The '60s are about to end all over again, and with them the saga of Don Draper. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner has taken the first steps into crafting the seventh and final season of the acclaimed AMC series. Attending the 2013 Creative Arts Emmys as a presenter Sunday, Weiner revealed to TV Guide Magazine that he's already landed on the precise endpoint, which will mark the climax for both the turbulent 1960s and for the ad team at Sterling Cooper & Partners.
TV Guide Magazine: Where are you in the development of the final season of Mad Men?
Matthew Weiner: I am a month into it, and all I can tell you is that it will be a completely new story and it will wrap up the end of the show. I have my very ending, and I have the pathway on the way into it. All I can say is that it's related to the era that we're in, and that it will be the next chapter in Don's life. I know it sounds vague, but it really is. I always liked the fact that the show has, on some level, uniqueness that the consequences of people's actions are taken seriously. We never pretend like stuff doesn't happen, and that's really where we're starting. Like, can you do something that is irreparable?
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