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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP11 Oct 2019 12:16 p.m. PST

….HBO's Hit Western.

"While the fictional world of Game of Thrones hogged the TV spotlight this past spring, another HBO series made a return with a bit less fanfare, yet it fulfilled the hopes of its fans. Deadwood: The Movie debuted on May 31. It offered a short but sweet return to the mining camp that was populated by rogues, bandits, prospectors, prostitutes, opportunists, immigrants and even the occasional good spirit simply looking for a better life.

For the show's faithful fans, it was so much more than just a reunion special. Thirteen years have passed since the show ended abruptly after its third season, with more of a whimper than a bang, which in some ways exemplified how this wasn't the archetypal show about life on the frontier. The good guys—if you can call them that given their various dubious deeds—survived but they didn't exactly "win," and more than a few loose ends left hanging…."
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