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'Mad Men' Wins SAG Award!

AMC's 'Mad Men' continues to receive accolades as the show captured the SAG award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series tonight at the 16th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. The cast also won the award last year.

A bearded Jon Hamm stood in for the usually talkative creator Matthew Weiner as he accepted the award while flanked by fellow actors January Jones, Christina Hendricks, Vincent Kartheiser, Elizabeth Moss, Kiernan Shipka, John Slattery and Richard Sommers among others. I think it was such a brief speech because the cast seemed to have trouble getting to the stage due to the cafeteria style tables at the event. It would have been great to hear from the other actors for once Jon!

John Hamm lost the only other nomination for the show to Michael C. Hall of HBO's Dexter. Even though the show was only two hours long at times it plodded along at a snails pace. It didn't help that ALL of the awards were a a carbon copy of last weeks Golden Globes without deviation. I was also pretty disappointed that John Slattery's kick off champagne toast wasn't aired.

Congrats to the entire cast and crew of 'Mad Men' who get to party all night while some of us sit and type up the news . . . Seriously, I'm happy the cast won!!! Looking forward to the new season in August!

-- Janaki Cedanna

Posted by Janaki Cedanna on January 23, 2010 10:13 PM
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