The first episode of the final season of “Mad Men” begins with something so good it takes everyone a very long time to realize how good it is, if they realize it at all.
That's how I think we'll feel about “Mad Men” next year, when the second part of more
“Mad Men” returns for its seventh and final season on Sunday, but can a show widely considered to be among the greatest in television history continue to chart the future of small-screen drama or is it beginning to show its age?
The stakes are high, more
When last we saw Don Draper, he had hit rock bottom. He’d alienated Sally, cheated on his wife (again), and been put on indefinite leave from work. In the final scene, Don stood before his decrepit childhood home alongside his own children. Was this the m more
As much as it pains me to know Mad Men is coming to an end, spending the final season in 1969 suits the series perfectly.
Richard Nixon was inaugurated as president (Don was watching it on TV), the Stonewall riots in New York City in June of that ye more
And so the end begins. This is the final season of Mad Men, though AMC is pulling a Breaking Bad (which is to say, pulling an AMC) and splitting the season over two years - and it doesn’t even have the big break in production Breaking Bad had that made th more
I thought "In Care Of" was a fitting end—and a refreshingly not-utterly-depressing one—to a generally angst-ridden (but still awesome) season. How about you? Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/mad-men-season-6-finale-review-the-mask-slips-137209210364/ more
For all of the frustration caused by this season of Mad Men (regarding the case of Don Draper in particular), could the show have done any more to hit this episode out of the ballpark? Out of the ballpark, out of the parking lot, out of the city even. The more