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Runtime: 30 minutes
Mad Mad House - Mad Men (season 6) - Netflix
The sixth season of the American television drama series Mad Men premiered on April 7, 2013, with a two-hour episode, and concluded on June 23, 2013. It consisted of thirteen episodes, each running for approximately 47 minutes in length. AMC broadcast the sixth season on Sundays at 10:00 pm (ET) in the United States. The season premiered in the UK on Sky Atlantic on April 10, 2013. The sixth season was released on DVD and Blu-ray in region 1 on November 5, 2013. Season six takes place between December 1967 and November 1968, with characters struggling to adjust to the changing office dynamics based on the ongoing counterculture movement.
Mad Mad House - Critical response - Netflix
The sixth season of Mad Men received widespread critical acclaim. Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reports that 97% of 38 critics have given the season a positive review. The site's consensus is: “The passage of time has done little to dull Mad Men's rich cast of characters, who continue to confound.” On Metacritic, the sixth season scored an 88 out of 100 based on 28 reviews, indicating “universal acclaim”. David Hinckley of New York Daily News had high praise for the show's longevity, claiming that "While many shows that have reached this point in the road have left their creative peak behind, Mad Men shows no such erosion. It still has things it wants to say and it still has the poetry to say them well. With regard to the season's first episode, Tim Goodman of The Hollywood Reporter stated "What’s intriguing and partly amazing about the two hour “movie” called “The Doorway” that opens the season April 7 is that Weiner has not lost his touch at writing a beautifully crafted script—jammed with the sadness and humor and personal revelations we’ve all come to appreciate. But in addition to that, he’s decided to really hit home Mad Men's key theme in the first two hours with a kind of ferocity of intent we’ve rarely seen from him." Jeff Jensen of Entertainment Weekly had a decidedly more mixed reaction, stating “Like Betty's frumpy frocks, Mad Men supersize episodes aren't flattering. Weiner should stick with tighter, denser storytelling packages. I hope he also delivers the season of change that the premiere seems to promise.” Matt Zoller Seitz of Vulture says that "It's a clever, at times tricky season opener. In “Lost”-like style, it strategically withholds key information that would help us make immediate sense of Don’s behavior, which by turns suggests a prisoner, a sleepwalker, and a ghost." Jace Lacob of the Daily Beast stated that “Weiner is both archeologist and astronaut, and Season 6 of Mad Men is no exception, a beautifully realized and dazzling re-creation of our collective past and a glimpse of the infinite and unknowable.” Alan Sepinwall of HitFix said “It continues to be one of the most satisfying dramas in the history of the medium.” David Wiegland of the San Francisco Chronicle said that “Don Draper's journey has been and remains maddening, in a very good way as far as what makes a great TV show” and that “Like a great novel, Mad Men has character depths yet to plumb.” In a rave review, Maureen Ryan of The Huffington Post stated that “The AMC drama is full of sharp writing, ambiguous segues, effective surprises and the usual array of pitch-perfect performances.”
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