Monday, 24 June 2013

Mad Men Season 6 Finale....

(c) AMC (screen shot of episode 6.13)

10 Reasons why I can't stop loving this show:

- because the writing is just awesome
- because the cast is amazing
- because for six seasons now, Weiner has had a perfect hold on this story line and never failed to bring
  everything together
- because there's so many lessons to be learned by watching these characters grow
- because Don Draper's journey has always felt so true
- because it's okay to hate Don for being a complete asshole and then root for him to finally find
   happiness (and his true self)
- because there's always a bigger picture which isn't revealed until the final episode of each season
- because the many cross-references to the main events in the 60s.
- because of the gorgeous sets
- because so much is being said without much words (thanks to the talented cast)

Can't wait for season 7 and to find out how the journey will end.

Will the real Dick Whiteman be revealed? Will there be a happy ending for Don? Will Peggy find happiness?

Well... another long wait until we'll find out.

PS: If Jon Hamm doesn't win an Emmy for his performance this season then I don't know what else an actor must do to be rewarded. He was simply mind-blowing!

1 comment:

  1. good show,Mad Men is a drama about one of New York's most prestigious ad agencies at the beginning of the 1960s, focusing on one of the firm's most mysterious but extremely talented ad executives, Donald Draper. It tells the lives of the men and women who work in an advertising agency in New York in the 1960s. The agency is enjoying success, but the advertising game becomes more competitive as the industry develops. The agency must adapt to ensure its survival. Don Draper is a talented ad executive at the top of his game, but the secrets from his past and his present threaten to topple his work and family life.