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Genres : Series | Drama

Release Date : Jul 19,2007

Language : English

Total Episodes : 92

Ratings: 7.8 / 10 from 97 users

Mad Men is set in the 1960s, initially at the fictional Sterling Cooper advertising agency on Madison Avenue in New York City, and later at the newly created firm, Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, located nearby in the Time-Life Building, at 1271 Avenue of the Americas. According to the show's pilot, the phrase "mad men" was a slang term coined in the 1950s by advertisers working on Madison Avenue to refer to themselves. The focal point of the series is Don Draper, creative director at Sterling Cooper and a founding partner at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, and the people in his life, both in and out of the office. The plot focuses on the business of the agencies as well as the personal lives of the characters, regularly depicting the changing moods and social mores of the United States in the 1960s.

Latest EpisodeSeason 7 Episode 14 - Person to Person (May 17,2015)

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Episode 14 - Person to Person 13 Links 2015-05-17
Episode 13 - The Milk and Honey Route 16 Links 2015-05-10
Episode 12 - Lost Horizon 17 Links 2015-05-03
Episode 11 - Time & Life 16 Links 2015-04-26
Episode 10 - The Forecast 22 Links 2015-04-19
Episode 9 - New Business 21 Links 2015-04-12
Episode 8 - Severance 20 Links 2015-04-05
Episode 7 - Waterloo 21 Links 2014-05-25
Episode 6 - The Strategy 20 Links 2014-05-18
Episode 5 - The Runaways 22 Links 2014-05-11
Episode 4 - The Monolith 22 Links 2014-05-04
Episode 3 - Field Trip 22 Links 2014-04-27
Episode 2 - A Day's Work 20 Links 2014-04-20
Episode 1 - Time Zones 21 Links 2014-04-13
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Episode 13 - In Care Of 15 Links 2013-06-23
Episode 12 - The Quality of Mercy 16 Links 2013-06-16
Episode 11 - Favors 16 Links 2013-06-09
Episode 10 - A Tale of Two Cities 17 Links 2013-06-02
Episode 9 - The Better Half 18 Links 2013-05-26
Episode 8 - The Crash 19 Links 2013-05-19
Episode 7 - Man With a Plan 17 Links 2013-05-12
Episode 6 - For Immediate Release 18 Links 2013-05-05
Episode 5 - The Flood 16 Links 2013-04-28
Episode 4 - To Have and to Hold 16 Links 2013-04-21
Episode 3 - Collaborators 17 Links 2013-04-14
Episode 2 - The Doorway (2) 7 Links 2013-04-07
Episode 1 - The Doorway (1) 16 Links 2013-04-07
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Episode 13 - The Phantom 19 Links 2012-06-10
Episode 12 - Commissions and Fees 16 Links 2012-06-03
Episode 11 - The Other Woman 17 Links 2012-05-27
Episode 10 - Christmas Waltz 19 Links 2012-05-20
Episode 9 - Dark Shadows 17 Links 2012-05-13
Episode 8 - Lady Lazarus 17 Links 2012-05-06
Episode 7 - At the Codfish Ball 13 Links 2012-04-29
Episode 6 - Far Away Places 16 Links 2012-04-22
Episode 5 - Signal 30 15 Links 2012-04-15
Episode 4 - Mystery Date 18 Links 2012-04-08
Episode 3 - Tea Leaves 17 Links 2012-04-01
Episode 2 - A Little Kiss (2) 2 Links 2012-03-25
Episode 1 - A Little Kiss (1) 17 Links 2012-03-25
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Episode 13 - Tomorrowland 19 Links 2010-10-17
Episode 12 - Blowing Smoke 22 Links 2010-10-10
Episode 11 - Chinese Wall 16 Links 2010-10-03
Episode 10 - Hands and Knees 20 Links 2010-09-26
Episode 9 - The Beautiful Girls 17 Links 2010-09-19
Episode 8 - The Summer Man 19 Links 2010-09-12
Episode 7 - The Suitcase 17 Links 2010-09-05
Episode 6 - Waldorf Stories 17 Links 2010-08-29
Episode 5 - The Chrysanthemum and the... 16 Links 2010-08-22
Episode 4 - The Rejected 16 Links 2010-08-15
Episode 3 - The Good News 17 Links 2010-08-08
Episode 2 - Christmas Comes But Once... 17 Links 2010-08-01
Episode 1 - Public Relations 10 Links 2010-07-25
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Episode 13 - Shut the Door, Have a Seat 17 Links 2009-11-08
Episode 12 - The Grown-Ups 11 Links 2009-11-01
Episode 11 - The Gypsy and the Hobo 18 Links 2009-10-25
Episode 10 - The Color Blue 18 Links 2009-10-18
Episode 9 - Wee Small Hours 10 Links 2009-10-11
Episode 8 - Souvenir 11 Links 2009-10-04
Episode 7 - Seven Twenty Three 10 Links 2009-09-27
Episode 6 - Guy Walks Into an... 15 Links 2009-09-20
Episode 5 - The Fog 9 Links 2009-09-13
Episode 4 - The Arrangements 16 Links 2009-09-06
Episode 3 - My Old Kentucky Home 17 Links 2009-08-30
Episode 2 - Love Among the Ruins 14 Links 2009-08-23
Episode 1 - Out of Town 7 Links 2009-08-16
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Episode 13 - Meditations in an Emergency 8 Links 2008-10-26
Episode 12 - The Mountain King 8 Links 2008-10-19
Episode 11 - The Jet Set 7 Links 2008-10-12
Episode 10 - The Inheritance 13 Links 2008-10-05
Episode 9 - Six Month Leave 13 Links 2008-09-28
Episode 8 - A Night to Remember 13 Links 2008-09-14
Episode 7 - The Gold Violin 13 Links 2008-09-07
Episode 6 - Maidenform 13 Links 2008-08-31
Episode 5 - The New Girl 14 Links 2008-08-24
Episode 4 - Three Sundays 15 Links 2008-08-17
Episode 3 - The Benefactor 13 Links 2008-08-10
Episode 2 - Flight 1 11 Links 2008-08-03
Episode 1 - For Those Who Think Young 15 Links 2008-07-27
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Episode 13 - The Wheel 18 Links 2007-10-17
Episode 12 - Nixon Vs. Kennedy 18 Links 2007-10-11
Episode 11 - Indian Summer 15 Links 2007-10-04
Episode 10 - Long Weekend 15 Links 2007-09-27
Episode 9 - Shoot 17 Links 2007-09-13
Episode 8 - The Hobo Code 16 Links 2007-09-06
Episode 7 - Red in the Face 17 Links 2007-08-30
Episode 6 - Babylon 17 Links 2007-08-23
Episode 5 - 5G 17 Links 2007-08-16
Episode 4 - New Amsterdam 18 Links 2007-08-09
Episode 3 - Marriage of Figaro 17 Links 2007-08-02
Episode 2 - Ladies Room 17 Links 2007-07-26
Episode 1 - Smoke Gets in Your Eyes 10 Links 2007-07-19
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Series Parental Guide

nudity (NOTE: The parental guide for this television program may be unfinished.) [Season 1] blue]Portrayal of female upper-body frontal nudity is depicted . Season one, episode 1 ("Smoke Gets in Your Eyes"): a stripper is seen removing her bra Season one, episode 11 ("Indian Summer"): a woman uses the vibration of an unbalanced washing machine load as "stimulation" while fantasizing about being passionately kissed and caressed by a man that showed up at her door earlier that day. No nudity, but sex implied. [Season 2] Portrayal of female upper-body frontal nudity is depicted . In Episode 6, the male colleagues head to a strip club to celebrate a brokered deal. A topless dancer with tassels attached to her nipples, moves around the men and dances in a titillating manner to entertain them. There are no strong details of nudity depicted, and the scene is insufficiently brief and discreet. Most of the episodes are also peppered with verbal sexual references that are often uttered in passing by the male executives in the office. The executives are also projected as promiscuous as most of them boast of having casual relationships and affairs in and out of the office. The main characters are often seen making out with their partners. In some instances, they tease the other by placing their hands at the other person's crotch or kissing the chest. In Episode 13, a couple is seen making out on a couch with the man briefly tugging at the woman's panty mid-way down her thigh. [Season 3] There is a depiction of non-explicit, mild sexual activity between persons of the same gender; justified by context and not gratuitous. One of the secondary characters, Sal, is a married but closeted gay man. Although his sexuality as a gay man was established in Season One, it is only in Season Three that Sal is seen being physically intimate with another man. In Episode 1 (Out of Town), while on a business trip, Sal momentarily loses himself in a sexual tryst with a hotel worker who comes into his room to repair the faulty air-conditioning. Sal is taken by surprise when he is kissed by the male worker but succumbs to the moment and allows the man to undo his belt buckle and place his hand into his underpants. The men are interrupted by a fire alarm and there is no further development of any relationship between the two. Season Three also contains some mild sexual suggestions like a fleeting verbal reference of 'giving hand-jobs', a term developed by the characters to imply 'curry-favouring'. [Season 4] Sexual activity is portrayed in this season but justified by context, infrequent and without strong detail. As Don is now officially divorced, he invites a prostitute to his apartment in Episode 1. The woman, clad in a bra, is seen riding him in bed, with sheets covering the lower part of their bodies. The slow thrusting is conveyed through mid-shots and wide-shots. This season also sheds some light on Don's daughter who has just turned ten years old and having new experiences. In Episode 5, young Sally is caught 'playing' with herself while watching a handsome man on TV. Her mother is clearly embarrassed and upset by this incident as her friend had caught her daughter masturbating. Although there is no visual indication of Sally's self-exploration, the adults are seen arguing and discussing if there is a need to educate Sally on such matters. Her mother eventually brings her to a child psychologist as Sally is still battling grief and emotions from losing her grandfather. Most of the episodes are also peppered with verbal references to sex and moments of sexual risqué between the adulterous characters. These verbal and visual references of sexual activities are neither detailed nor prolonged. In Episode 6, Don is seen making out with a woman in bed. Lying on top of him, the woman kisses his chest while humming a tune. As she moves down his bare body, the humming suddenly stops and the sound of unzipping is heard. A close-up of Don's face hints of a blowjob. In Episode 8, another woman kisses Don and moves her head down after saying that she is 'going to make him comfortable'. A pen-drawn image as a joke by one of the characters in Episode 8 shows a sexual image of a woman's head in between a mans legs. [Season 5] Season five, episode seven ("At the Codfish Ball"): a simulated blowjob. However, it's very brief with no nudity, and seen from a distance. Kids who don't know what oral sex is probably won't have any idea what's happening. Season five, episode 11 ("The Other Woman"): a woman sleeps with someone in order to win him over as a client for the agency, she is later given a small share in the agency for her "deed." Obviously mature subject matter, but this scene is only limited to post-sex pillow talk and there's no nudity. [Season 6] Sexual activity is portrayed in this season but justified by context, infrequent and without strong detail. Season six, episode one ("The Doorway"): a brief shot that moves down to show a standing woman's legs as her panties are being pulled down by a man. No nudity, but sex implied. Season six, episode 11 ("Favors"): an adolescent girl catches her father having sex with a mistress. We see passionate kissing and the woman's bare legs. [The Final Season: Part 1] There are various sexual references in this season, at times with vivid detail. Female upper-body frontal nudity is also depicted in this season, portrayed in a sexual context. The Final Season: Part 1 [Extra Features] Some strong homosexual content.
violence Many of the men get into fist fights with one another, usually resulting in bruises and bloody noses/lips. Several flashbacks of war. In one of them, a man is injured in an explosion. None are graphic but they are always intense. In one episode a hung body can be seen. The head is shown multiple times. Not graphic but quite intense. Season three, episode six (Guy Walks into an Advertising Agency): A secretary runs over a man's foot with a lawn mower. It is later revealed that he lost his foot. 13+
profanity In keeping with the 1960's, the profanity used is less crude than modern profanity, but they still do swear quite a bit. "Damn" and "Hell" are commonly used, sometimes stronger language such as "ass" or "shit" have been used. Some religious exclamations. [Season 2] This season contains mild coarse language such as 'sh*t' and 'son of a b*tch'. [Season 3] This season contains mild coarse language such as 'sh*t' and 'sonuvvab*tch'. [Season 4] This season contains a single utterance of the expletive 'fuck'. The episodes also contain some mild coarse language such as 'sh*t', 'asshole' and 'prick'.
alcohol Shows extensive alcohol and smoking, for the purpose of being accurate to the historical era it's portraying. Several of the characters drink and/or smoke constantly: at work and at home. One of the first episodes in the first season shows pregnant women smoking and drinking in a bar, as well as at home. Betty and her best friend smoke and drink during their pregnancies. It is implied in one episode that Don and Betty have trained their eight-year-old daughter to know how to make them certain drinks. Not graphically talked about. [Season 2] Excessive smoking and drinking by both male and female characters are seen. This is however, based on the setting of an era where such a lifestyle in an up-market corporate environment is expected. [Season 3] Drug use consists of a woman who demands a joint from her male colleagues when she finds out they are smoking marijuana. The drug use is strongly contextualized as the woman tries to fit in a male-dominated environment. As the episode progresses, however, the team members appear in a state of high and sing under the influence of the drug. The drug-taking is not promoted as one of them realizes that their time was not spent productively. Excessive smoking and drinking by both male and female characters are seen. This is however, based on the setting of an era where such a lifestyle in an up-market corporate environment is expected. [Season 5] A significant scene in Episode 6 depicts Roger and his wife Jane consuming LSD in an after-party dinner at her psychologist's home. The drug LSD was prescribed as a way to deal with their marriage troubles. The elderly hosts hand out the joints and 'sugar cubes' to their guests like after-party desserts. The scene also depicts the surrealistic effects of LSD on the consumers. Some users became somewhat pathetically sad and spaced out, while others, like Roger, experience euphoric lightness. The overall tone of the episode is somewhat humorous. In Episode 7, Roger further confides in his ex-wife that taking LSD was life-altering. He claims the drug enabled him to attain new perspectives and insights in life, albeit in the final episode he seemed rather sad and vacant as he stood naked in front of a window in his apartment alone. [Season 6] There is strong drug use depicted in this season as well, although justified by context and without vivd detail.
frightening 'Mad Men' is a TV-drama series set in New York in the 1960's. It follows the professional and private lives of staff at a leading advertising agency, known as Sterling Cooper. Overall the show is not frightening at all. Occasionally heavy themes (such as death) take presence in the show and it may be depressing to some. The series is intended for older, more mature audiences. (Episodes are rated TV-14, and some are TV-PG). Parents keep in mind that the ads and posters give the show a sexual look- although the show surprisingly takes other routes. [Season 1] Although most of the content in this season is portrayed discreetly or in passing, the cumulative impact is increased and is, thus, suitable for an older audience. [Season 2] In Season Two, Don Draper's wife, Betty, begins to suspect that her husband could be a philanderer, the creative director goes on to have an affair with his client's wife. Meanwhile, Peggy, now a copywriter, struggles to fit in with the male-dominated exec-committee. [Season 3] In Season Three, Betty contemplates leaving Don for another man. Don and Roger continue to garner more clients but a new stake buyer drives them to open a new agency. [Season 4] 'Mad Men' follows the professional and private lives of staff at a leading advertising agency. In Season Four, Don and Roger work to bring their former clients to engage their services at the new agency that they have formed up. Now divorced from Betty, Don spends a lot of time thinking on how to better his life whilst continuing casual relationships with his colleagues. He proposes marriage to his new secretary when she comes along on a holiday with his children. [Season 5] 'Mad Men: Season 5' consists of 13 episodes, each running about 47 minutes in length. Set in 1966 and 1967, the main feature of Season 5 is the marriage-cum-work life of Don Draper and Megan, and how this impacts on Don's children and highly unhappy ex-wife, Betty. Season Five also sees how Pete, Roger, Joan and Peggy variously come to realize in their professional and personal lives that the law of "every man for himself" applies. Lane Pryce, the British accountant partner, commits suicide in this season after Don discovers and fires him for siphoning money from the firm. Season 5 also contains a host of mature themes and content arising from the depiction of unhealthy lifestyles kept by the highly-jaded characters. Although each of such scenes is depicted relatively discreetly, e.g. brief side female nudity in a sexual context, or implied female-on-male masturbation, together they have a heavy presence. The range of such themes and content include the heavy consumption of alcohol and tobacco, especially by Don and Peggy under stress; the abandoned engagement in illicit sexual affairs by various key characters such as Pete; the use of prostitution as a business tackle most notably by Joan for the Jaguar account that also landed her a partnership in the firm; and Pryce's suicide. While most of these are used within context to capture the prevailing decadent lifestyle of corporate New York in the 1960s, a higher rating being recommended applies for their overall impact with mature viewing advised. OVERALL: 14+

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