A New York exhibition featuring sets, costumes and props from hit television series ‘Mad Men’ has been extended by popular demand until September, the Museum of the Moving Image said Tuesday. It comes two weeks after 3.3 million viewers watched the final episode of the award-winning show, which charted the tangled lives of Manhattan advertising executives in the middle of the last century. The exhibition, which opened in March and was initially scheduled to close in June, will now run through the summer until September 6, said museum executive director Carl Goodman. ‘Given the extraordinary popularity of the exhibition, which has attracted a broader public beyond fans of the show, the museum is very pleased to extend its run,’ he announced. The museum was unable to say how many people had visited but said attendance was double the average attendance

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