It's been a loooong time, but our beloved Don Drapar and Mad Men is returning!!
We've been waiting for our boys (and Joan and Peggy) to come back for like, a year and a half. So, if you're like us, you're STARVING for them!
Graciously, AMC released this season 5 sneak peek to hold us over for one more month of waiting. The video (above) has interviews with the show's creator and cast, that tease us with a taste of what's to come!
Seksi Jon Hamm we're gonna love it: "If you like the show, I think it's a good season."
Sure, he's reeel good at selling things, but this time we think he's telling the truth!
We imagine there will be more than a few people who will be ecstatic over THIS news!
The fifth season of Mad Men will premiere in March of 2012 after some seriously intense negotiations, but don't worry, because according to the new deal, series creator Matthew Weiner will be now be producing up to seven - and he already has quite the ending in place for the series finale episode!
Cherish these next three seasons, Don Draper fans.
Earlier this week, we were still waiting to hear whether or not Mad Men show creator Matthew Weiner would take AMC's $30 million offer to continue with the show.
Now, it looks like he's taken the offer. Here's what he had to say about it:
"I walked away from it 4-5 times in the last few days. It's never been about money. I wanted to do the show I wanted to do and the show the audience has come to expect."
And here's what Weiner had to say about the future of Mad Men:
"These will be the last 3 seasons of the period drama. I'm going to take it one year at a time without the distraction to ever have to go through this again. I'm incredibly grateful for the outpouring of support and overwhelmed that I get to finish telling the stories I want to tell."
We're sure Mad Men fans will be sad when this show is gone, but at least there are three more guaranteed seasons. And who knows? Matthew Weiner could always change his mind…
Are U excited to hear that Mad Men is coming back for three more seasons?