AMC 'Mad Men' Season 7 Premiere Has Lowest Ratings in 6 Years

Rough start for AMC's 'Mad Men' 

The end is near for Mad Men and last night the series had one of their lowest season premiere. The return of AMC's hit series drew on average 2.3 million viewers. The highly promoted one hour debut was down about a third of their total viewers from the 3.4 million viewers who watched the Season 6 premiere. According to Deadline ratings took a quick downward turn in demographics:
 In terms of the key demos, last night’s Season 7 debut pulled in 1.1 million viewers among Adults 25-54 and 1 million among the 18-49s. While one of the most DVR’d shows on TV and certain to see a rise when the digital numbers start coming in, last night’s premiere was a dip from the 1.4 million viewers among adults 18-49 and 1.7 million viewers among adults 25-54 that Season 6′s premiere had.
Even though this is the last season of AMC's Mad Men, you would assume the series would go out with a bang. Did you catch the first episode of AMC's Mad Men last night? Share with us what you think in the comments below!