The cast of Mad Men has landed a bizarre new honour - for helping to preserve California history.
The TV show and the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County have been named among the winners of 2011 Los Angeles Conservancy's Preservation Awards.
The drama, which is actually set in New York, is produced in Los Angeles, and the officials handing out the honour state the show "has used local mid-20th century sites as filming locations".
The L.A. Conservancy also notes the show's creator, Matthew Weiner, has supported preservation efforts in Southern California.
The awards will be handed out in May (11).