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Hamm Shows Off His “Sexy Stubble”; Mad Men Influences the Netflix Boom

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This week the Paparazzi snap shots of Jon Hamm’s new beard, Mad Men is credited as a major factor contributing to Netflix’s increasing popularity and digital designers have fun re-styling a Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce logo to mimic those of actual ad agencies.

Celebuzz has photos of Jon Hamm‘s “sexy stubble,” on display at a recent Lakers game.

• In its report on the website’s subscription boom, Cnet credits Netflix’s “licensing [of] popular and critically acclaimed shows such as ‘Mad Men’” as helping to bump numbers higher.

Mediabistro and AdWeek report on a fan project to redesign Mad Men‘s Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce logo in the spirit of modern ad agencies.

The LA Times and The Hollywood Reporter discuss Mad Men‘s BAFTA nomination for Best International Series.

• In another real-life-vs.-television discussion, AOL News compares ’60s advertising mogul Draper Daniels to Mad Men‘s Don Draper.

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