11. Mad Men
Matthew Weiner and Lionsgate Television are the creators of the American historical drama television program Mad Men. It had seven seasons and 92 episodes, airing on the cable network AMC from July 19, 2007, to May 17, 2015. The story’s made-up timeline spans the months of March 1960 and November 1970.
Don Draper, a flamboyant advertising executive who is initially the talented creative director at Sterling Cooper, is the primary character of the television series. He is portrayed by Jon Hamm. Although eccentric and enigmatic, he is revered as a genius in the advertising industry and is credited with creating some of the most well-known historical campaigns. Thereafter, Don joins Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce as a founding partner, but he soon faces challenges as his highly analytical character begins to deteriorate. The show’s plot follows the characters in both his private and professional lives. The series shows how American attitudes and social mores evolved during the 1960s and the early 1970s.
Mad Men garnered numerous accolades, including 16 Emmys and five Golden Globes, for its writing, acting, directing, visual aesthetic, and historical veracity. It also got great praise from critics.
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