Charlie...
No. 3 (Worst): "Whitney" Let's drop the i-t-n and e, shall we? Why? Why is this show so bad, and why...
No. 2 (Worst): "American Idol" "American Idol" is like that drunken, careless relative your family...
No. 1 (Worst): Tie between "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" and "Married to Jonas" When Scott...
TV Shows for TV Snobs
10 series you 'should' be watching By Deanna BarnertSpecial to MSN TV Some TV series lure in fans...
"Homeland" The breakout season of this thriller about patriotism, terrorism and mental illness...
"Mad Men" This period drama about the Madison Avenue advertising scene in the '50s and '60s has...
"The Newsroom" Aaron Sorkin's newest drama has critics divided, but accuracy issues aside, no one...
"The Good Wife" Perhaps the most mainstream of all the snobby shows on our list, "The Good Wife" is...
"Game of Thrones" Fantasy series don't often break into the mainstream realm, but the mystical world...
"Louie" Straight from the mind of executive producer, writer, director, editor and star Louis C.K.,...
"Downton Abbey" This costume melodrama about the inhabitants of the fictional Downton Abbey estate...
"Community" Armed with high-concept stories, meta-humor and an eccentric ensemble, this sitcom often...
"Boss" This political drama about a Machiavellian Chicago mayor hiding a degenerative neurological...
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