Don receives a troubling letter. A risky venture entails a new future for Peggy. Roger gets an unexpected phone call. Pete butts heads with Cutler.
Peggy determinedly collects research for a pitch. Pete is invited to join an exclusive club. Joan looks forward to spending time with her friend.
Don has a visitor from his past. Stan embarrasses a superior. Peggy helps Ginsberg with a problem. Harry finds that he has a new ally at the agency.
Sterling Cooper & Partners prepares for a guest. Don calls an old friend. Roger confronts problems at home. Pete underestimates Peggy.
Don takes an impromptu trip. Betty has lunch with a friend. Harry lobbies for a cause. The partners consider a questionable asset.
Peggy receives a bouquet of flowers at the office. Pete navigates the politics of new business. Joan is put in an impossibly awkward situation.
Don makes a new friend. Joan meets a client for drinks. Peggy hears impressive new work. Roger has a puzzling phone call.
Jon Hamm recounts Don Draper's downward spiral throughout the past six seasons of Mad Men.
Don has a problem.
The partners disagree on a new campaign. Don takes a day off.
Betty plans for Sally's future. Peggy encounters trouble at home.
The agency works to hold onto a client. Joan is caught off guard.
Roger is plagued by a recurring dream. Joan goes to the beach.
Don is disrupted by a surprise visitor. Peggy looks for inspiration.
SCDP tries to placate competing clients. Pete is blindsided by an unexpected guest.
Roger changes tack to make new business. Pete has an awkward run-in with a client.
Don takes a trip. Joan has scheduling problems. Don and Lane get to know each other a little better.
Mad Men clip - starring Elisabeth Moss, Vincent Kartheiser, John Slattery, January Jones, Jon Hamm, Christina Hendricks. Directed by Matthew Weiner.
Mad Men - Episode 5: 'The Chrysanthemum and the Sword' Sneak Peek
Mad Men: Season 1 clip - starring Vincent Kartheiser, John Slattery, Elisabeth Moss, January Jones, Jon Hamm, Christina Hendricks. Directed by Matthew Weiner.
John Slattery describes how Roger Sterling has evolved throughout the past six seasons of Mad Men.
MAD MEN returns for its final season, the beginning of the end to television's most celebrated show.
Elisabeth Moss explains how Peggy Olson has evolved over the past six seasons of Mad Men.
Set in 1960 New York City, in an unexpected new world - the high-powered and glamorous "Golden Age" of advertising - where everyone is selling something and nothing is ever what you expect it to be. The drama unfolds around Don Draper (Jon Hamm), the biggest ad man in the business. As he calls the shots in the boardroom and the bedroom, he struggles to stay a step ahead of the rapidly changing times and the young executives nipping at his heels.
Mad Men, winner of 3 consecutive Golden Globes and 3 consecutive Emmys for Outstanding Drama Series, returns for a new season rife with possibilities.
Set in 1960's New York City, Mad Men explores the glamorous and ego-driven "Golden Age" of advertising, where everyone is selling something and nothing is ever what it seems. And no one plays the game better than Don Draper (Golden Globe - winner Jon Hamm), Madison Avenue's biggest ad man - and ladies man - in the business.
Don't miss the fifth season of the four-time Emmy winner for Outstanding Drama.
The cast and creators of Mad Men give some tantalizing information about what's ahead in the 6th Season.
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