The Romanoffs is Matthew Weiner's replacement for Mad Men
Obsessed with detail, style, accuracy, Matthew Weiner's Mad Men was far more than a nostalgia trip for anyone who lived through the '60s. It was closer to time travel—a way to reexamine the people, events, and culture of the era through the perspective of the 21st century. And that relentless precision is thanks to the many great minds who worked on that show—from writers to directors to producers to makeup and costume designers.
Among them are executive producer and writer Semi Chellas, co-executive producer Blake McCormick and consulting producers and writers Andre Jacquemetton and Maria Jacquemetton. Kriss Turner Towner (The Bernie Mac Show) and Kathy Ciric (Z: The Beginning of Everything) have also come on board as co-exec producers. Other Mad Men alums working on The Romanoffs include director of photography Chris Manley, production designers Henry Dunn and Christopher Brown, and hair and makeup heads Theraesa Rivers and Lana Horochowski. The casting team includes Emmy winners Carrie Audino and Laura Schiff, as well as Kendra Clark. Famed Mad Men costume designer Janie Bryant is attached and will work alongside Wendy Chuck (Spotlight).