When Mad Men ended in May , Don was working out his daddy issues in a totally characteristic yoga position, and then fans had to say goodbye to one of the most influential fake companies of all time to the tune of Roger Sterling, company funeral pianist. Nothing can fill the Mad Men -sized hole in your heart except getting the whole ensemble together for a reunion to make people feel beautiful things about beans again. But since the show ended, the cast has been keeping busy.
With another sale on the horizon, Sterling, Cooper, and Draper convince Lane Pryce to fire them and then join them as they start up a new advertising firm. At home, Betty follows through with her Don deliberately delays returning an important call from California, because he knows it's bad news about Anna.
Christina Rene Hendricks born May 3,  is an American actress and former model. A poll of female readers taken by Esquire magazine named her "the sexiest woman in the world,"  and voted as Best Looking Woman in America the same year. After completing high school in Virginia , Hendricks relocated to New York City and pursued a career as a model following her entry into a Seventeen cover contest. She continued to work internationally as a model for over a decade before transitioning into acting. Hendricks had recurring roles in several television series, including Beggars and Choosers — and Kevin Hill — before being cast as Joan Holloway on the AMC period drama series Mad Men in , of which she remained a main cast member until the series' conclusion in
The first season of the American television drama series Mad Men premiered on July 19, and concluded on October 18, It consisted of thirteen episodes, each running approximately 47 minutes. Season one takes place between March and November It introduces the fictional advertising agency Sterling Cooper. The season begins with the new secretary, Peggy Olson, starting her first day with the firm. As the season unfolds, the mysterious backstory of enigmatic ad man Don Draper is revealed as is the growing confidence and success of Peggy Olson. The first season was highly praised for its excellence in writing, acting, and art design, as well as for its faithfulness to the era it depicted.