Kiernan Shipka Wants to Revisit Her ‘Mad Men’ Role: “I’m Not Done With Sally”

Kiernan Shipka Wants to Revisit Her ‘Mad Men’ Role: “I’m Not Done With Sally”

Kiernan Shipka is able to see what Sally Draper could be as much as nowadays, practically 15 years after she originated the character on AMC’s beloved sequence Mad Men.

The Swimming With Sharks actress, 22, informed Entertainment Tonight that she could be open to revisiting the function sooner or later to discover a grown-up model of Sally, whose mother and father are Don Draper (Jon Hamm) and Betty Draper (January Jones). Mad Men, created by Matthew Weiner, premiered on July 19, 2007, and went on to win the Emmy Award as excellent drama sequence for 4 straight years.

“I’m not done with Sally,” Shipka shared. “I don’t think she’d be in New York. I think she’d do L.A. … But I’m not done with her at all.”

Although she didn’t specify whether or not she had lately mentioned the likelihood with anybody else from the present, the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina alum made it clear that she stays shut along with her TV dad. “I always love seeing him,” Shipka mentioned of Hamm. “I’ve run into him so much lately.” She continued about their run-ins, “We speak like adults now. It’s great.”

Back in 2015, Lionsgate TV COO Sandra Stern informed The Hollywood Reporter that there had been discuss of presumably creating a derivative set within the current day. “Given the fact that [Mad Men] ends nearly 50 years ago, most of the characters would be dead,” Stern mentioned on the time. “Sally was the one character young enough that you could see her 30 or 40 years later.”

The exec, who identified {that a} attainable spinoff for Peggy Olson (Elisabeth Moss) had additionally been mentioned, added, “Matt wasn’t comfortable committing to a spinoff.”

Later in 2015, Hamm informed Entertainment Weekly that he might envision a derivative through which Sally comes of age. “I’d watch that show,” he mentioned. “Sally Through the Decades.”

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