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Mad Men

A drama about one of New York's most prestigious ad agencies at the beginning of the 1960s, focusing on one of the firm's most mysterious but extremely talented ad executives, Donald Draper.

Show Info

Genre:
Aired on:
AMC, US
Runtime:
60 min.
Status:
Canceled/Ended
Created by:
Rating:
4.59/5 (44 ratings)
More Info:
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Tools:
Subtitles, Mistakes

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Stats

Premiered:
2007
Ended:
2015
Episodes:
92
Watchlists:
10,228

Episodes Guide and Summaries

Cast

as Roger Sterling
as Don Draper
as Peggy Olson
as Sally Draper
as Pete Campbell
as Bertram Cooper
as Joan Holloway
as Harry Crane
as Betty Draper

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Latest comments

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I know dude right? Like wooooah dude.
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Orlando said:
I thought the end was really elegant. We saw the birth, life and death of Don Draper, an icon of a deeply flawed society. Just look at the Coca-Cola commercial. "It's the real thing of what the world wants today," happy people sing, but I think we all know how empty that is.


That's like... Deep, man.

:)
by posted
I thought the end was really elegant. We saw the birth, life and death of Don Draper, an icon of a deeply flawed society. Just look at the Coca-Cola commercial. "It's the real thing of what the world wants today," happy people sing, but I think we all know how empty that is.
by posted
I was in NYC at the time, a young suit in publishing and the ending was true to the times and what was going on in the world Mad Men portrayed.
by posted
Well, I thought it was a great way to end the show. Felt very fitting to me.
by posted
Weird ending indeed.

It felt like ... "oh shit we got to finish the show with this episode and we need the script in by tomorrow" and then they went with the first thing they could think of for all the story lines.

I am not saying it was terrible.... though I wouldn't call it a good ending either.

At least it is an ending, which is more than a lot of other shows had.
by posted
What a strange way to end it
by posted
And... it's gone.

Easily the most stylish and coolest show on TV. But it's gone.

:(
by posted
So it's now over? :(

Fuck. What am I going to watch now.
by posted
- What the hell is this?
- They're newlyweds.
- This couple doesn't exist. Anything matrimonial feels Paleolithic.
- What are you suggesting? A little Haight-Ashbury colonial? A couple of longhairs in love? That'll get Dow going.
- As much as I'd like to join all the ads making fun of the ubiquitous San Francisco hippie, let's try to trade on the word "love" as something substantial.
- I don't think that's possible in this context.
- So why are we contributing to the trivialization of the word? It doesn't belong in the kitchen. "I love this." "I love my oven." "You know what I'd love? I'd love a hamburger." We're wearing it out. Let's leave it where we want it. We want that electric jolt to the body. We want Eros. It's like a drug. It's not domestic. What's the difference between a husband knocking on a door and a sailor getting off a ship? About 10,000 volts.


I missed you, show.