The times, they are a-changin’ on “Mad Men”—but we already knew that. For the past few seasons, we’ve seen Don, Roger and the rest of the old guard struggle to adjust to a society that has less and less need for their brand of hard-drinking, womanizing machismo.
A walk along the Delmar Loop will provide you with a whole who’s who of famous St. Louisans: Scott Joplin, Chuck Berry, T. S. Eliot—the list goes on. But there are also plenty of younger, more contemporary celebrities who are from St. Louis. Here, Cadenza looks into some celebrities whose St. Louis roots aren’t so well-publicized.
Cadenza predicts the Emmys The Emmys are this Sunday, Sept. 22, and in case you don’t have time to catch up on all the quality nominees, we’ve got rundowns of every major category. Will reigning champion “Homeland” continue its domination of the drama awards? Or will resurgent former favorites like “Breaking Bad” and “Mad Men” make a comeback?
The Primetime Emmys are this Sunday, Sept. 23, at 6 p.m., and Jimmy Kimmel will host the show on ABC. We can’t predict if he’ll be funny (honestly, we miss Jimmy Fallon already), but we can guess the winners. Here are Cadenza’s predictions on who will triumph at the 64th Primetime Emmys.
Money is the root of all evil. While I wouldn’t go so far as to say that this is one of the central themes of “Mad Men,” contract disputes between show creator Matthew Weiner and network AMC have kept “Mad Men” off the air since October of 2010. That’s 17 months.
During the middle-of-the-fall entertainment news lull, Cadenza needs to get creative with what stories to run. Our solution? Thinking of TV/movie characters that really should go to our school, if they were, well, real. Here’s what we came up with. Alex Dunphy (“Modern Family”) Wash. U. would give Alex the opportunity to explore all of […]
For pop culture lovers, awards shows are some of the most rewarding and yet disappointing experiences of the year. The Emmys can be particularly hurtful due to the fact that the same people and shows get nominated every year, leaving some beloved options in the dust. Because we’re not quite ready to give up our […]
The season-four finale of “Mad Men” proved that self-fulfilling prophecies do exist. Hopefully, everyone will have enough time to deal with the new Don Draper once “Mad Men” returns next summer.
Cadenza has compiled a list of the most important categories and expounded on which nominees should win and which actually will take home the award.