'Mad Men' Clips: Action, Romance, Comedy and Drama


'Mad Men' Clips: Action, Romance, Comedy and Drama
Watch how 'Mad Men' season 3 will rush the adrenaline, fish out tender moment, tickle laughter and bring tears.


AMC is attempting to show viewers that "Mad Men" has every element a show can possibly have. TV spots, averaging 30 seconds each, are released to give a sneak peek on what is to come on the third season which premiere is scheduled for August 10.

The new season will pick up where season 2 left off with Betty being pregnant with Don's baby despite her one-night affair with a random gentleman. In the "Drama" clip, the couple is struggling with being faithful and truthful to each other while in "Action", Don catches her in the act with Roger.

"Romance" displays the complicated relationship between characters as well as the hidden desires for somebody else. "Comedy", meanwhile, pulls down the notch with eccentricities of each character.

To be expected in the third season is a guest performance from British actor Jared Harris who will play a CFO to Sterling Cooper in at least 10 episodes.

  • Action
  • Comedy
  • Drama
  • Romance


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