It's no exaggeration to say that Mad Men helped change television. The show not only established AMC as a bona fide network with some of the best programs on TV, it proved to viewers that television could be as complex, nuanced and literary as any novel.
With this remarkable show as its focal point, "Celebrating Mad Men" attempts to poke into the dark corners of Don Draper's mind, peels back the layers of what makes characters like Peggy Olson and Pete Campbell tick, explores why we were so drawn to people like Roger Sterling and Joan Harris, and relives some of the show's greatest moments.
Because Mad Men may be gone, but the conversation about it certainly isn't.
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About the Author
He is the author of "Breaking Down Breaking Bad" (2013), and coauthor of "A Year of Hitchcock: 52 Weeks with the Master of Suspense"
(Scarecrow Press 2009) and "Hitchcock's Villains: Murderers, Maniacs and Mother Issues" (Scarecrow Press 2013), and contributing author on "Geek Wisdom: The Sacred Teachings of Nerd Culture" (Quirk Book 2011), among others.
Find out more at www.ericsanjuan.com, or write him at email@example.com.