'Boardwalk Empire''s fifth and final season has come in somewhat quietly in its brief trailers, but as the tagline tells us, no one goes quietly. Check out the final season's time jump in action with some new looks for our favorite characters, and our best preview yet of 'Boardwalk Empire's final season in a brand-new trailer!
Distraught though we were to learn that HBO's gangster drama 'Boardwalk Empire' would close up shop after only five seasons, everything we've heard of Nucky's final bow to date has us more and more excited. Now, the fifth and final year of 'Boardwalk Empire' has an official September premiere, accompanied by both good and bad news for fans of the drama.
The 2014 Emmy Nominations are in, and expectedly outraging everyone across the internet. It takes a 'True Detective' to figure out this 'American Horror Story,' but did the right nominations go to the right people? Will Tatiana Maslany ever get her due? Can dogs really write blogs? We weigh in on the upsets, upchucks and underdogs of today's TV snubs.
As if the announcement that 'Boardwalk Empire' would pour its last with a fifth and final season this fall weren't enough, series fan-favorite Michael K. Williams recently revealed we'd see a substantial shift in the glamorous gangster life we'd come to know. Now, the first trailer teaser for 'Boardwalk' season 5 has arrived, but who will last long enough to cash out by the end?
We weren't altogether surprised to learn that HBO's 'Boardwalk Empire' would make the upcoming fifth season its last call, what with showrunner Terence Winter wanting to move onto his new series, though the latest on season 5 is more than a little sobering. As revealed by one of the cast, could 'Boardwalk Empire' season 5 see a major time-jump pushing Nucky Thompson into a brand-new era?
Over the weekend we were distressed to learn that Marvel's Netflix 'Daredevil' series had suffered a setback in losing Drew Goddard as its showrunner, but atop Goddard's replacement with 'Spartacus' showrunner Stephen S. DeKnight, we may at last have some good news. Is 'Boardwalk Empire' star Charlie Cox officially ready to put his horns to work as Matt Murdock for Netflix's 'Daredevil' TV series? Let's find out!
HBO has long been a thorn in the side of streaming media enthusiasts, only licensing its content to be accessed through HBO GO, unlike the Netflix and Amazon Prime models that have become so commonplace in recent years. Now, the pay-cable network struck a surprising Amazon Prime deal to deliver streams of a variety of shows past and present, but don't expect to start that 'Game of Thrones' marathon just yet.
We were a bit bummed to learn that 'Boardwalk Empire' showrunner Terence Winter had accepted a season 5 end to the HBO prohibition drama in order to develop his new 1970s New York rock drama with Bobby Cannavale, Mick Jagger and Martin Scorsese, but the proposed series just got a whole lot prettier. Olivia Wilde will return to TV for the new HBO period drama, but as whom, you ask?
Where yesterday brought some exciting 'Hannibal' season 2 news in the form of a new trailer and casting snippets, today comes the season's biggest casting news to date. 'Boardwalk Empire' alum Michael Pitt has officially joined the second season of NBC's darkly dreary cannibal drama in a major recurring role, none other than iconic literary villain Mason Verger!
We'd heard the rumor earlier, but didn't want to believe it for ourselves. HBO period drama 'Boardwalk Empire' will make the upcoming fifth season its final year, putting the last touches on the story of Steve Buscemi's Nucky Thompson, his associates, and organized crime from Atlantic City to Chicago.