Getty ImagesIt's the beginning of the end. The seventh and final season of Mad Men is on the horizon and no one's more emotional about saying goodbye than the cast. Jon Hamm, Elisabeth Moss, and Co. teased the end of the show (which is being split into two 7-episode sets) at PaleyFest this week and talked about letting go. And without dropping any spoilers, gave insight into the state of things in their world going into season 7. Here's what you should know: Don is struggling.“The one...Read Full Story
Jessica Paré plays Megan Draper in Mad Men. (Photos by AMC | Getty Images)Have you, like so many other Mad Men fans, spent season six feeling like you're missing some dark underpinning? Maybe you are.With just three episodes left in the season, a couple of big theories have been circulating concerning Megan Draper. The first theory? That she's going to die. This theory is directly tied to a complementary theory that intentional parallels are being drawn between her and Sharon Tate, who was...Read Full Story
Mad Men hit a home run when they cast Jessica Pare as the second Mrs. Draper, and it was one particular scene that catapulted her into the pop culture zeitgeist — a sexy, sultry, '60s-chic dinner party performance of a song called "Zou Bisou Bisou." In her first late-night talk show appearance, Pare took the opportunity recall just how much of an impact the scene had on her career — from run-ins with Lincoln to recreations from an overly proud mother.Here's Megan Draper's "Zou Bisou Bisou...Read Full Story
Mad Men's Jessica Pare looked absolutely gorgeous in a belted white gown at the Emmy Awards Sunday. The sexy actress let the dress speak for itself on the red carpet and wore minimal accessories, save for some sexy red lipstick.Pare's show could make Emmy history this year and is up for a whopping 17 awards. While five consecutive Best Drama awards could make history, we wonder if Jon Hamm will finally take home an Emmy for best actor. He's never won.Jimmy Kimmel hosted the 64th Annual Emmy...Read Full Story
One of the most buzzworthy scenes from Mad Men's season 5 premiere Sunday night was when the new Mrs. Don Draper (Jessica Pare) got up at his surprise party and sang a sultry version of the song "Zou Bisou Bisou" to the birthday boy. While her racy performance had Mr. Draper squirming and embarrassed, audiences loved it. The name of the Gillian Hills song trended on Twitter following the premiere, and AMC made sure to capitalize on the buzz shortly after. There's a vinyl single of the...Read Full Story
Jessica Pare (born December 5, 1982) is a Canadian-born actress best known for her work in movies such as 'Hot Tub Time Machine' and the television show 'Mad Men.' Find more Jessica Pare pictures, news and information below.