The End Of 'Mad Men': January Jones Says It Will Be 'Very Sad'

With the end of "Mad Men" in sight, viewers aren't the only ones feeling a little nostalgic about having only one more season to look forward to.

In an interview with Net-A-Porter magazine, January Jones (Betty Francis) admitted that the "Mad Men" goodbye won't be an easy one for the cast.

“It will be very sad. We are all so close that we will keep in touch, but I don't think we will ever have this kind of experience again -- from the relationships we've made to the success we have had, to the cultural impact [of the show],” she said.

Although series creator Matt Weiner is known for being one of the most secretive guys in show business, he had no problem confirming that Season 7 would be "Mad Men's" last.

“I’m going to confirm that,” Weiner told The Daily Beast of the ahead of the Season 6 premiere, adding that he's spent a lot of time mapping out the final episodes.

“I came in with my plan for the season,” Weiner continued. “I was like, ‘I want to save that for the last season, I want to save that; I want to wait on that’ and I was pulled aside by Maria and Andre Jacquemetton, my executive producers, who said, ‘Don’t do that. You’ve never done that before. Let’s just use all the story that we have and we’ll deal with it on the other side of it.’ It really helped. Because I don’t want to change -- part of it is superstition and part of it is the only way I know how to do it.”

"Mad Men's" current Season 6 airs on Sundays at 10 p.m. ET on AMC.

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