‘Mad Men’ Season 6 premiere review
Fear of mortality — well, okay, the certainty of mortality — pervades the sixth season of “Mad Men” the way cigarette smoke pervades the air at the ad agencies where it is set.
While this may be unsettling for the characters, it’s good news for viewers of what remains the best-crafted show on television.
PHOTOS: 'MAD MEN' SEASON 6
More precisely, perhaps, the mortality thing in Sunday’s two-hour opening episode of the new season hits the older folks hardest. Kids like Peggy Olson (Elisabeth Moss) carry on as if mortality hardly matters — though we know that soon enough she will learn.
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