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'Mad Men' stars' next projects: What's ahead for Elisabeth Moss and more

Elisabeth Moss arrives at the live read and

Elisabeth Moss arrives at the live read and series finale of "Mad Men," held at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on Sunday, May 17, 2015. Credit: AP / Richard Shotwell

Now that we've said goodbye to "Mad Men," here's a look at what's ahead for five of its key cast members:


Jon Hamm (Don Draper), "Keeping Up With the Joneses" -- In this comedy directed by Greg Motolla ("Superbad"), Hamm plays half a suburban couple who discover their seemingly perfect new neighbors (Zach Galifianakis, Isla Fisher) are undercover spies.


Elisabeth Moss (Peggy Olson), "Truth" -- In this drama, she'll play a former CBS producer-turned journalism professor brought in to untangle "Rathergate," the disputed claim from CBS anchor Dan Rather that George W. Bush had gotten preferential treatment to serve in the Texas Air National Guard to avoid the Vietnam War draft. (Robert Redford plays Rather.)


Christina Hendricks (Joan Holloway), "Roadies" -- In this Showtime comedy pilot about a rock band's road and tech crew, Hendricks plays the band's production manager, opposite tour manager Luke Wilson. The series is created by the high-powered duo of Cameron Crowe and J.J. Abrams.


John Slattery (Roger Sterling), "Spotlight" -- He'll play Ben Bradlee Jr., Boston Globe deputy managing editor, in a drama based on that newspaper's Spotlight investigative team, as it probes the Massachusetts Catholic Church sex-abuse scandal.


Vincent Kartheiser (Pete Campbell), "The Blunderer" -- He's the title character in this psychological thriller based on Patricia Highsmith's novel of the same name, about a successful architect whose life spirals out of control. Like the first few seasons of "Mad Men," it's set in early-1960s New York (although filmed in Cincinnati).

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