Entertainment TV 'Mad Men' Releases Sexy, '70s Trailer for Final 7 Episodes (VIDEO) Bell bottoms abound in this sneak peek at the AMC hit's concluding half By Janine Rubenstein Janine Rubenstein Instagram Twitter Janine Rubenstein is Editor-at-Large at PEOPLE and host of PEOPLE Every Day podcast, a daily dose of breaking news, pop culture and heartwarming human interest stories. Formerly Senior Editor of music content, she's also covered crime, human interest and television news throughout her many years with the brand. Prior to PEOPLE she's written for Essence, The Cape Times newspaper and Los Angeles Magazine among others. On-screen Rubenstein can be found featured on shows like Good Morning America and Entertainment Tonight and she routinely hosts PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly's star-studded Red Carpet Live specials. Follow the San Francisco native, Black Barbie collector and proud mom of two on Instagram and Twitter @janinerube People Editorial Guidelines and Gillian Telling Gillian Telling Senior Editor of Movies, People Magazine People Editorial Guidelines Published on February 19, 2015 05:20 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Frank Ockenfels/AMC Aw sookie sookie now! The tagline for Mad Men‘s final seven episodes reads, “The Party’s Over,” but a new trailer suggests it’s actually in full swing. It’s the ’70s baby. Diana Ross‘s sultry “Love Hangover” provides the background for a summer Hamptons get-together, and the gang’s all there. Peggy (Elisabeth Moss) is looking better than ever – and is Pete Campbell (Vincent Kartheiser) suddenly noticing her again? Remember he is the father of the child she gave up for adoption back in season 1; plus, he’s divorced now, so (It would be interesting if that came back full circle.) Megan Draper (Jessica Paré) – or (SPOILER) is it Cavet now that she and Don (Jon Hamm) have broken up? – is also still very much in the picture. Will there be a reconciliation? Are we even rooting for one? Betty Francis (January Jones) has obviously lost all of her weight from season 5 and looks as amazing as ever. Will the once bored housewife finally find real happiness? We’ll have to wait until April 5, when the final seven episodes begin airing, for any answers. Even as we’re counting down the minutes, we’re already stressing over saying goodbye for good. Here’s to hoping the grand send-off will be as memorable as Bert Cooper’s (Robert Morse) goodbye dance to “The Moon Belongs to Everyone” last season.