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Magazines Promote Popular American TV Show Mad Men

Mad Men was created and produced by Matthew Weiner. It was premiered at the 19th July 2007, and completed his second season at the 26th October 2008. Set in New York, Mad Men begins in 1960 at the fictional Sterling Cooper advertising agency on Madison Avenue New York City. The play centers on the character of Don Draper (played by actor John Hamm), the agency creative director and the people in your work and private life. It also shows the changing social customs and culture in America in the 1960s as women in the workplace, sexuality and politics.

The main characters of Mad Men, but Don Draper are: Betty Draper, Don was unhappy housewife, Roger Sterling, Don's womanizing boss, Peggy Olson, ambitious copywriter, Pete Campbell frustrated manager, Joan Holloway, office manager isimbol sensuality , Salvatore Romano, art director and full of conflict husband, Paul Kinsey-pipe smoking Orson Welles look-a-as a copywriter, and Harry Crane, an ambitious yet gullible television host. There is a variety of supporting characters who appear regularly on the show.

from the beginning of Mad Men has received widespread criticism, particularly for its historical authenticity and visual style, and has won numerous awards including three Golden Globes and BAFTA and six Emmys. And, apparently from a record number of viewers this year, it is very popular with the viewing audience, which is no small feat.

leading to 16 August, the season three premiere of Mad Men, the media, including many journals published a series of stories about different aspects of the show, including, fashion, culture and advertising. Some of the magazines that ran the story are Mad Men Vanity Fair, and Mr. and Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, InStyle, USA Today, Time, Entertainment Weekly, and Fast Company magazine. In addition, actress January Jones (Betty Draper) appeared on the cover of Interview magazine and John Hamm appeared on the cover of U.S. magazine photographers.

As the number of leads in three seasons once again for the Emmy Awards, including best drama series, outstanding lead actor in a drama series for John Hamm, a prominent actress in a drama series for Elizabeth Moss (Peggy Olson), and Best Supporting actor in a Drama Series for John Slattery (Roger Sterling).


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