'Mad Men' Season 7: AMC Releases Video Clip to Show Don Draper's Rise and Fall
By Anshu Shrivastava | February 25, 2014 11:31 AM EST
AMC has released a clip, titled "Mad Men in Less Than 2 Minutes," which shows Don Draper's rise and fall. In the "Mad Men" Season 6 Finale, Don Draper was forced to go on a vacation, without a return date. Peggy was given his office, designation and chair. Reports have indicated that the show will still be about advertising men since it is "Mad Men."
The video released by AMC shows Don Draper at his peak, his marriage to Betty and later his relationship with Megan. And, it also features his eventual downfall in Season 6. [CHECK The VIDEO CLIP HERE]. It sums-up the success as well as failures of his personal and professional life till the end of Season 6.
The cast and crew of "Mad Men" have not spilled spoilers about the upcoming, new episodes. Talking about the final season, Christina Hendricks had said to The Toronto Star, "It's crazy, it's mad, it's just what you'd expect it to be." The actress ruled out the possibility of Peggy taking the prominent role in the upcoming episodes, saying "At the end of the day, don't forget that it's still called Mad Men."
Don Draper is likely to go commando in the final season. E! Online had spotted him at the set of "Mad Men," minus his underwear. Also in the final season, there might be more hippies than this suave ad man can handle. It is still uncertain whether James Wolk will return to reprise his role of Ben Benson, the most talked about Season 6 character.
"Mad Men" returns for its final season on April 13, 2014. The final season will be spilt across two years, similar to the way AMC aired the final season of its cult drama series, "Breaking Bad." The second part is due to air sometime in 2015.
Matt Weiner, series creator of "Mad Men," had said that there won't be a spin-off once "Mad Men" wraps-up. He had said to The Hollywood Reporter that "This is the story. When it's done, it's done."
He had said that the first seven episodes have been dubbed "The Beginning," while and the final seven, "The End of an Era."
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