Mad Men, The Complete Series

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Set in the captivating world of 1960s New York, MAD MEN follows iconic ad man Don Draper (Golden Globe® winner Jon Hamm), his colleagues, and his family. Mad Men, The Complete Series Wiki

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The series revolves around the conflicted world of Don Draper, the biggest ad man in the business, and his colleagues at the Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce 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.

Episode TitleTime
Season 1, Episode 1: Smoke Gets In Your Eyes48:39
Season 1, Episode 2: Ladies Room47:02
Season 1, Episode 3: Marriage of Figaro44:13
Season 1, Episode 4: New Amsterdam45:11
Season 1, Episode 5: 5G48:03
Season 1, Episode 6: Babylon46:56
Season 1, Episode 7: Red In the Face47:04
Season 1, Episode 8: The Hobo Code48:03
Season 1, Episode 9: Shoot47:35
Season 1, Episode 10: Long Weekend47:57
Season 1, Episode 11: Indian Summer47:58
Season 1, Episode 12: Nixon vs. Kennedy47:50
Season 1, Episode 13: The Wheel48:25
Season 1, Special Feature: Scoring Mad Men07:38
Season 1, Special Feature: Advertising the American Dream19:51
Season 1, Special Feature: Establishing Mad Men 1:01:11
Season 2, Episode 1: For Those Who Think Young48:58
Season 2, Episode 2: Flight 148:18
Season 2, Episode 3: The Benefactor47:06
Season 2, Episode 4: Three Sundays48:09
Season 2, Episode 5: The New Girl48:48
Season 2, Episode 6: Maidenform48:14
Season 2, Episode 7: The Gold Violin47:53
Season 2, Episode 8: A Night to Remember48:39
Season 2, Episode 9: Six Month Leave48:31
Season 2, Episode 10: The Inheritance47:35
Season 2, Episode 11: The Jet Set47:56
Season 2, Episode 12: The Mountain King47:48
Season 2, Episode 13: Meditations in an Emergency48:07
Season 2, Special Feature: Birth of an Independent Woman - Part 119:43
Season 2, Special Feature: Birth of an Independent Woman - Part 223:19
Season 2, Special Feature: An Era of Style21:39
Season 2, Special Feature: Jackie Kennedy - Tour of the White House03:46
Season 2, Special Feature: Lutece Restaurant09:33
Season 2, Special Feature: Sardi's Restaurant05:01
Season 2, Special Feature: A Look at Maidenform04:02
Season 2, Special Feature: The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance05:19
Season 2, Special Feature: Port Huron Statement05:48
Season 2, Special Feature: Rothko Art06:17
Season 2, Special Feature: Marilyn Monroe03:36
Season 2, Special Feature: Freedom Riders07:51
Season 2, Special Feature: Space Race03:44
Season 2, Special Feature: Hot Rods07:36
Season 2, Special Feature: Cuban Missile Crisis04:00
Season 3, Episode 1: Out of Town47:23
Season 3, Episode 2: Love Among the Ruins47:25
Season 3, Episode 3: My Old Kentucky Home47:35
Season 3, Episode 4: The Arrangements47:33
Season 3, Episode 5: The Fog47:33
Season 3, Episode 6: Guy Walks Into an Advertising Agency47:35
Set in 1960 New York City in an unexpected new world - the high-powered and glamorous Golden Age of advertising - where everyone is selling something and nothing is ever what you expect it to be. The drama unfolds around Don Draper, the biggest ad man in the business. As he 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.
Don continues to conceal his increasingly complicated personal life, even in the face of Roger's (John Slattery) invitation to open up. Meanwhile, Peggy pines for the absent Pete - still on his honeymoon - while fending off the advances of several of the men of Sterling Cooper.
Pete returns from his honeymoon, excited about his new marriage, but conflicted about his past encounter with Peggy. After his business relationship with Rachel takes an unforeseen turn, Don attends a party which further illuminates his increasing dissatisfaction with his present life.
Pete's professional and personal lives become more complicated as he struggles to assert power in both. While facing pressure from his wife regarding a new apartment, he further alienates Don and endangers his own position at Sterling Cooper.
After Don wins an award, his photo is featured in Advertising Age. Don must deal with the fallout, as the photo brings back a past he isn't ready to confront. Ken gets a short story published in The Atlantic Monthly, inciting jealousy among his colleagues and driving Pete to make an unorthodox request of his wife. Peggy overhears a startling conversation in the office and shares the secret with Joan.
A taboo office romance is revealed. At a brainstorming session, Peggy proves to be more than a secretary, opening up new opportunities for her at Sterling Cooper. Meanwhile, Rachel faces her conflicted feelings for Don after he seeks out her advice on a new campaign.
Roger joins Don for an evening of dinner and drinking, during which, Roger's behaviour leads to a rift in their friendship. Though Don accepts his apology, there are further consequences for Roger. Pete faces trouble at home as he continues to struggle with the demands of his new marriage.
Don is tormented as pieces of his secretive past begin to haunt him. Peggy's new success at work and resulting boost in confidence threaten her office relationship. Salvatore (Bryan Batt) gets a little too close with a client.
A rival ad agency courts Don, involving Betty in their attempt to lure him from Sterling Cooper. As the presidential campaign heats up, the agency looks for new ways to counter the latest Kennedy ads. Tempers flare over Peggy.
Don loses an account. Roger, stuck in the city for Labour Day weekend, attempts to cheer him up. Meanwhile, Joan has a night out on the town with her roommate.
Peggy is given a difficult assignment. Roger's work problems provide new opportunities for Don, and Pete grows more frustrated. Betty finds a new outlet for her growing dissatisfaction.
On election night, the Sterling Cooper staff pulls a rowdy all-nighter while watching the returns. Pete's ambitions cause him to directly challenge Don.
As Thanksgiving approaches, Don's work responsibilities interfere with his domestic life. Peggy is given a new opportunity, provoking the ire of some of her colleagues. Betty makes a startling discovery.
A look at the music of Mad Men with the show's composer David Carbonara.
A look at 1960s advertising as depicted in the show Mad Men with real-life ad-legends from that time period.
A treasure trove of information on the making of the series in addition to a documentary on the real-life mad men -- and women -- who were working in the business during that period.
It's Valentine's Day, and the Sterling Cooper advertising agency is hustling to stay on top of its game and buzzing over the newest office equipment.
Paul hosts a party at his apartment and introduces someone special to his colleagues. Peggy visits her family for dinner. Despite a conflict of interest, the Sterling Cooper agency pursues an airline account.
Trouble arises on the set of a commercial. Harry tries to gather support around a controversial sponsorship. Betty joins Don when he attempts to appease his clients with a friendly dinner.
Don and Betty enjoy a family weekend together. Sterling Cooper staffers work double time to prepare for a last minute pitch meeting.
Don, once again, finds himself having to deal with issues between TV comedian Jimmy and his wife Bobbie. Joan finally finds Don the perfect secretary.
Don and Duck take a stab at making peace. Peggy tries to insinuate herself into the execs' after-hours meetings. Duck deals with a family visit at the office.
Don debates buying a new car. Cooper has a new piece of art in his office that attracts the interest of the workers at Sterling Cooper. Don's new secretary finds her way.
Father Gill convinces Peggy to contribute on a pro-bono church project. To win the business of a foreign beer brand, Duck and Don try to create market appeal to a new demographic. Harry is overwhelmed with the workload in his department and recruits assistance from an unlikely source.
Freddy Rumsen disappoints his team during a pitch. Pete finds an opportunity at the office to exploit, while Don proves his loyalty to an old friend. Betty finds a welcome distraction in Sara Beth.
Betty visits her ailing father. Paul's girlfriend, Sheila, tries to convince him to prioritize his civic duties. Pete's mother disapproves of an idea that Pete and Trudy are considering.
On a business trip to Los Angeles, Don becomes acquainted with some exciting new friends. Peggy looks for romance at work. Duck starts thinking about the future of Sterling Cooper.
Don meets with an old friend. An account hangs in the balance when Pete's personal life presents problems. Joan brings her boyfriend to the office.
Sterling Cooper is in play, and the office scrambles without Don. Betty learns some disconcerting news.
From housewives to working women, this video featurette examines the rise of female independence in the Mad Men era.
From housewives to working women, this video featurette examines the rise of female independence in the Mad Men era.
This featurette explores the fashion of the 1960's and its lasting influence on designers today.
A detailed tour of the redecoration Jackie Kennedy undertook at the White House.
An exploration of Lutèce Restaurant, the famous New York restaurant that Don Draper visits.
An exploration of Sardi's Restaurant, showcasing cooking demonstrations from the chefs.
A mini-featurette on the history of Maidenform bras.
An interactive featurette paying homage to the famous American Western film.
An interactive featurette discussing the cultural significance of the Port Huron Statement.
A mini-featurette focused on Rothko Art.
An interactive featurette examining the cultural importance of Marilyn Monroe.
An interactive featurette focusing on Freedom Riders and their role in the American Civil Rights Movement.
An interactive featurette paying homage to the Space Race.
A discussion with modern hot rod enthusiasts who contributed vehicles to the show.
An interactive featurette paying homage to the Cuban Missile Crisis.
Don and Sal travel to Baltimore, where each makes new friends. Don discovers Sal's secret after the hotel's fire alarm goes off.
Roger is hurt that Margaret doesn't want him at her wedding. Grandpa Gene arrives for a stay. The Sterling Cooper team preps for a Patio presentation.
Roger and Jane throw a party for Derby Day, where both Don and Betty make new acquaintances. Joan hosts a dinner for Greg's colleagues. Peggy joins Smitty, Paul, and Paul's pal Jeffrey for a smoke.
Sterling Cooper nabs the Jai Alai account. Tapped to direct the Patio commercial, a nervous Sal re-enacts the scene for his wife, Kitty. Peggy searches for a new roommate. Gene collapses at the supermarket.
Struggling with Gene's death, Sally gets into a fight at school, and the Drapers are called in by Miss Farrell to discuss her behavior. Duck Phillips courts Pete and Peggy for Grey Advertising. Betty gives birth to baby Gene.
Puttnam, Powell, & Lowe arrives to announce the new hierarchy, only to have their plans scotched. Joan celebrates her last day at the office. Conrad Hilton formally introduces himself to Don; Betty tries to broker peace between Sally and baby Gene.

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- MAD MEN5 star

Hands down the most intriguing drama series that totally drew me in and I did a scrapbook of the series and I am currently hanging memorable pictures of the outstanding cast. Save the best for last.... you cannot have a hit show without brilliant writers. Thanks Matthew Weiner ! Hope to make it to New York soon

- "If I Don't Go Into That Office Every Day, Who Am I?"5 star

The reptuation of this series speaks for itself. I already owned the first four seasons on BluRay, but I caught th complete series on iTunes on sale for less than buying the final three seaosns on BluRay. The only gripe I have is that the special features between seasons show up as episodes on my 3rd gen AppleTV. It's also worth noting that you're not buying a collection of seven seperate seasons, but all the episodes are bundled together. That's not necessarily a negative, but I was surpised, since this is the first time I've bought a complete series on iTunes.

- Mad men5 star

Excellent tv show

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$20 for the whole series!

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I got it even less then El Verdugo at $34.99! What a country, America! I love it!

- Does Not Include Commentary Tracks3 star

Disappointed that the iTunes version of Mad Men, The Complete Series does not include any of the audio commentary tracks that exist for all episodes available in the DVD/Blu-Ray versions. Makes no sense in this age of streaming content that one must buy the physical media to get access to those audio tracks.

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I was waiting until they would sell the complete series. I got it for $49.99. Which is a bargain. Walmart is selling the complete series for blu-ray for $99.99. Thanks iTunes!!!

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