The series revolves around the conflicted world of Don Draper, the biggest ad man in the business, and his colleagues at the Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce Advertising Agency. As Don makes the plays in the boardroom and the bedroom, he struggles to stay a step ahead of the rapidly changing times and the young executives nipping at his heels. The series also depicts authentically the roles of men and women in this era while exploring the true human nature beneath the guise of 1960s traditional family values.
Don Draper is a leader in the advertising department of the prestigious agency on Madison Avenue in New York. Don is a born master of his craft, he always comes up with something new in the business, he is successful and lucky. At the same time, he manages to find the time to establish a difficult personal life. Don has been actively involved in the backstage life agency â€“ he has a weight and different levers of pressure on employees. Donald Draperâ€™s past shrouded in mist, but his career in advertising is going very well. Events in the series developed in the 60s, on a background specific to the U.S. social traits: smoking and alcoholism, infidelity, the preconditions for the emancipation of women and homophobia, racism and anti-Semitism, Missile Crisis and the Cold War.Read more »
Sterling Cooper advertising agencyâ€™ life is in full swing, and his staff have to get used to the new pace of work. Don has to take care about agency more than others â€“ business sharks are on the alert, and the competition between advertising agencies arise every day. Don as creative director to constantly give out original ideas to keep the audience and increase capital. Joan Harris finds a new secretary, Jane Siegel for Don. The former secretary of Don Peggy Olson has gone so well up the ladder that she is looking for a way to participate in the board of directors. Betty learns that she is pregnant...Read more »
New seasonâ€™s events are developing on the background of general hype about the JFK assassination. After lengthy negotiations, the advertising agency â€œSterling Cooperâ€ was sold to new owners â€“ a major British company. This greatly affected the customer base â€“ now the agency will have to work more closely with European companies. Before the deal about the transition of the agency â€œSterling Cooperâ€ the new owners will come into force, Roger, Don, Bert and Lane to develop the concept of forming a new agency. Don and Betty are going through hard times. Their relationship is constantly subjected to tests of strength.Read more »
In the fourth season Don Draper struggles to solve family problems. Relationship with his ex-wife Betty â€“ first stable and relatively friendly â€“ are becoming strained. Betty wants to limit contact Don with children, which leads to conflict, which he wanted to avoid. The eldest daughter, Sally most of all going through a parentsâ€™ divorce. She misses her father, and she writes regularly to him. Don professional life has also changed. The idea to establish his own company visited him for a long time. Don finally decides to leave the â€œSterling Cooperâ€ and taken with some employees.Read more »
The series tells us about the New â€“ York 60th years of the twentieth century. The main hero of the TV series is Don Draper, who works Creative Director at an advertising agency in the heart of the city. Don is full of energy and strength, he is a great manipulator and schemer. His main task now is to hold out as long as possible on the post and try to beat your competitors all along the lineâ€¦Read more »
Don Draper and company are back! In the new season: Don spearheads a new campaign, but he has a disagreement with a client; Roger gets unsettling news; Betty takes in a houseguest; Pete entertains a guest; Peggy tries to motivate the staff; the partners try to keep a secret campaign under wraps; an old friend visits Joan.Read more »
After a breakdown which ended with placing Don on longstanding paid holidays he feels emptiness in his life. His relationships with Megan, who builds a career in California, go wrong and they appear to have disparate interests. Moreover Don hasnâ€™t told her about his holiday yet and pretends to go to the office every day. Sallyâ€™s daughter grew up and seems to understand her father better than others, but still she is a teenager and has a difficult period. Don strives to return to the agency but his partners are not happy to see him. Jim Cutler stakes on computers. Roger Sterling is more preoccupied with his life and daughterâ€™s problems, as she has moved to a hippie commune and left her husband and son. Pete Campbell lives in California and he is as always ambitious and aimed at the highest results but loses the common ground with his family. Ted Chaough recedes on the background of advertising. But life continues. Agency struggles for a â€œBurger Chiefâ€ and one of the tobacco companies. The partners spin intrigues while Neil Armstrong is at the edge of stepping on the moon soilâ€¦Read more »