The day after the 61st annualprimetime Emmy Awards, The Oprah Winfrey Show will feature Mad Men stars Jon Hamm and January Jones.
Ghe multimedia mogul is devoting her show Monday, Sept. 21 show to the 1960s, with a decade-themed set and guest appearances from Mad Men's Globe Globe winner and Emmy nominee Hamm and Jones, who plays Don Draper's wife Betty on the AMC series, which last year became the first basic-cable show to win the best drama series statue. Matt Weiner's retro advertising show garnered 16 Emmy nods this time around, including a chance to defend its outstanding drama crown. CBS airs the 61st annual primetime Emmy Awards tonight.
Even the host will go a little mad herself on Sept. 21's The Oprah Winfrey Show: Oprah Goes Back in Time - The '60s, when she'll wear a one-of-a-kind dress created by the Emmy-winning costume designer Jamie Bryant. Oprah will also unveil her "favorite things" from the decade.