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The series premiered on July 19, , on the cable network AMC. After seven seasons and 92 episodes, Mad Men's final episode aired on May 17, According to the show's pilot, the phrase "Mad men" was a slang term coined in the s by advertisers working on Madison Avenue to refer to themselves, a claim that has since been disputed. 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 through the s.

The series begins in March with season one and moves through November by the conclusion of season seven. Don Draper Jon Hamm is a main focus in the series, initially as the talented creative director at Sterling Cooper and later a founding partner at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, as are the people in his personal and professional lives.

Throughout its run, Mad Men received widespread critical acclaim for its writing, acting, directing, visual style, and historical authenticity; it has won many awards, including 16 Emmys and five Golden Globes.

The show was also the first basic cable series to receive the Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series , winning in each of its first four seasons. In , while working as a staff writer for Becker , Matthew Weiner wrote the first draft as a spec script for the pilot of what would later be called Mad Men.

Weiner and his representatives at Industry Entertainment and ICM tried to sell the pilot script to HBO, which expressed an interest, but insisted that David Chase be named executive producer which Chase declined, despite his enthusiasm for Weiner's writing and the pilot script.

Weiner then moved on to Showtime , which also passed. Lacking a suitable network buyer, they tabled sales efforts until years later, when a talent manager on Weiner's team, Ira Liss, pitched the series to AMC's Vice President of Development, Christina Wayne. Weiner listed Alfred Hitchcock as a major influence on the visual style of the series, especially the film North by Northwest. Tim Hunter , the director of a half-dozen episodes from the show's first two seasons, called Mad Men a "very well-run show".

They have a lot of production meetings during pre-production. The day the script comes in we all meet for a first page turn, and Matt starts telling us how he envisions it. Then there's a "tone" meeting a few days later where Matt tells us how he envisions it. And then there's a final full crew production meeting where Matt again tells us how he envisions it The writers, including Weiner, amassed volumes of research on the period in which Mad Men takes place so as to make most aspects of the series—including detailed set design, costume design, and props—historically accurate, [11] [12] [19] producing an authentic visual style that garnered critical praise.

It would've been sanitary and it would've been phony. Weiner collaborated with cinematographer Phil Abraham and production designers Robert Shaw who worked on the pilot only and Dan Bishop to develop a visual style that was "influenced more by cinema than television".

Many scenes set at Sterling Cooper were shot lower-than-eyeline to incorporate the ceilings into the composition of frame ; this reflects the photography, graphic design and architecture of the period.

In March , after negotiations between the network and the series' creator, AMC picked up Mad Men for a fifth season, which premiered on March 25, On the other hand, when you do television you have a steady paycheck each week, so that's nice. The opening title sequence features credits superimposed over a graphic animation of a businessman falling from a height, surrounded by skyscrapers with reflections of period advertising posters and billboards, accompanied by a short edit of the instrumental "A Beautiful Mine" by RJD2.

The businessman appears as a black-and-white silhouette. The titles, created by production house Imaginary Forces, pay homage to graphic designer Saul Bass 's skyscraper-filled opening titles for Alfred Hitchcock 's North by Northwest and falling man movie poster for Vertigo ; Weiner has listed Hitchcock as a major influence on the visual style of the series.

David Carbonara composed the original score for the series. Mad Men — Original Score Vol. At the end of almost all episodes, the show either fades to black or smash cuts to black as period music, or a theme by series composer David Carbonara, plays during the ending credits ; at least one episode ends with silence or ambient sounds.

A few episodes have ended with more recent popular music, or with a diegetic song dissolving into the credits music. The Beatles authorized the use of " Tomorrow Never Knows " for the Season 5 episode "Lady Lazarus", and the same track was used over the closing credits. It marked a rare instance where the band licensed its music for a television series.

In addition to having created the series, Matthew Weiner was the show runner , head writer , and an executive producer; he contributed to each episode—writing or co-writing the scripts, casting various roles, and approving costume and set designs.

Scott Hornbacher who later became an executive producer [22] , Todd London , Lisa Albert , Andre Jacquemetton , and Maria Jacquemetton were producers on the first season. Bridget Bedard , Chris Provenzano , and writer's assistant Robin Veith completed the first-season writing team.

Lisa Albert, Andre Jacquemetton and Maria Jacquemetton returned as supervising producers for the second season. Veith also returned and was promoted to staff writer. Hornbacher replaced Palmer as co-executive producer for the second season. New writer's assistant Kater Gordon was the season's other writer. Isaacs, Cleveland and Anderson left the crew at the end of the second season. Albert remained a supervising producer for the third season but Andre Jacquemetton and Maria Jacquemetton became consulting producers.

Hornbacher was promoted again, this time to executive producer. Veith returned as a story editor and Gordon became a staff writer. Noxon remained a consulting producer and was joined by new consulting producer Frank Pierson. Dahvi Waller joined the crew as a co-producer.

New writer's assistant Erin Levy , executive story editor Cathryn Humphris , script co-ordinator Brett Johnson and freelance writer Andrew Colville completed the third season writing staff.

Matthew Weiner directed each of the season finales. As of the third season, seven of the nine writers for the show were women, in contrast to Writers Guild of America statistics that showed male writers outnumbered female writers by 2 to 1. We have a predominately female writing staff—women from their early 20s to their 50s—and plenty of female department heads and directors. Can you bring great storytelling? Mad Men focuses mostly on Don Draper, although it features an ensemble cast representing several segments of society in s New York.

Mad Men places emphasis on recollective progression as a means of revealing the characters' past. Mad Men depicts parts of American society and culture of the s, highlighting cigarette smoking , drinking , sexism , feminism , adultery , homophobia , antisemitism , and racism. MSNBC noted that the series "mostly remains disconnected from the outside world, so the politics and cultural trends of the time are illustrated through people and their lives, not broad, sweeping arguments. According to Weiner, he chose the s because "every time I would try and find something interesting that I wanted to do, it happened in It will blow your mind if you look at the year on the almanac.

And it's not just the election [of JFK ]. The pill came out in March , that's really what I wanted it to be around That's the largest change in the entire world. Seriously, it's just astounding. Especially if you look at the movies from the 50s. Once it was acceptable to talk about this idea that teenagers were having sex, which they have been doing, obviously, since time immemorial, there were all these movies like Blue Denim , and Peyton Place So all of a sudden that entire issue [of pregnancy ] has been removed from society.

That was what I was interested in in Television commentators have noted the series' study of personal identity. This theme is explored most candidly through Don Draper's identity fraud during the Korean War , in which he takes on another soldier's name in order to leave the war. Tim Goodman considers identity to be the show's overriding theme, calling Don Draper "a man who's been living a lie for a long time.

He's built to be a loner. And over the course of three seasons we've watched him carry this existential angst through a fairy-tale life of his own creation. Gawker noted that "Not only is the agency of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce in the business of spinning them—or at least warping the truth—to sell product, but the main character, Don Draper, is built on a lie. Just like one of his campaigns, his whole identity is a sweet fabrication, a kind of candy floss spun out of opportunity, innuendo, and straight-up falsehood.

The New Republic writer Ruth Franklin said that "The show's method is to take us behind the scenes of the branding of American icons—Lucky Strike cigarettes, Hilton hotels, Life cereal —to show us not how the products themselves were created, but how their 'very sexy … very magical' images were dreamed up.

Draper's fatal flaw is his lack of psychological awareness: He is at once perfectly tuned into the desires of America and entirely out of touch with his own character". Each one is filled with thwarted ambitions and frustrated dreams, none more so than Don Draper himself, whose closet, it's gradually revealed over Seasons 1 and 2, is filled with proverbial skeletons.

Mad Men has provoked much discussion about sexism, sexual politics and relationships. The show presents a workplace culture in which men — regardless of marital status — frequently enter sexual relationships with other women, in which it is assumed that female employees are sexually available for their male bosses, and in which jokes about the desirability of one's wife dying are told by husbands in front of their own wives.

Most of the main characters have strayed outside of their marriages. It's painful because this behavior is not as far back in our past as we would like to think. Our daughters continually get the messages that power still comes through powerful men. And unfortunately being pretty is still a quality that can get you on the ladder—though it still won't take you to the top.

The Los Angeles Times said that "the sexism, in particular, is almost suffocating, and not in the least fun to watch. But it's the force against which the most compelling female characters struggle, and the opposition that defines them.

The interaction with everyday misogyny and condescension—the housewife whose shrink reports to her husband, the ad woman who's cut out of the after-hours wheeling and dealing—gives the characters purpose and shape. Stephanie Coontz of The Washington Post said that women "portrayed the sexism of that era so unflinchingly, they told me, that they could not bear to watch.

Aviva Dove-Viebahn wrote that " Mad Men straddles the line between a nuanced portrayal of how sexism and patriarchal entitlement shape lives, careers and social interactions in the s and a glorified rendering of the 'fast-paced, chauvinistic world of s advertising and all that comes with it. ABC News noted that "as the show's time frame progressed into the s, series creator Matthew Weiner didn't hold back in depicting a world of liquor-stocked offices, boozy lunches and alcohol-soaked dinners.

During the fourth season Don Draper starts to realize he has a major drinking problem. ABC News quoted an addiction specialist who said that "over the last ten years, alcoholism has been more fully understood as a disease.

But in the sixties, bad behavior resulting from heavy drinking could be considered 'macho' and even romantic, rather than as a compulsive use of alcohol despite adverse consequences. Advertisement executive Jerry Della Femina said of the show, "if anything, it's underplayed. There was a tremendous amount of drinking. Three-martini lunches were the norm The only thing that saved us was that the clients and agencies that we were going back to drank as much as we did Bottles in desk drawers were not the exception but the rule".

The Los Angeles Times opined that Mad Men excels at "stories of characters fighting to achieve personal liberation in the restless years before the advent of the full-blown culture wars. Peggy's visit to a loft, with a Life Magazine photo editor-friend, placed her squarely in the center of the exciting creativity so rampant in the underground and also so rebellious against the mainstream. As they embark on their opposite trajectories, the camera lingers on their knowing glances.


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