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Boardwalk Empire Watch: Season 4, Episode 2 - Resignation
Even if it didn't have time to visit all our favorite characters, "New York Sour" was a bloody good welcome back to the Boardwalk. The Season 4 premiere of HBO's bootlegging drama not only did a nice job tying up a lot of last year's loose ends but also introducing new characters and conflicts for the new season. Kill and recruit, that's the key to Boardwalk Empire's success.
Boardwalk Empire Preview: Season 4, Episode 2 - Resignation
After Boardwalk Empire's fantastic fourth season premiere, the promo for the second episode, “Resignation,” makes this week look every bit as entertaining. "Who's feeling like a hero?" In Boardwalk Empire, probably nobody. There aren't many heroes left on the should have been Emmy nominated drama except for Margaret. Sadly, still no sight of her yet.
Boardwalk Empire’s Season 4 Premiere Could Have Used A Little Margaret Thompson
Boardwalk Empire has predominantly been a show about bootleggers, gangsters, and illicit activities. It’s a big boys club, and for the most part that has been perfectly alright. Then, last season, Kelly Macdonald’s character, Margaret Thompson, blossomed into an even more complicated woman that fell in love with someone else and got into the women’s rights movement, teaching prenatal care classes. Her voice became a welcome counterpoint.
Boardwalk Empire Watch: Season 4 Premiere - New York Sour
The fourth season of Boardwalk Empire began last night and, as usual, the HBO series kicked things off with a bang. Last year, the critically acclaimed drama didn't miss a beat even after killing off the (co-)lead, filling the huge hole with some riveting storytelling and sensational guest stars. But most of them also got murdered before the season was done. Can the bloody, bootlegging drama fill the holes for Season 4? "New York Sour" was a hell of a start...
Boardwalk Empire Season 4: A Look Back And A Look Ahead
HBO's 'Boardwalk Empire Season 3 Revisited' does a great job recapping the many, and often fatal, events that took place in Atlantic City last year and just in time to prep for the fourth season premiere. Nucky managed to take care of one upstart New York gangster but there's always going to be another would be king vying for the throne, not to mention the many other conflicts across the east coast. 1924 is going to be a bloody good year.
2013 Fall TV Premiere Schedule: Dates For New And Returning Shows
September is upon us, and with it comes the return of our favorite TV shows, as well as the premieres of many of the new series on deck to debut on network and cable TV. From the early starters, including Boardwalk Empire, Sons of Anarchy and The Legend of Korra, to the October arrivals, including Grimm, American Horror Story: Coven and The Walking Dead and everything in between, we have plenty to look forward to this fall!
Boardwalk Empire Season 4 Trailer Is All Business
Without mentioning the undeserving nominees, it's shameful that Boardwalk Empire was not nominated for Best Drama at this year's Emmys. The third season of the prohibition drama might have been the best the HBO series has produced so far but recognized or not it's "Business" as usual with the new spot assuring customers that Season 4 will continue to deliver a high quality product. "No reign goes unchallenged..."
Boardwalk Empire Season 4 Tease: Welcome Back To The Boardwalk
Game of Thrones's third season came to an end on Sunday night but HBO made damn sure to let audiences know that there's plenty more where that came from. Not more GoT, (until next year), just plenty more quality programming to look forward to in the coming months. And among the many high-profile teases the network released on the weekend, Boardwalk Empire saying "Welcome Back" was by far the most thrilling.
Boardwalk Empire, Clear History And Hello Ladies Premiere Dates Set By HBO
Earlier today, HBO announced that its comedy series, Eastbound & Down, would end after Season 4. While that’s bad news for fans of the series, the network also announced some good news today. Not only has Boardwalk Empire finally gotten a Season 4 premiere date, but Larry David’s original movie, Clear History, and Stephen Merchant’s new comedy, Hello Ladies, are also headed to the schedule very soon.
Boardwalk Empire's Michael Zegen Joins Girls' Season 3
Michael Zegen has been associated with numerous popular TV shows in recent years, including FX’s former program Rescue Me, AMC’s The Walking Dead, and HBO’s Boardwalk Empire. Now, he’s signing on for a comedy-oriented gig on another HBO program, Girls.
Boardwalk Empire Season 4 Preview Teases A Meeting Of Kings
At just over 20 seconds, it's definitely a tease but at least the "When Kings Meet" promo for the fourth season of Boardwalk Empire offers a bit of actual footage. Most of the time 'first look' is a bit of a misnomer since teasers often just offer some graphics and a bit of voice-over before the full trailers inevitably show too much. Okay, I'll stop with the Goldilocks, 'too hot, too cold' complaining and just appreciate the fact that we got a small taste of the prohibition drama's fall return.
Girls And Enlightened Season 2 Plus Boardwalk Empire Season 3 Get Blu-ray And DVD Release Dates
HBO sent out an early announcement on Friday to explain that the network will be putting together home entertainment releases for three of its programs. One release should be epic, another should be fun for fans, and the third will probably be bittersweet. HBO will release Girls: The Complete Second Season, Enlightened: The Complete Second Season, and Boardwalk Empire: The Complete Third Season in August. I’ll leave you to figure out which sets gets which adjective.
Medium's Patricia Arquette Joins Boardwalk Empire's Season 4
Longtime actress Patricia Arquette has landed a pretty big role on HBO’s Boardwalk Empire. The Medium actress has joined Season 4 of HBO’s period drama in a major recurring role, playing opposite series lead Nucky Thompson (Steve Buscemi).
Boardwalk Empire Adds Jeffrey Wright, Continues To Build Sensational Cast For Season 4
Since almost every character on Boardwalk Empire is packing at least one heater, not to mention the bats, knives and fists, it's no surprise that the series has such a high turnover. Without getting into specifics, it's safe to say that no one on the HBO drama is safe but at least the network has a commitment to bringing in the best talent even if the actors' stay in Atlantic City likely a short one.
Band Of Brothers' Ron Livingston Joins Boardwalk Empire For Season 4
Ron Livingston has done some of his best work at HBO. Sure, he has some great feature credits, with roles in Office Space and Swingers, among others, but with appearances in Band of Brothers, Sex and the City and Game Change, it's evident that the premium cable network is a good place for him. He'll soon be able to add Boardwalk Empire to his list of HBO credits, as the actor has been cast in a role for the period drama's fourth season.