Mad Men Season 6 Trailer: Don Draper Is on the Hunt for "More Happiness"

Entertainment Mar. 25, 2013 AT 4:00PM

Is the real Don Draper back for Season 6? AMC released a 30-second trailer for Season 6 of Mad Men on Monday, March 25, ahead of the special two-hour premiere on April 7.

Having only released a couple of photos from the season so far, creator Matthew Weiner is still keeping much of the new season of his Emmy-winning show under wraps. The trailer only includes images from past seasons some telling quotes that allude to the upcoming season.

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"You're happy," Roger Sterling (John Slattery) tells his Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce business partner.

"I am, but what is happiness?" Draper (Jon Hamm) asks. "It's a moment before you need more happiness. I'm tired of living in this delusion."

"I am who I am," he adds. "The next thing will be better."

Jon Hamm as Don Draper from Season 6 of Mad Men
Jon Hamm as Don Draper from Season 6 of Mad Men
Credit: Frank Ockenfels/AMC

The trailer ends where Season 5 left off, with Draper contemplating a possible affair on his wife Megan (Jessica Pare) when a woman hits on him in a bar.

While Draper may be returning to his bad boy ways, Hamm has had to tone his down while on set. According to The New York Daily News, the 42-year-old actor has been asked to wear underwear with his tailored suits.

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"This season takes place in the 1960s, where the pants are very tight and leave little to the imagination," a source told the newspaper. "Jon's impressive anatomy is so distracting that they politely insisted on underwear."

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Watch the trailer above and tell Us: Are you excited to watch the two-hour premiere of Mad Men on AMC April 7?

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