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‘Mad Men’: Matthew Weiner says the show will end in 3 seasons. Does this mean mustaches will be cool again?

Now that the protracted Mad Men negotiations are finally over, the show’s creator is looking ahead to the show’s future — and, surprisingly, already seems to have a conclusion in mind. Exec producer Matthew Weiner tells TV Guide that he only sees the show lasting for another three seasons: “I think that’s how long the
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