Did you miss the Season 6 premiere of Mad Men Sunday night? Not to worry — you can watch the entire two-hour debut for free on AMC's website.
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from the Season 6 premiere of Mad Men. Read at your own risk.]
As the old adage goes, the more things change, the more they stay the same.
Mad Men's fifth season ended with a disillusioned Don Draper (Jon Hamm) sitting on a barstool pondering both his future with Megan (Jessica Paré) and his answer to an attractive young woman's question: "Are you alone?" And although Season 6 of the AMC drama picked up the action ...
Grab your fedora and pour yourself an Old Fashioned — Mad Men is back.
After weeks of speculation over the meaning of teaser trailers and (possibly) Easter egg-filled posters, the AMC drama launches its sixth — and likely penultimate — season with a two-hour premiere (Sunday, 9/8c). Season 5 ended with Don (Jon Hamm) giving in to the acting desires of his new bride Megan (Jessica Paré) and helping her get a part in one of the agency's commercials. As Don literally and figuratively left Megan behind at the soundstage to seek solace in a whiskey glass, he was approached by a woman at the bar who asked, "Are you alone?"
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While we've pondered Don's response to that query in the intervening months, we've also crafted a few more burning questions about what might be ahead for the men and women of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce (and Peggy!) this season. After the jump, creator Matthew Weiner and the cast give us their best answers...
Oh, how Mad Men loves to tease us.
After releasing a trailer inviting viewers to "the 'affair' of the year" and a Season 6 poster rife with possible clues about Don Draper's dual identity crisis, AMC has released a new 30-second trailer — and we've got your exclusive first look.
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Although the trailer doesn't feature any footage from the new season (did you really think it would?), it does...
After starting fresh with Megan in Season 5, Don Draper's duplicitous ways appear to be rearing their ugly head(s) again on the new season of Mad Men.
In the new Season 6 poster, created by veteran '60s magazine illustrator Brian Sanders, a worried Don Draper (Jon Hamm) is walking down Madison Avenue while another version of himself — this time in a grey suit instead of black — walks...