For those hoping for a little more Mad Men in their life, there's hope. Actress Kiernan Shipka, who played Sally Draper on the long-running AMC drama, recently said that she's "not saying no" to a possible spin-off show that would focus on her character.
According to Deadline on Friday, Kiernan opened up about Jon Hamm's spin-off idea, in which fans would continue to see Sally growing up in the late 1970s and 1980s. Apparently, she's leaving the door open in hopes that we'll see Don and Betty Draper's daughter on the small screen again.
She said, "I think they all decided the title would be Sally Through the Decades! I'm good with it. I'm not saying no."
Shipka also said that while it was hard saying good-bye to her Mad Men family, which also included January Jones, Elisabeth Moss, John Slattery and more, she didn't shed many tears over it.
She said, "Well we wrapped in July of last year so we had this leisure period where we got to say goodbye to our characters, which was very nice and let it all sink in. So I felt like when I wrapped I said goodbye to Sally, but last night I said goodbye to the show. Last night felt like saying goodbye to Mad Men and we did it in such a celebratory way. There were so many fun fans too and it felt like we weren't mourning it, we were just cherishing it, which felt like a good way to go out."
Shipa will next be seen on the big screen in Fan Girl, which also stars Emma Roberts.
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