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“Mad Men” Creator Has a 10-year (Only Four More Seasons) Plan For the Show July 10, 2008 5:30 pm

Posted by Rosario T. Calabria in AMC, Mad Men, News, Television.

At the TCA panel for Mad Men, the show’s creator, Matt Weiner, revealed that the series will air for just four more years.  The plan is for the show to jump into the future approximately two years every season, which means that the story will end in 1969.  It’s certainly going to be quite interesting to see the transformation of the show over the coming seasons as it exits the 50’s and enters the 1960’s.

Mad Men joins a list of recent series setting end points for their runs (Battlestar Galactica-4 years and Lost-6 years to name a few.)  Though I would love if my favorite show could go on and on, I understand and agree with this policy.  I think all shows would improve dramatically if their respective creators have a diagram of where it begins and where it ends.

Season two of Mad Men premieres on AMC July 27th.  The season one DVD set (which is terrific by the way, and absolutely LOADED with extras) is available to own on DVD and Blu-ray Hi-Def.

Source: THR


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