The darkly comic swamp noir story that follows two lifelong best friends, Hap Collins (James Purefoy), an East Texas white boy with a weakness for Southern women, and Leonard Pine (Michael Kenneth Williams), a gay, black Vietnam vet with a hot temper will return in 2017.
The former star of “Mad Men” discusses her new (very different roles) in SundanceTV’s new series “Hap and Leonard.”
From MTV’s “Undressed” to AMC’s “Mad Men.”
What has the cast of “Mad Men” been up to lately? Christina Hendricks’ role in HAP AND LEONARD is just the tip of the iceberg.
From “Drive” to “Lost River,” she’s starred in some of the most-talked-about indies of the past few years.
SundanceTV announced today that multiple Emmy® nominee Christina Hendricks (“Mad Men”) has joined the cast of its newest original scripted series HAP AND LEONARD. She joins previously announced cast members James Purefoy, Michael Kenneth Williams, Bill Sage and Jimmi Simpson.
TV Guide’s Mike Schneider introduces the outstanding cast of Mad Men on this week’s BEHIND THE STORY.
Christina Hendricks’ portrayal of Joan Harris on Mad Men turns heads for sure. But the talented redhead — who just earned her fourth Emmy nomination — is so much more than an hourglass figure and a pen necklace. To wit, her top five movies.
The 50 glorious minutes that are the first episode of Mad Men season 4 more than justify all the show’s pre-premiere hype. Spoiler Alert: If you didn’t cancel all your plans between 10-11 pm last night and sit glued to AMC, then you’ll want to click away until you come to your senses and watch Betty and Don and the rest of the gang in all their season 4 glory.