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In 1960s New York, alpha male Don Draper struggles to stay on top of the heap in the high-pressure world of Madison Avenue advertising firms. Aside from being one of the top ad men in the business, Don is also a family man, the father of young children.
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Mad Men: SEASON 7, EPISODE 14: Person to Person | TVBuzer

Aired: May 17,2015

The stories of Don Draper, his family and his co-workers at Sterling Cooper & Partners conclude.... more



A Bumpy Transition and a Surprising Departure

In this episode of Mad Men, "Lost Horizon," Don runs away from his troubles once again, Peggy and Roger drink and roller skate the day away, and Joan finally reaches her breaking point, with shocking consequences.This is a big, and heartbreaking, episode for the Mad Women on the show. With Don out on another walkabout and most of the side characters off the scene, the episode becomes a vehicle for Joan and Peggy's stories. The focus on the women and their struggles to start over at a new a... more

Betty Gets Bad News and Don Gets Lost

It's the penultimate episode of Mad Men, and not all that much happens. After watching Peggy stride into the McCann office with vintage Japanese pornography and seeing Joan pushed out of the agency in the previous episode, to call this hour a disappointment might be underselling a bit. Don gets smacked around with a phone book, Pete gets a new job and Betty gets cancer. As the last episode before the series finale, I expect more from the show than this meandering outing.A Strange Episod... more


If ever you doubted that money would buy you happiness, the current state of the partners at SC&P proves the saying is as good as the paper it would be printed on. It's not a surprise that Peggy Lee is singing "Is That All There Is" at the open and close of Mad Men Season 7 Episode 8, as Don is, once again, alone and womanizing to pass the time with Roger Sterling as his wing man. Joan is still not taken seriously and seen for little less than her figure, even mistaken for a former sho... more



Mad Men: TV's Top 25 Episodes of the Decade News | TVBuzer

TV's Top 25 Episodes of the Decade

Before this decade, the idea of a network dropping an entire season on one day was not a serious one. Episodes aired week to week, occasionally back to back, and so it went — until streaming services made clear that they were willing to tread a different path. Suddenly, it seemed, TV’s release calendar featured more and more shows releasing a slew of episodes all at once, banking on keeping the audience’s attention with “bingeworthy” content. While exciting at first, this shift eventually started to flatten seaso... more

Mad Men: 2016 Golden Globe Awards Live Blog: Complete List of Winners News | TVBuzer

2016 Golden Globe Awards Live Blog: Complete List of Winners

It's the first big awards show of 2016, the 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards. Once again hosted by Ricky Gervais (who is sure to insult anyone and everyone), the Hollywood Foreign Press Association will hand out awards in 25 categories for both film and television. For film, it could be a preview of what's to come at the Oscars (last year, all four acting Oscar winners also won at the Golden Globes). For television, the HFPA always loves honoring cool, new shows, which is why there are so many unusual first-time nominees like more

Mad Men: The 6 Biggest Snubs from the 2016 Golden Globe Nominations News | TVBuzer

The 6 Biggest Snubs from the 2016 Golden Globe Nominations

The Golden Globes have a history of recognizing shows that other awards shows haven't, or won't, acknowledge. The Golden Globes can make sure that shows that don't snag a more "prestigious" award like an Emmy get recognized. Like any award show though, the Golden Globes can leave things out, resulting in huge snubs. Here are some of the biggest shows and actors that the Golden Globes forgot in 2016. 1. Jon Hamm Is the Only M... more




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