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    Mad Men - Season 7, Episode 1: Time Zones

    The Season 7 opener finds Don making a new friend, and Joan meeting a client for drinks. Elsewhere, Peggy hears some impressive new work, and Roger experiences a strange phone call.
    Duration: 44 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2015
    IMDb: 8.6
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  • Actors of "Mad Men - Season 7"

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  • Characters of "Mad Men - Season 7"

    Don Draper. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Jon Hamm
    Peggy Olson. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Elisabeth Moss
    Pete Campbell. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Betty Francis. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: January Jones
    Joan Harris. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Ken Cosgrove. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Aaron Staton
    Harry Crane. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Rich Sommer
    Sally Draper. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Kiernan Shipka
    Megan Draper. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Jessica Paré
    Ted Chaough. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Kevin Rahm
    Henry Francis. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Stan Rizzo. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Michael Ginsberg. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Ben Feldman
    Bobby Draper. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Bertram Cooper. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Robert Morse
    Roger Sterling. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: John Slattery
    Fred Rumsen. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Joel Murray
    Jim Cutler. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Harry Hamlin
    Dawn Chambers. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Teyonah Parris
    Lou Avery. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Allan Havey
    John Mathis. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Trevor Einhorn
    Shirley. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Sola Bamis
    Margaret Sterling. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Elizabeth Rice
    Bonnie Whiteside. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Jessy Schram
    Gerry Respola. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Alan Silver. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Moira. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Ed. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Kit Williamson
    Clara. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Alexandra Ella
    Julio. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Jacob Guenther
    Dave Wooster. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Jim Hobart. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Meredith. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Dee. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Kiva Jump
    Yolanda. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Francine Hanson. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Anne Dudek
    Tom Pruitt. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Pat Skipper
    Caroline. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Beth Hall
    Gene Draper. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Evan Londo
    Trisha. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Kirstin Ford
    Loretta. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Mona Sterling. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Talia Balsam
    Brooks Hargrove. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Derek Ray
    George Payton. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Josh McDermitt
    Marsha. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Ellery Hargrove. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Jordan Fiderio
    Stephanie. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Caity Lotz
    Trudy Campbell. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Alison Brie
    Bob Benson. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: James Wolk
    Gail Holloway. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Kevin. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Caiden Milick
    Tammy Campbell. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Jack Flynn. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Rachel Menken. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Maggie Siff
    Diana Baur. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Barbara Katz. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Ed Baxter. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Ray Wise
    Art Gartens. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Marvin Woodman. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Jay Seals
    Cynthia Cosgrove. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Larisa Oleynik
    Dennis Ford. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Greg Cromer
    Ferg Donnelly. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Paul Johansson
    Tilden Katz. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Nick Toren
    Lillian Baxter. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Marie Calvet. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Julia Ormond
    Sylvia Rosen. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Dr. Arnold Rosen. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Richard Burghoff. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Glen Bishop. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Maureen. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Amy Ferguson
    Julie. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Eva Bella
    Duck Phillips. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Mark Moses
    Bud Campbell. Character of Mad Men - Season 7
    Played by: Rich Hutchman
  • Creators of "Mad Men - Season 7"

    Matthew Weiner. Director of Mad Men - Season 7
    Matthew Weiner
    Birthdate: 29 June 1965, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Mad Men - Season 7"

    New York Observer
    January 02, 2015

    Gone are the days of "Zou Bisou Bisou" and Don's Hawaiian mortality freak-out. Nope. This season premiere, all we got was a cold pastrami sandwich with coleslaw smeared on the bread.

    indieWire
    January 02, 2015

    Answers will come. Actions will be taken. We just don't know when, how, or by whom. Embrace the intrigue, the subtle shifts in character, and Weiner's careful plotting.

    Boston Globe
    January 02, 2015

    The hour delivers a series of lovely closing scenes that find Don feeling more honest intimacy than he has felt since the death of Anna, culminating in the kind of image and song choice that Mad Men fans find so powerful and moving.

    The Atlantic
    January 02, 2015

    The "other woman" from last season has faded out of Don's life, ostensibly -- but in many other ways, "Time Zones" ... reminded me a lot of "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes," the first episode of the series.

    New York Daily News
    January 02, 2015

    AMC's much-acclaimed Mad Men feels like it's coming out of a pit stop, rechecking gears and reacclimating to the track.

    HitFix
    January 02, 2015

    It's an excellent starting point for an episode that, even more than the average Mad Men premiere, has to spend an awful lot of time (especially given that it's our first one-hour premiere in a few years) filling us in on what happened during the hiatus.

    TV Equals
    January 02, 2015

    With each new season, I try to remind myself that the show is a slow burn. The first episode wasn't as glacial as the first episode of last season, but it still dragged a bit.

    Tampa Bay Times
    January 02, 2015

    Mad Men is always aware of its own bigness; it's deep, but it's also cool and crowd-pleasing.

    Wired
    January 02, 2015

    This is the beginning of something: the end. And the ad pitch for AccuTron watches that kicks off Mad Men's seventh and final season tells us a lot about how our heroes will handle it.

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