The hit AMC series Mad Men is in it’s final season and fans of the show have been trying to get all they can when it comes to the story and the characters we’ve watched develop and crumble over the years.
But while the show has been dubbed the greatest television drama of all time and has helped pave the way for shows like Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead, not everyone is a fan of the show. Outbrain did some research and compiled data that shows which states love Mad Men and which ones are living in a world without caring too much about it.
It’s of no surprise that the show has a massive East Coast following given that it’s a series about a New York based advertising firm in an era in which such firms boomed in America. New Yorkers love shows about New Yorkers but so too do Californians. A decent part of the show now takes place out West and the mentions of Chicago have made the show popular in Illinois as well.
The outlier seems to be Nebraska, who stands out as the Mad Men leader in the midwest. The show is also much more popular in American than it is in the U.K., although the following the show has there isn’t to be ignored.