What time is ‘Mad Men’ on? And other spoiler-free Don Draper reading

Don Draper is based on real-life ad man Draper Daniels, who headed up the team responsible for the legendary Marlboro Man.

After 17 months, “Mad Men” returns to TV this weekend, with the season premier slated for Sunday night at 9 p.m. on AMC.

So much secrecy surrounds the show, notorious for its ability to keep plot lines mum and avoid spoilers from leaking, making it one of the most anticipated episodes of any show to air in years. Need to get your fill of Don and Betty Draper, Joan Harris, Pete Campbell, Roger Sterling and the fan favorite Peggy Olson?

We’ve compiled links to some of Metro’s coverage, as well as some of the other musings from around the Internet.

What will happen when ‘Mad Men’ returns? In one word: ‘Change’

When does ‘Mad Men’ season 5 take place? Let’s guess!

Catching up with Don Draper and the rest of the ‘Mad Men’

5 questions for ‘Mad Men’ costume designer Janie Bryant

How to get Christina Hendricks’ body

Pucker up for ‘Mad Men’ with Estee Lauder

The deeper meaning of the new ‘Mad Men’ poster

Here’s Jon Hamm as Don Draper recording an answering-machine message in Hungarian

And links to some other coverage:

‘Mad Men’ fans count down to tonight’s fifth season premier

‘Mad Men’ creator Matthew Weiner gives you character-by-character teases for season 5… with a twist

Television Without Pity got more than you could possibly read about Mad Men before 9 p.m.


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