Mad Men, Season 6: The Affair of the Year Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus Share Share on Pinterest Share Send email Mail Season 6 kicks off with a 2-hour season premiere, April 7. Promo for Season 5, after the cut. March 7, 2013 0 Comments Ryan Adams Posted in NewsTELEVISION Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus Share Share on Pinterest Share Send email Mail Unnecessary remake March 7, 2013 0 Comments Kubrick brainstorms subtitles for Dr Strangelove March 7, 2013 0 Comments About author Ryan Adams Related Posts 0 Comments Critics AwardsNews Winners: 2016 Atlanta Film Critics Society Awards Read more 0 Comments Critics AwardsLAFCANews Los Angeles Film Critics honor Moonlight with 4 top awards Read more 0 Comments BIFAfeaturedINDIE AWARDSNews American Honey sweeps 2016 British Independent Film Awards with 4 top honors Read more 0 Comments BEST DIRECTORFOREIGN LANGUAGEInterviewsNews Interview: Inside Xavier Dolan’s End of the World – A Francophile’s Dream Read more Tags Emmys 2013Mad MenTV Bryce Forestieri MAD MEN and GAME OF THRONES will be on that Sunday night. How do you function without a DVR?! Ryan Adams I had the wrong promo on page 1 for a few minutes, Bryce. Season 6 starts April 7. That still makes for a busy Sunday a month from now. Luke I love that Mad Men gives absolutely nothing away in any of their promos. CMG Mad Men plays it way close to the chest and has only gotten to Fort Knox level of secrecy since the Season 4 fiasco where some article revealed a major plot point to Don Draper. Anyway, no way that tagline means what we **think** it means. Also Richie Somner as Harry Crane is in first place in the character on the show most hit by the culture tide on the show, clearly: http://img2.timeinc.net/ew/i/2013/03/06/mad-men-roger-harry-don_510x340.jpg Eduardo Why do you only post promos of Mad men? Game of thrones and Boardwalk empire right now are way better, and they’re archiving a greatness never seen in tv before. They blow Mad men out of the water. CMG Boardwalk Empire has never been better at Mad Men at any point. If anything Boardwalk should have taken a lesson from Mad Men and not be so beholden to historical figures having major roles. steve50 Generally, I’m done with any series by the end of season three but Mad Men has held my interest. It’s probably due to the fact that it was a slow build from the first episode and they didn’t shoot the whole wad in the first two seasons like most series. Yeah – Boardwalk pales in comparison – besides, they killed off Charlie Cox, which is unforgiveable.