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Matthew Weiner and Jon Hamm talk about what's coming in season 6 of Mad Men

Matthew Weiner and Jon Hamm talk about what's coming in season 6 of Mad Men

Mad Men season 6 sneak preview. Starts April 7th on AMC.

Don Draper (Jon Hamm): Prepare to take a big leap forward.

Matthew Weiner: I think people will enjoy season 6, because it's a real journey into learning about Don. And it's very much a reflection of the period that we chose.

Peggy Olson (Elisabeth Moss): Dazzle me.

Jon Hamm: There's a lot of story to be told as well. We've set up like 60 episodes of television here and we're gonna see a lot of our favorite characters doing a lot of different things.

Jessica Pare: It's not what you think is coming. It's not coming in the way that you thought it was coming. It's probably not coming at all.

Unless you were expecting more great costumes and more big hair.

Rich Sommer: For my money it's certainly one of the more exciting seasons. I mean, there's a lot of stuff happening, that would never have happened on the show three or four years ago.

Matthew Weiner: We left of in the Spring of 1967. There is no year left between now and then that is not filled with upheaval.

Jon Hamm: There are definitely two sides to life. The part of life that is public. And the part that is private. I think a little bit of what we tried to do is sort of pull back the curtain.

Megan Draper (Jessica Pare): Everyone is gonna go home from this and they're gonna have sex.

Peggy Olson (Elisabeth Moss): Okay.

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