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Season 3
Season 3
No. of episodes 13
Original run 16 August 2009
8 November 2009
DVD release 23 March 2010
Season chronology
Season 2
Season 4


Season 3 ran from 16 August 2009 to 8 November 2009. It consisted of 13 episodes, each running approximately 47 minutes in length. AMC broadcast Season 3 on Sundays at 10:00 pm in the United States.

Season three takes place six months after the conclusion of Season 2 (roughly April/May 1963) and ends in December 1963. It chronicles the end of the "Camelot era" as the characters go through immense change in their professional and personal lives.

Season 3 was exalted by television critics and was a major winner in many television awards. Mad Men won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series, Golden Globe Award for Best Drama Series, and acknowledgement by the American Film Institute.


  • Number of episodes produced: 13


Main Star



Season # Series # Image Title Writer Director Original airdate
1 27
"Out of Town" Matthew Weiner Phil Abraham 16 August 2009
2 28
Love among ruins
"Love Among the Ruins" Cathryn Humphries
Matthew Weiner
Lesli Linka Glatter 23 August 2009
3 29
"My Old Kentucky Home" Dahvi Waller
Matthew Weiner
Jennifer Getzinger 30 August 2009
4 30
The arrangments
"The Arrangements" Andrew Colville
Matthew Weiner
Michael Uppendahl 6 September 2009
5 31
"The Fog" Kater Gordon Phil Abraham 13 September 2009
6 32
Joan don guy advertising agency
"Guy Walks Into an Advertising Agency" Robin Veith
Matthew Weiner
Lesli Linka Glatter 27 September 2009
7 33
Seven twenty three
"Seven Twenty Three" Andre Jacquemetton
Maria Jacquemetton
Matthew Weiner
Daisy Von Scherler Mayer 27 September 2009
8 34
"Souvenir" Lisa Albert
Matthew Weiner
Phil Abraham 4 October 2009
9 35
Wee small hours
"Wee Small Hours" Dahvi Waller
Matthew Weiner
Scott Hornbacher 11 October 2009
10 36
The colour blue
"The Color Blue" Kater Gordon
Matthew Weiner
Michael Uppendahl 18 October 2009
11 37
Gypsy and the hobo
"The Gypsy and the Hobo" Marti Noxon
Cathryn Humphris
Matthew Weiner
Jennifer Getzinger 25 October 2009
12 38
The grown ups
"The Grown-Ups" Brett Johnson
Matthew Weiner
Barbet Schroeder 1 November 2009
13 39
The new SCDP in shut the door have a seat
"Shut the Door. Have a Seat" Matthew Weiner
Erin Levy
Matthew Weiner 8 November 2009

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