In season one, Betty Draper was married to Don Draper and they had two children.
Now a mother of three and married to Henry Francis, Betty has just been diagnosed with terminal lung cancer.
Don Draper, an advertising phenom, is a womanizer and man of mystery. He is married to former model Betty Draper and they have two children.
Now divorced from Betty and a father of three children, Don, who recently split from his second wife, Megan, is on the lam. When we last left him, he had given his car to a local kid and was sitting by the side of the road in the Midwest.
Joan Holloway is the office manager of the Sterling Cooper advertising agency. She is having an affair with Roger Sterling.
After Sterling, Cooper, Draper & Price was absorbed by McCann-Erickson, Joan faced an unfathomable amount of sexism and was ultimately forced out. A divorced mother of a little boy, she's taken a new boyfriend, too.
At first, Peggy Olson is the secretary to Don Draper at the advertising agency Sterling Cooper.
Now confident and able to confront her painful past, Peggy finds herself working at McCann, but with a whole new attitude.
Pete Campbell is an ambitious young account executive at Sterling Cooper.
One of the only executives to successfully transition to McCann, Pete finds himself taking a new path when he interviews for a lucrative job with Lear Jet. He successfully persuades his wife Trudy to reconcile with him and move to Witchita where they can start a new life with their daughter, Tammy.
Roger Sterling is the CEO of Sterling Cooper ad agency.
Twice divorced, Roger is now working at McCann and in an age-appropriate relationship with Don's former mother-in-law.
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