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'Mad Men' Final Season Photos: Don, Megan, Peggy and Roger Are Definitely Going Places

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick March 12, 2014 @ 7:53 AM
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It's become something of a running gag that 'Mad Men' keeps spoilers airtight right through the premiere, but even the recent key art and photo from the final season at least implied we might see Don Draper do a bit of travel. Now, Roger, Peggy and Megan have all gotten in on the go with the latest 'Mad Men' season key art, while Matthew Weiner has offered up a few suggestions as to what we might see in "The End of an Era."

'The Simpsons' Gets Peggy Pregnant, 'Mad Men's Elisabeth Moss to Guest

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick April 17, 2013 @ 5:08 PM
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While Peggy Olson is pretty much killing it these days on the new season of 'Mad Men,' Elisabeth Moss will suffer a bit of a setback on the next cycle of 'The Simpsons.' According to new reports, 'Mad Men' will lend its third major star to the long-running FOX animated series, as Moss gives voice to a pregnant woman in an upcoming episode, but how does Homer Simpson fit in to the woman's labor? Find out inside!

'Mad Men' Season 6 Isn't Getting Rid of Peggy

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 26, 2012 @ 5:00 PM
AMC
Viewers were certainly in for quite a shock this season of 'Mad Men,' with all the surprising twists and unexpected departures, but one question certainly lingered by the end of the year.  With Peggy Olson finally taking the plunge and departing Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce for greener pastures, will Elisabeth Moss be back for the inevitable season 6?  What series creator Matthew Weiner has to say may surprise you.

Is Another 'Mad Men' Star Leaving the Show?

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick June 6, 2012 @ 9:05 AM
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'Mad Men' fans were shocked this past Sunday during "Commissions and Fees" when a fan-favorite character made a decidedly permanent exit from the series, but equally surprised the week prior when yet another major character made what seemed to be a very surprising business decision.  Now, one is saying the other's exit was more permanent than we realize, so where should we separate truth from fiction?