The sixth season of AMC's Mad Men is nearly upon us (premiere April 7) and to get in the sophisticated, stylish spirit of the '60s ad world, we've got these swanky black-and-white portraits of your favorite characters. Don Draper (Jon Hamm)Peggy Olson (Elisabeth Moss)Roger Sterling (John Slattery)Joan Harris (Christina Hendricks)Betty Draper Francis (January Jones)Megan Draper (Jessica Pare)Pete Campbell (Vincent Kartheiser)Sally Draper (Kiernan Shipka)Henry Francis (Christopher Stanley)Bert...Read Full Story
Mad Men returned on Sunday with Don Draper (Jon Hamm) at a dinner meeting with Herb from Jaguar. The dinner, which was meant to mend the often tumultuous relationship, instead ends with Don cutting the relationship all together. Megan's mother, who attended the dinner in the hopes of meeting Roger (John Slattery), is miffed that he never showed up. When Pete Campbell (Vincent Kartheiser) learns of the Jaguar loss he throws a tantrum, incensed at what he believes is Don's recklessness. Pete's...Read Full Story
Actor Jon Hamm plays Don Draper on the first season of "Mad Men," set in the year 1960.
Actress Elisabeth Moss plays Peggy Olson.
Actress January Jones plays Don Draper's wife, Betty.
Peggy Olson returns a dress to Joan Holloway, played by actress Christina Hendricks.
Actor John Slattery plays Roger Sterling, here in season 2 of "Mad Men," set in the year 1962.
The cast poses in the Sterling Cooper Office.
Betty Draper acts in season 2.
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The sixties were astoundingly similar to the time we’re in now. Violence, unrest, distrust of the government, a youth in revolt, and a wide gap between the classes that served as a wedge between cultures. Religion, race, gender politics, and sexual politics were hot button issues that polarized the country.It was a time of change. A dismantling of everything Roosevelt accomplished during World War II. A deconstruction of the newly-built middle-class. As fast as we built it, our children tore...Read Full Story
Mad Men’s season six premiere promises a continuation of the pervasive theme of death that took hold of last season. Where season 5 ended with the suicide of founding firm member Lane Pryce (Jared Harris), this one picks up with Don Draper (Jon Hamm) reading Dante’s Inferno – the first book in the morbid trilogy by Dante Alighieri.
Don is still seemingly adored by his wife Megan (Jessica Paré), but the episode makes clear early on that he’s already bored by her. As he sits by the pool in...Read Full Story
Mad Men is a television drama set in the 1960s that focuses on the character of Donald Draper, played by Jon Hamm. Draper is an ad executive at one of the most prestigious agencies in New York, and through the lens of his life viewers see the changing face of mid-century America. Find more pictures, videos and articles about Mad Men here.