The ‘Mad Men’ cast reunited at an Oscars after-party

January Jones shares photo on Instagram

Several members of the Mad Men cast reunited recently at an Oscars after-party.

The critically-acclaimed US show followed New York ad men in the 1960s and ran for seven seasons from 2007 to 2015.

Star January Jones – who played Betty Draper in the show – shared a photo earlier this week of herself at a Fox party with co-stars Jon Hamm (aka Don Draper), Elisabeth Moss (Peggy Olson), John Slattery (Roger Sterling) and Talia Balsam (who played Mona Sterling).

“Funny who you find at parties this time of year,” Jones wrote in its caption. See that post in full below.

Funny who you find at parties this time of year.

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Both Hamm and Moss had films nominated for Oscars this year in the form of Baby Driver and The Square.

Last year saw former Mad Men writer Kater Gordon accuse the show’s creator Matthew Weiner of making a sexually inappropriate remark towards her while she worked on the series. In response, a representative for Weiner said that he “does not remember saying” the comment.

Gordon joined the show as a writing assistant from its second season in 2008, later becoming a staff writer. She won an Emmy in 2009 for her writing work on the show, but was let go at the end of season three. She had previously worked as a personal assistant to Weiner and hasn’t worked in television since leaving Mad Men.