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Trailer Park: AMC Releases First Mad Men Season Four Promos

"It's time to start a new tab."

Yes, it's time once again to travel back to the 1960s with the return of AMC's Mad Men, which returns to the lineup next month.

The cabler has released the first promo for Season Four of Mad Men (launching July 25th), which doesn't feature any original footage from next season--it would, of course, give away clues to just when and where we find the characters when we return--but instead uses clips from previous seasons to highlight the tension and drama of the series.

Additionally, AMC has released character-specific promos--depicting Don Draper (Jon Hamm), Betty (January Jones), Roger (John Slattery), Joan (Christina Hendricks), Pete Campbell (Vincent Kartheiser), and Peggy (Elisabeth Moss)--that offer snippets of where the characters left off last season.

All of the promos can be viewed in full below.

Mad Men: Get Ready for Season Four



Mad Men: A Fresh Start For Don



Mad Men: A Fresh Start For Betty



Mad Men: A Fresh Start For Roger



Mad Men: A Fresh Start For Joan



Mad Men: A Fresh Start For Pete



Mad Men: A Fresh Start For Peggy



Season Four of Mad Men premieres Sunday, July 25th at 10 pm ET/PT on AMC.

Comments

Debbie said…
I loved the promos and think that Matt Weiner's understated approach to the combined group and individual promos is one of the greatest "hooks" that a show runner/creator has ever utilized. It is so smart to build up our interest in the show, but also very crafty to not include new footage... He just has a way of making you feel for the characters, even the ones you don't like. It is definitely a watercooler show for the cool crowd!
SamSee said…
I love the image of Don in the empty office with the phone. They do such an amazing job with their PR. Don Draper would be proud!

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