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Season 4

"Mad Men" riveted audiences with a cliffhanger finale in season three, as Don Draper's professional and personal lives unexpectedly imploded. In "Mad Men" Season 4, the series' breakout ensemble cast continues to captivate as they grapple with an uncertain new reality.

In Season 3, "Mad Men's" unflinching look at the human condition continued as characters faced the realities of dramatic change in the country — from the birth of civil rights to the assassination of a president — and in their personal lives. Whether it was corporate politics, homophobia in the workplace or the frustration of betrayal, they dealt with an unsettling loss of the familiar. Audiences were stunned by the self-destruction of protagonist Don Draper, including a confrontation with wife Betty that forced him to reveal the truth about his past and identity, and the resale of Sterling Cooper by British parent company Putnam, Powell and Lowe (PPL), which left its partners on the brink of a new beginning.

The consequences of the shattering secrets exposed in season three will continue to reverberate in "Mad Men's" fourth season, as the lives of the men and women of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce continue to evolve. As relationships are redefined and people are forced to face themselves and the world around them in new ways, the series will continue to question the traditional norms and the simmering societal frustrations between women and men with compelling storylines and resonant moments that are sure to enthrall as the new season unfolds.

Season 3

"Mad Men" on AMC is a sexy, stylized and provocative drama set in 1960s New York that follows the lives of the ruthlessly competitive men and women of Madison Avenue advertising, an ego-driven world where key players make an art of the sell.

The series revolves around the conflicted world of Don Draper (Hamm), the biggest ad man (and ladies man) in the business, and his colleagues at the Sterling Cooper Advertising Agency. As Don makes the plays in the boardroom and the bedroom, he struggles to stay a step ahead of the rapidly changing times and the young executives nipping at his heels. The series also depicts authentically the roles of men and women in this era while exploring the true human nature beneath the guise of 1960s traditional family values.

Since its debut, the series has garnered an Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series; two Golden Globe Awards for Best Television Drama Series; a Peabody Award; a Producers Guild Award; two Writers Guild Awards; AFI Awards for one of the Top 10 OutstandingTelevision Programs of 2007 and 2008; both the 2008 BAFTA Award and Royal Television Society Award for International Program; and four Television Critics Association Awards, including Program of the Year.

Returning for its third season, the world of "Mad Men" is moving in a new direction — as the business world and the private life of Don Draper become complicated in new ways.

Created, executive produced and written by Weiner, this drama series stars Jon Hamm ("We Were Soldiers"), Elisabeth Moss ("The West Wing"), Vincent Kartheiser ("Angel"), John Slattery ("Desperate Housewives"), Christina Hendricks ("Kevin Hill"), and January Jones ("We Are Marshall") along with guest star (and stage/screen legend) Robert Morse ("How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying"). Michael Gladis ("Third Watch"), Aaron Staton ("The Nanny Diaries"), Rich Sommer ("The Devil Wears Prada"), and Bryan Batt ("La Cage Aux Folles") round out the cast.


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