Matthew Weiner, the Creator of ‘Mad Men,’ Prepares for Another Fade to Black – NYTimes.com

It took almost 55 years, but the 1960s are finally over. They ended without our even realizing it, somewhere in the middle of this bifurcated final season of “Mad Men,” after Don Draper and his fellow employees at Sterling Cooper & Partners watched the moon landing and mourned the death of the agency’s gentle co-founder Bert Cooper. When the AMC drama returned a year later, in April, for its final seven episodes, suddenly it was the spring of 1970, and the decade that had defined this show was gone.

Now there are no more reprieves for “Mad Men.” On Sunday, after 92 episodes, the series and the story of Don Draper come to an end.

via Matthew Weiner, the Creator of ‘Mad Men,’ Prepares for Another Fade to Black – NYTimes.com.

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