Well, it was only a matter of time that Brit export and founding partner Lane Pryce, would make his blithering exit after a season bloated with his trials and tribulations
AMC’s mega-hit Mad Men has been garnering rave reviews since it came back earlier this year after a painfully long hiatus. But AMC isn’t alone when it comes to reaping the rewards and profits courtesy of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, Banana Republic also has cause to celebrate.
AMC’s Mad Men served up a delightful concoction of intrigue and marital strife, mixed in with blended slices of mood inducers.
Betty’s much-anticipated return to Mad Men was cleverly orchestrated and appropriately effective. It is clear that the writers have mastered the art of storytelling by meticulously covering the gaping surfaces and cinching all the edges without sacrificing the quality of an already perfect product.
The savvy drama Mad Men, conquered the air waves last Sunday after an uncomfortably long hiatus. The two hour premiere re-launched the campaign for a show that despite its popularity, seemed to struggle to find a steady rhythm amidst all the praise and accolades.
Mad Men is poised for its long-awaited and heralded return after being on hiatus for more than a year, but their reception has been marred by their marketing strategy which has left thousands of bereaved families from the 9/11 disaster crying foul.
AMC’s hit Mad Men, captures the essentially chaotic era of the 60’s perfectly and Banana Republic is eager to bring back another installment of their collection that celebrates the sprit and searing themes of the critically acclaimed show.