Mad Men: Season 4

Mad Men: Season 4

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Season 4 takes place between November 1964 and October 1965, at the new and considerably more modern advertising agency of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. Don Draper is suffering from an identity crisis. As he falls deeper into existential despair, he begins regularly meeting with women of loose moral character, and faces debilitating alcoholism.

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Public Relations

Don deals with a trade-paper interview but doesn't want to... More talk about himself. A manufacturer of a "wholesome" two-piece bathing suit wants to hire the firm but doesn't want anything too risque. Pete and Peggy try to secure more money for the firm.


Christmas Comes But Once a Year

The agency's Christmas party is nearly spoiled by the late... More arrival of a surprise and not-so-welcome visitor.


The Good News

Don takes a trip. Joan has scheduling problems. Don and... More Lane get to know each other a little better.


The Rejected

An edict from Roger and Lane puts Pete in a... More personal dilemma.


The Chrysanthemum and the Sword

Don and Pete disregard Roger's plans in order to land... More a new client.


Waldorf Stories

Peggy clashes with her new creative partner; Don pitches under... More unusual circumstances.


The Suitcase

A deadline disrupts Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce.


The Summer Man

Joan and Peggy deal with high-jinx in the office.


The Beautiful Girls

Peggy is forced to face some unpleasant facts about a... More client's discriminatory business practices. Don and Faye's burgeoning relationship is tested when Sally runs away from home and turns up at the office. Roger tries to rekindle his affair with Joan.


Hands and Knees

An unannounced visitor at the Francis home rattles Betty.


Chinese Wall

Sterling Cooper Draper Price employees resort to scuttlebutt after an... More agency wide meeting is called.


Blowing Smoke

In the midst of a crisis, Don runs into an... More old friend.



Don and Peggy are faced with life-altering decisions

Mad Men: Season 4 | Awards

Award Winner
Best Drama Series winner at the 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011 Emmy Awards. Best Dramatic Actor (Hamm), at the 2015 Emmy Awards. Golden Globe winner for Best Dramatic Series in 2008, 2009 and 2010. Golden Globe winner for Best Dramatic Actor (Hamm), 2008 and 2016.

Mad Men: Season 4 | Reviews

95%37 reviews

Rotten Tomatoes® Score

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This hour finds the cast in fine form, but the most interesting crumb to emerge might be Weiner's apparent rumination on the program's success and--speaking through his protagonist--his own heightened profile since the series took off.

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San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

What is not surprising at all about the fourth season of one of television's elite series is that Weiner continues to explore what it means to be human.

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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

For all its moments of poetry and insight, Mad Men too often feels less like a drama and more like the staging of a really good master's thesis.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

One surefire sign of a television series in its prime comes when an episode's plot and subplots dovetail so stylishly that it's difficult to tell which is which.

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Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago Sun-Times

You should feel nervous before any great date, and Don never disappoints. He'll make you feel like you are in on the joke with the innest in crowd on television. Anything these ad men are selling, I'll buy.

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Mad Men: Season 4 | Release Details

Mad Men: Season 4 is available to stream in Australia now on Stan and Google Play and Apple TV.