Mad Men (2007–2015)

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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.

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Matthew Weiner

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30 August 2015 | Instant_Palmer
10
| Best TV Drama of All Time?
As it stands now, yes. Mad Men is the best TV drama of all-time.

Matthew Weiner's concept alone puts it into a must-try category. Those who have seen every episode in sequence, experience a level of quality TV that sets the bar to the top.

Matthew takes viewers on a high ball roller coaster of human experiences that explore pursuit of bliss, the depths of where one can go, and the winding roads of inner angst one must often travel.

The journey is a most interesting one in Don Draper's universe that occupies a time (1960s) in American cultural when changes occurred in warp speed.

No Pollyanna view of the world, Mad Men explores the full spectrum of human relationships and personality types.

View Mad Men from episode one season one if you haven't already. The trip is worth the time.

My vote for Best TV Drama of All Time

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