AMC’s wildly popular and critically acclaimed period drama, Mad Men, created by Matthew Weiner, is due to draw to a close after the second seven episode installment of its seventh season. In seven seasons the audience has witnessed Don Draper’s (Jon Hamm) torrid affairs, business machismo, and the increasingly complex and furnished details of those in the extended Draper household and at Sterling Cooper, then Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce.
The trailer for part two of the seventh season is in the style of previous Mad Men season teasers, with focus on the fashions, moods, and broad strokes of this final collection of episodes. From the trailer it appears that in this last part of the seventh season, Mad Men jumps into the mid 1970s. The trailer features the dulcet tones of Diana Ross in her 1976 hit “Love Hangover”, and the fashions have changed, noticeably with more color and flare. As if that weren’t enough, the sideburns on Roger Sterling (John Slattery) are a dead mid-1970s giveaway.
Mad Men returns on April 5. Watch the trailer for part two of the final season below: