How 'Mad Men' Stars Are Dealing With the Series Ending

The classy yet instant classic AMC series Mad Men, which elevated basic-cable drama and started a retro fashion trend, begins its final run of episodes on Sunday.
Some of its stars spoke to NBC News before the Sterling Cooper ad agency closes its doors for good.
Elisabeth Moss, who plays Peggy Olson, the shy secretary who became a formidable copy-writer, said she had butterflies in her stomach as she began shooting her final scenes.
The show has racked up 15 Emmys as it has tracked its characters through the turbulent '60s and the glossy environs of New York advertising.
Audiences have gushed over the soapy twists, sly humor and cocktail-fueled debauchery. Critics have rhapsodized about its period sets, most of them accurate down to the tchotchkes on a dresser.