Gin, Secretaries, and the Big Apple in the '60s
The show centers around Don Draper (Jon Hamm), who works as a creative director at the fictitious advertising agency, Sterling Cooper. Both a family man and a Casanova, a team player and a pariah, Draper constantly struggles to understand his place in a realm of rigid societal expectations and intense consumerism.
Given their particular interests, Quail Bell(e)s should especially take note of the show's strong storytelling, historical accuracy, developed female characters, and stunning wardrobe. Ever wanted to witness 1960s folklore firsthand? Watching "Mad Men" is the closest you'll get without actually living it.