Mad Men, one of the most iconic, celebrated and influential TV series of recent years, finally comes to an end this autumn with the release of The Final Season: Part 2 and The Complete Final Season on Blu-ray and DVD from Monday 19 October, whilst The Complete Collection and Deluxe Collector’s Edition are available on Monday 2 November, courtesy of Lionsgate Home Entertainment.
To celebrate the releases, we’ve got the 23-disc Complete Collection box set on Blu-ray to give away to one of our Twitter followers!
Three runners-up will each get The Final Season: Part 2 on Blu-ray.
— CultBox (@CultBoxTV) October 21, 2015
The concluding part of the seventh season sees Don Draper (Jon Hamm – Bridesmaids, TV’s Black Mirror) resuming his womanising ways as a bachelor and encountering a waitress named Diana at a diner, convinced they have met before, even though she insists otherwise. Ken Cosgrove (Aaron Staton – Ray Donovan, August Rush) has taken over his father-in-law’s position at Dow Chemical, subsequently turning the tables on Roger (John Slattery – Ant-Man, The Adjustment Bureau) and Pete (Vincent Kartheiser – In Time, Alpha Dog), much to their surprise.
Sally (Kiernan Shipka – The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) is at college and slowly becoming disillusioned with her parents, but after receiving distressing news from two people very close to her, she decides to follow another path…
This competition has now closed. The winners are Beth Chamberlin from Reading, Chris Marsh from Worcester, Ross Hill from Bracknell and Emma Rollins from Oxford.
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