The Season 3 episode "My Old Kentucky Home" episode that features John Slattery's Roger Sterling singing in blackface to his bride will begin with a title card disclaimer. “This episode contains disturbing images related to race in America," the title card will read, according to Josef Adalian. "One of the characters is shown in blackface as part of an episode that shows how commonplace racism was in America in 1963. In its reliance on historical authenticity, the series producers are committed to exposing the injustices and inequities within our society that continue to this day so we can examine even the most painful parts of our history in order to reflect on who we are today and who we want to become. We are therefore presenting the original episode in its entirety.” Meanwhile, AMC Networks, which originally aired Mad Men on AMC, has acquired all seven seasons for multiple platforms, including linear cable networks and subscription video on demand services. But AMC Networks will share Mad Men with IMDb TV, which replaces a streaming deal Lionsgate TV had with Netflix, Mad Men's streaming home until July 15. IMDb TV will get Mad Men rights first, followed by AMC Networks this fall.