'Mad Men' Season 6 photos: Jon Hamm, January Jones, Christina Hendricks all dressed up and going where?

In case you haven't heard, "Mad Men" kicks off its sixth season April 7 on AMC and the promo campaign for the new episodes is in full effect. We've already seen an illustrated poster and a behind the scenes featurette, and now we're getting a look at a few images of the cast in character.These aren't actual stills from the show -- it's way, way too early for that -- but they may provide a few hints about what's to come. It's probably safe to assume we'll see more of Alison Brie ("Community") in her recurring role as Pete's wife Trudy Campbell. And there's sure to be drama between Don (Jon Hamm), Megan (Jessica Pare), Betty (January Jones) and Henry Francis (Christopher Stanley), although it's anyone's guess what kind and how much.Instead of taking shots in the dark, we'll just let you check out the pics....

'Mad Men' Season 6 video: Cast teases unexpected surprises ahead

AMC's "Mad Men" promos are like mini master classes in elegant vagueness, and this brief Season 6 featurette continues the trend of teasing our anticipation by revealing almost nothing at all."Prepare to take a great leap forward," Don Draper says in one of several scenes from the show we've already seen. Don't expect an actual look at footage from Season 6 in the clip but do expect to hear creator Matt Weiner and stars including Jon Hamm, Jessica Pare and Rich Sommer share in extremely general terms what the season is about.Weiner promises a "real journey into learning about Don," while Hamm adds: "We've set up 60 some odd episodes of television here and we're gonna see a lot of our favorite characters doing a lot of different things."So Season 6 of "Mad Men" will have characters and things!"It's not what you think is coming," Pare teases. "It's not coming in the way that you...

'Mad Men' Season 6 poster: Don Draper's two-faced tease

We're literally counting the days until Season 6 of "Mad Men" premieres April 7 on AMC, and the show's gorgeous new teaser poster only heightens the anticipation.The image of two Don Drapers, headed in different directions, is in keeping with what star Jon Hamm has hinted at in promos for the new season: "There are definitely two sides to life. The part of life that is public and the part that is private," Hamm says. "We're trying to sort of pull back the curtain."Of course, "Mad Men" fans know Don's two faces go beyond simple distinctions of personal and professional, all the way back to his roots as Dick Whitman. And last year's finale suggested Don -- who spent the season in newlywed bliss with Megan -- may be headed back to his adulterous ways. So exactly whose hand is he holding below? And what's with all the ominous elements in the background: the police,...

'Mad Men' Releases First Season 6 Promo (Video)

"The Affair" makes good use of the recent black-and-white stills, promising a raucous return for the AMC series.

'Argo,' 'Zero Dark Thirty,' 'Sugar Man,' 'Mad Men' and 'Breaking Bad' win WGA Awards

Chalk up another for Ben Affleck's steamroller.

Where Is Peggy When 'Mad Men' Returns?

Elisabeth Moss was surprised by her character Peggy's exit from Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce during Season 5 of "Mad Men." But to be honest, she still has no idea where Peggy will end up as Season 6 begins . In an interview with Vulture, Moss says she "can't talk about" Peggy's status for the return of the AMC series , but teases fans a bit . "I can say even less now than I could before, because I used to be able to at least say that I was at Sterling Cooper, and now I can’t even say where I’m working. So I can say even less," Moss explains. Read More...

Mad Men Season 6 Spoilers: "Megan's Independence Was Really a Disappointment" For Don

Don Draper is not a modern man. There’s a reason his drink of choice is an Old Fashioned. Mad Men Season 6 is returning on Sunday, April 7 with a two-hour premiere starting at 9 p.m. on AMC. Showrunner Matthew Weiner told Entertainment Weekly the timeline will jump “more than a week,” but that’s all he’ll say. Actually, he said the premiere is constructed like a film, in that it’s its own story and foreshadows the rest of the season.

See Some Promo Stills for Mad Men Season Six

Sally looks years older and everything is black-and-white and we have no idea how to feel except excited and unsettled.

'Mad Men' Season 6 will premiere in April

The sixth season of "Mad Men" has a premiere date, and will once again launch with a two-hour episode.The Emmy-winning series will premiere at 9 p.m. ET Sunday, April 7 on AMC. It will move to its regular 10 p.m. home the following week."To be able to continue exploring the stories of these characters for a sixth season is an amazing opportunity," creator Matthew Weiner says. "We love mining this world and look forward to bringing the audience stories that we hope will continue to both surprise and entertain them."Weiner wrote the two-hour season premiere, and executive producer Scott Hornbacher directed it. Series lead Jon Hamm directed the second episode of the season.Per usual, AMC and Weiner are keeping all details about the new season under wraps. The network does note, though, that Ben Feldman, who plays Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce copywriter Michael Ginsberg, is now a regular member of the cast....

'Game of Thrones,' 'Mad Men' Among Nominees for Cinematographers Awards

"Mad Men," "Game of Thrones," "American Horror Story," "Hatfields & McCoys" and "The New Normal" are among the television programs whose cinematography has been honored by the American Society of Cinematographers, which announced its TV nominees on Wednesday. The ASC, an invitation-only organization of cinematographers with a membership of 300 active members and more than 150 associate members, announced 15 nominations in three categories for the 27th Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography.