A team of account executives in a 1960's New York City ad agency.
Jon Hamm, John Slattery, Vincent Kartheiser, January Jones, Christina Hendricks, Elisabeth Moss, Robert Morse, Rich Sommer, Aaron Staton, Kiernan Shipka, Christopher Stanley, Jessica Paré, Jay r. Ferguson, Ben Feldman, Jared Harris, Bryan Batt, Rosemarie Dewitt, Maggie Siff, Michael Gladis, Darby Stanchfield, Anne Dudek
Matthew Weiner (Executive Producer), Scott Hornbacher (Executive Producer), Matthew Weiner (Writer), Robin Veith (Writer), Matthew Weiner (Director), Alan Taylor (Director), Lisa Albert (Writer), Andre Jacquemetton (Writer), Maria Jacquemetton (Writer), Tim Hunter (Director), Tom Palmer (Writer), Paul Feig (Director), Chris Provenzano (Writer), Phil Abraham (Director), Bridget Bedard (Writer), Andrew Bernstein (Director), Lesli Glatter (Director), Ed Bianchi (Director)
|"Marriage of Figaro" Don gets closer to Rachel and is troubled by a chance encounter on a train; The wives are feeling threatened by the new girl. (Repeat)||AMC|
|"New Amsterdam" Don teaches Pete a lesson when he oversteps his authority while dealing with a valuable client; At home, Pete is pressured by his new bride to buy their own apartment unit, and Betty has a strange babysitting experience. (Repeat)||AMC|
|"5G" Don's past catches up to him when he wins an award and gets his picture in a prominent industry periodical; Ken makes his colleagues jealous when he gets a short story published in a national magazine. (Repeat)||AMC|
|"Babylon" Peggy's ideas get noticed during a pitch meeting and her future begins to look more promising; Don asks Rachel's advice about an ad campaign. (Repeat)||AMC|
|"Red in the Face" Roger joins Don for an evening of dinner and drinking, during which Roger's behavior leads to a rift in their friendship. (Repeat)||AMC|
|"The Hobo Code" Don is tormented by his past; Peggy's success threatens her relationship; Salvatore gets close to a client. (Repeat)||AMC|
|"Shoot" A rival ad agency uses Betty to try to lure Don away from Sterling Cooper; the agency tries to counter the latest Kennedy ads. (Repeat)||AMC|
|"Long Weekend" Don loses an important account so Roger attempts to cheer him up with the aid of twin models; Joan's roommate makes an unnerving confession. (Repeat)||AMC|
|"Indian Summer" Peggy deals with a difficult assignment; Don finds new opportunities in Roger's problems; Betty finds an outlet for her growing dissatisfaction. (Repeat)||AMC|
|"Nixon vs. Kennedy" The staff at Sterling Cooper stay up all night to watch the Nixon/Kennedy election returns; Pete Campbell's ambitions cause him to directly challenge Don. (Repeat)||AMC|
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.
Jon Hamm as Don Draper
John Slattery as Roger Sterling
Vincent Kartheiser as Pete Campbell
January Jones as Betty Draper
Christina Hendricks as Joan Holloway
Elisabeth Moss as Peggy Olson
Robert Morse as Bertram Cooper
Rich Sommer as Harry Crane
Aaron Staton as Ken Cosgrove
Kiernan Shipka as Sally Draper
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