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Mad Men: Final (Seventh) Season Ratings

Mad Men TV show on AMC ratingsAiring on AMC, Mad Men has been doing better and better in the ratings each season. Will the final season’s numbers be the best yet? Will the cable channel regret that the series is ending or is the timing just right? Stay tuned.

Mad Men to follow creative director Don Draper (Jon Hamm) and his advertising agency co-workers as they close out the 1960s. This season, the large cast also includes Elisabeth Moss, Vincent Kartheiser, January Jones, Christina Hendricks, Aaron Staton, Rich Sommer, Kiernan Shipka, Jessica Paré, Kevin Rahm, Christopher Stanley, Jay R. Ferguson, Ben Feldman, Mason Vale Cotton, Robert Morse, John Slattery, Harry Hamlin, Allan Havey, Stephanie Drake, Trevor Einhorn, and Teyonah Parris.

The ratings are typically the best indication of a show’s chances of staying on the air. The higher the ratings, the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available.

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For comparisons: The sixth season of Mad Men averaged a 0.9 rating in the demo with 2.49 million viewers.

What do you think? Do you like the Mad Men TV series? Do you think that it should be ending? Could they realistically make an eighth season?


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Bethany September 14, 2014 at 10:06 pm

I like the show Mad Men a lot. I watched it a lot and thought it was so funny and Halerious. I would love it if they Renewed it for a Eighth Season. I just havnt watched a few episodes cause I forgot what Channel it was on and what day they played it. So I would love it if they renewed it for a Eighth Season and that it would not end. And that the snow would please continue and not end.


Frank Romo August 12, 2014 at 12:43 pm

The quality of the aforementioned programs are excellent, and better than some some movies showing on the big screen. The programs on big network are placed against other network losers and then the audience goes back to their lame reality shows, thus we have programs being cancelled after one season. But when you have cable shows of this quality a following (usually, word of mouth) develops; and then we get hooked into a place that when the time comes for it’s conclusion it leaves us wanting more. I would like to see more of these shows but will see if they can come up with new programs of the same quality, hopefully…


Bill Cord August 12, 2014 at 12:09 pm

It is hard to understand why TV creators and networks choose to end successful series when they are still going strong. Recent examples are Breaking Bad, Mad Men, and Justified, which are cable series that only produce 10-16 episodes per year.

Viewers of these shows are not tired of them yet for some reason their opinion does not matter. Because of that, I do not get interested in new shows because the investment of time is not worth seeing it end too soon.


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