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Hell on Wheels Season 5 Episode 14 Review: Done

23 July 2016 7:58 PM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Hell on Wheels has had a bumpy journey, even skipping off the tracks a few times, but if you rode it out to the final episode, the last stop provided a positive ending for the series’ lead railroad man, Cullen Bohannon.

The formality of the Golden Spike officially completed the railroad – which was really done on Hell on Wheels Season 5 Episode 13 – but Hell on Wheels Season 5 Episode 14 was far more about highlighting where characters might be headed after all was said and done.

A sort of epilogue, if you will.

It wasn’t the most exciting episode, and there were some moments that seemed to drag a bit – almost like the character’s themselves in dragging out the inevitability of moving on from life on the railroad – but it did find a a decent way to finish things all out.

The big action sequence was a rowdy fight that while silly was still entertaining. »

- Sean McKenna

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Hell on Wheels: Season Five Ratings

19 July 2016 12:48 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

The ratings for Hell on Wheels have dropped lower and lower so AMC decided to end the series with season five. Will the fifth season's ratings be the show's best numbers yet or, will they drop lower. Will the execs regret not cancelling the show instead of giving it a final season? Stay tuned.A gritty period drama that takes place in the 1860s, Hell on Wheels revolves around the institutionalized greed and corruption behind the building of America's Transcontinental Railroad as loyalties are abandoned and the race between the Central Pacific and Union Pacific lines intensifies. The cast includes Anson Mount, Colm Meaney, Christopher Heyerdahl, Robin McLeavy, Jennifer Ferrin, Phil Burke, Tim Guinee, Dohn Norwood, Reg Rogers, Byron Mann, A. Zhou, Tzi Ma, and MacKenzie Porter.Read More… »

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Twitter Lampoons Donald Trump's Wife with #FamousMelaniaTrumpQuotes After Controversial Rnc Speech

19 July 2016 7:30 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Melania Trump's speech at the Republican National Convention quickly drew comparisons to Michelle Obama's 2008 speech at the Democratic National Convention - and Twitter was quick to "attribute" other famous sayings to the potential First Lady. The hashtag #FamousMelaniaTrumpQuotes trended on Tuesday as the world reacted to a keynote address by Donald Trump's wife. According to Twitter users, the Slovenian-born former model, 46, is also responsible for song lyrics, movie quotes and famous sayings. Even celebrities like Jesse Williams and Anna Kendrick got in on the Twitter game. "Work, work, work, work, work, workHe say me have toWork, work, »

- Stephanie Petit, @stephpetit_

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Twitter Lampoons Donald Trump's Wife with #FamousMelaniaTrumpQuotes After Controversial Rnc Speech

19 July 2016 7:30 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Melania Trump's speech at the Republican National Convention quickly drew comparisons to Michelle Obama's 2008 speech at the Democratic National Convention - and Twitter was quick to "attribute" other famous sayings to the potential First Lady. The hashtag #FamousMelaniaTrumpQuotes trended on Tuesday as the world reacted to a keynote address by Donald Trump's wife. According to Twitter users, the Slovenian-born former model, 46, is also responsible for song lyrics, movie quotes and famous sayings. Even celebrities like Jesse Williams and Anna Kendrick got in on the Twitter game. "Work, work, work, work, work, workHe say me have toWork, work, »

- Stephanie Petit, @stephpetit_

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Hell on Wheels: AMC Previews the Series Finale

18 July 2016 7:55 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

The final nail is almost in the ground. AMC has released new previews for the series finale of Hell on Wheels. The historical drama chronicles the building of the first Transcontinental Railroad in the United States. The cast includes Anson Mount, Colm Meaney, Christopher Heyerdahl, Robin McLeavy, Jennifer Ferrin, Phil Burke, Tim Guinee, Dohn Norwood, Reg Rogers, Byron Mann, A. Zhou, Tzi Ma, and MacKenzie Porter.Read More… »

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Why You Shouldn’t Be Missing This Season of Hell on Wheels

27 June 2016 2:47 AM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

It’s been a long ride down this winding railroad, but Hell on Wheels is about to come to an end. The second half of the final season has finally begun, and as it thunders towards the end of the series it’s worth point out that if you’re not watching, you most certainly should be! For those not in the know, Hell on Wheels, which airs on AMC, tells the story of Cullen Bohannon (Anson Mount), a Confederate soldier from the Civil War who ends up following a path of revenge after his family is killed. This leads him to the

Why You Shouldn’t Be Missing This Season of Hell on Wheels »

- Chris Brantner

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DVD Review – Visions (2016)

20 June 2016 6:00 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Visions, 2016

Directed by Kevin Greutert.

Starring Isla Fisher, Anson Mount, Jim Parsons, Gillian Jacobs, Joanna Cassidy and Eva Longoria.

Synopsis:

Everleigh Maddox survives a horrific car accident, and a year later, while pregnant, begins to suffer terrifying visions suggesting the event may still be haunting her…

You wouldn’t know that producer Jason Blum had been up for an Oscar last year by watching dross like Visions, the latest ‘chiller’ from his Blumhouse Productions stable, because this is a million miles from the style and verve of Whiplash. Isla Fisher–one of those actresses you cast when you can’t get half a dozen others–gainly attempts to craft some kind of character and arc out of Kevin Greutert’s enormously bland picture as (the weirdly named) Everleigh, a pregnant young woman who suffers a horrific car crash and a year later plans to open a vineyard in a super posh, »

- Tony Black

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Win Visions on DVD + Scary Cloak & Ltd Edition Wine

16 June 2016 8:21 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

To mark the release of Visions starring Isla Fisher, we’ve been given a copy of the movie on DVD, a scary cloak and some limted edtion wine to give away! Directed by Kevin Greutert (Saw VI, Jessabelle), Visions also stars Anson Mount, Eva Longoria (Desperate Housewives), Jim Parsons (Big Bang Theory) and Gillian Jacobs (Community). ————– Leaving […]

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Win a Saw Boxset with the release of Visions

13 June 2016 | Horror Asylum | See recent Horror Asylum news »

From Blumhouse, the producers of 'Insidious' and 'Paranormal Activity' comes the terrifying new horror from director Kevin Greutert ('Saw VI', 'Saw VII'). Lionsgate Home Entertainment releases Visions, starring Isla Fisher, on DVD and Digital HD on 20 June and to celebrate we are giving one lucky winner the chance to win the entire Saw DVD Boxset, containing all 7 chapters! Visions also stars Anson Mount, Eva Longoria (Desperate Housewives), Jim Parsons (Big Bang Theory) and Gillian Jacobs (Community) and you can head below to enter!. Contest Ends on Friday, July 01, 2016 »

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John Travolta: examining his recent straight to DVD movies

12 June 2016 2:24 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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We check out the John Travolta films that have been bypassing cinemas over the past few years...

In the days leading up to writing this article, which will cover a recent period in which he’s made a bunch of films that have quickly drifted to DVD or VOD, I had to stop and ask myself a genuine question: how do I actually feel about John Travolta?

The answer that rose from the depths of my coal-black, hell-bound soul was weirdly surprising. Brushing aside his personal life – which is not worth getting into here – I found I had nothing but good feelings surrounding his work as an actor.

I grew up with Carrie, Grease, Look Who’s Talking and perhaps his best film, Brian De Palma’s Blow Out. I also grew up with some of his clunkers, like the Look Who’s Talking sequels and 80s concept comedy The Experts. He’s been acting since before I was born, so he’s always been in the background of my pop culture landscape – working solidly for more than 40 years.

Over those decades, his catalogue has defied explanation. He seems to unapologetically pick whatever he feels moved to be a part of regardless of criticism and, goddamn it, there’s something inherently admirable about that. Unlike, say, Bruce Willis, he doesn’t seem happy with doing just a couple of days work on a shoot in a smaller part; more often he will choose to be the star, or at least have equal-ish screen time – even if the project isn’t boasting a huge budget or a big name director. When Pulp Fiction thrust him back into the mainstream, he was still picking up stuff like Phenomenon and Michael in the following years.

I can confidently say that I’ve never seen the man actively 'phone in' a performance and even when he’s overcooked it, there’s usually a decent reason. I mean, if you find yourself on the set of Face/Off going up against The Cage, you’re gonna need to fight fire with fire. Even in Battlefield Earth, he was at least trying.

But in the last half decade we’ve found ourselves in a deeper Travolta trough than we’ve ever been in before. His films aren’t quite cutting the mustard in the industry like they used to and, after a run of flops that have seen him drift back into television with an impressive turn as Robert Shapiro in The People V. O.J. Simpson, I find myself wondering 'will Travolta ever be big business again?'

So, I took a look at four of the films that Travolta’s worked on in the last few years - each of which has effectively gone straight to DVD (save for a few days in a cinema) - to see if anything’s slipped under our radar that needs a boost…

The Forger (2014)

Rotten Tomatoes Score – 7% IMDb Rating – 5.7/10

In The Forger, John Travolta is a man serving a prison sentence who makes a call to get out of it early so he can spend more time with his dying son. In exchange for help with bribing the judge to release him early, John’s expected to help forge a Monet for his erstwhile crime boss, played by Hell On WheelsAnson Mount.

As the film casually flits between the forge/heist story and the bonding relationship between John and his son, it’s a testament to director Philip Martin - who comes from a TV background where he’s learnt his trade by helping to bring Prime Suspect and Wallander crime stories to life – that it isn’t a complete disaster. In someone else’s hands, it very well could have been.

Instead, The Forger has a delicate touch and a lot of the shots are interesting and unexpected without being jarring. It flows very smoothly and there’s an undercurrent of genuine love stemming from Travolta’s performance. After losing his own son, making a film about losing a son might have been cathartic and definitely quite close to the bone. I don’t want to read too much into Travolta’s choices, because that way madness lies, but it does really come across as though he cared about this one.

The Forger’s family scenes - with Travolta’s son Tye Sheridan and father Christopher Plummer - play really well, and while the tone of these scenes doesn’t gel with the heist elements of the plot, there’s good stuff here.

Overall, there’s not quite enough substance to sail the whole thing smoothly down the river, but it’s not bad by any stretch and the reviews have been a little harsh on what is actually a perfectly average film. No, you won’t watch it again, but neither will you probably regret watching it in the first place.

Criminal Activities (2015)

Rotten Tomatoes Score – 47% IMDb Rating – 5.8/10

Hoo boy, that title. That’s the worst title. I can’t imagine anyone involved could have wanted it. It’s maybe the most generic title I’ve ever seen. It’s so bad that even when I picked up the DVD, looked at the cover and saw that Michael Pitt (Hannibal, Boardwalk Empire) and Dan Stevens (The Guest, The Guest, The Guest) were Travolta’s co-stars in this, I still felt like I was drowning in the beigeness of it.

The film itself - Jackie Earle Haley's directorial debut - is an unfortunate mess. The plot, such as it is, involves Michael, Dan and the rest of the lads from their childhood gang borrowing money from a mob boss (Travolta) to invest in some sure-fire stocks that immediately collapse, leaving them out of pocket and in John’s. To pay off the debt, he wants them to kidnap a guy, because that guy’s friend kidnapped someone else. It’s convoluted and makes little sense, due to the fact that there’s a big twist coming at the end which will clarify most, if not all of it.

The actors are doing wayyy too much in the film - directed by an actor who clearly wants the actors to have room to act - and therein lies the fundamental problem. Apart from a great turn by Edi Gathegi (Gone Baby Gone, X-Men: First Class, Crank) it’s impossible to point a finger at anyone else in the cast and say 'yep, you, good job' because there’s just too much going on.

The twist is actually decent, but everything leading up to it is a headache. Working on a low budget, most of the scenes are dialogue-heavy, arduous and reliant on excessive coverage – so what you end up with is a film where a load of dudes sit in a room together and shout and swear at each other a lot. I wanted to take that final twist aside, buy it a drink, hug it, and reassure it that it deserved better.

I’m afraid to say there’s not much here to recommend, which is ironic given that it’s had the most positive reviews of the bunch.

I Am Wrath (2016)

Rotten Tomatoes Score – 13% IMDb Rating – 5.2/10

I Am Wrath is the worst film of these four by a long chalk.

Here, John stars as a man who decides payback is needed when his wife (Rebecca de Mornay) is killed before his eyes. That’s really all there is, plot-wise. See, it turns out he’s a man with a very particular set of skills and yada yada yada off he goes.

The script - written by Paul 'nope, nothing you’ve heard of' Sloan - is so very, very bad. I am going to tell you how bad it is, so you don’t think I’m just whistlin’ Dixie here:

During his wife’s funeral, John tells the priest that he’s an atheist after the priest gives him a bible in his time of need. Later, Travolta flings this bible across the room angrily. He then stops, pulls a full Joey Tribbiani 'smell-the-fart', slowly approaches the discarded bible, picks it up and reads a line about wrath with the dumbest revelatory expression on his face as the music builds. He sees this as a sign that he should become wrath, despite his earlier insistence that he thinks religion is total garbage.

Later, when asked who he is, Travolta looks determinedly into a mirror and says “I am wrath” – he said the name of the movie you guys! Holy shit. Honestly, I could not believe how hackneyed the whole thing was, not to mention bizarre - the film regularly abandons its serious 'violence begets violence' tone whenever John’s Bff Christopher Meloni turns up, suddenly becoming a jokey buddy comedy.

This was hard to get through. Please avoid it at all costs, for there is nothing here to keep you warm at night.

Killing Season (2013)

Rotten Tomatoes Score – 11% IMDb Rating – 5.4/10

De Niro and Travolta – together at last?

Well, the opening sequence gives us a bit of background on the reason we’re all here. Something bad happened during the Bosnian War that will bring our two main dudes together for some serious vengeance. The sequence is sepia, because past, and ohhhhh god, here comes the present…

It’s at this point that we discover that John is going to attempt an Eastern European accent. It is Not Good. It is not John Malkovich in Rounders, but it is Not Good and we are stuck with it for the duration.

His facial hair during this first scene is also completely ridiculous. I can’t adequately describe how bonkers it is, but try to imagine a werewolf that can only grow stubble carefully shaving a circle into its face. It’s a relief to find that they decided to tone this down for the rest of the film - he looks more like he’s wearing a black chinstrap from then on.

Despite the accent and the questionable chin beard, it’s a lot easier to buy Travolta as a man on a mission of vengeance during Killing Season than it was during I Am Wrath. He’s obviously jazzed to be working with De Niro and he’s knuckled down to bounce off him, keeping it low-key and making an effort not to overdo it.

As a result of this equilibrium, we also get a glimpse of a pre-Meet The Parents De Niro - which is very much welcomed, sweet lord - and the two men head into the second act ready to take each other on, hunt each other down and resolve those Bosnian sins of the past in the most violent way possible.

The script - by proposed Tomb Raider reboot scribe Evan Daugherty - occasionally stumbles, but is solid enough. The direction is fine. It’s fine. It’s probably Mark Steven Johnson’s best film (but when his other major films are Daredevil and Ghost Rider, that’s not exactly a gush) and as the two leads hunt and trap each other, a lot of Predator love oozes out of the frame. Unfortunately, this is not Predator, but you could do worse on an evening than to sit through this instead (if you don’t own Predator).

…Oh my god you guys. We should totally watch Predator right now.

Until next time, and until the next rebirth of Mr Travolta, I bid you adieu.

Next time: the straight to DVD movies of John Cusack

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"Hell On Wheels" - The Final Episodes

11 June 2016 12:24 PM, PDT | SneakPeek | See recent SneakPeek news »

Take a look @ the final season of AMC's 'Old West' TV series "Hell on Wheels", airing June 11, 2016:

"...the last seven episodes of 'Hell on Wheels' is the end of the line for 'Cullen Bohannon' (Anson Mount) and his work on America's first transcontinental railroad.

"The final push to finish brings with it a reckoning for Bohannon and the men standing in his path: the bloodthirsty 'Swede' (Christopher Heyerdahl), the mercenary 'Chang' (Byron Mann) and the rapacious 'Thomas Durant' (Colm Meaney).

"Bohannon contends with corruption, greed and murder as he leads the trek to complete the final stages of the building of the railroad from the 'Central Pacific' through the 'Sierras' and across the 'Utah' desert to 'Promontory Point'.

"While the railroad's completion is certain, who and what will survive when the golden spike is finally planted remains in question — with no one more at risk than Bohannon..."

"With Season Five of 'Hell on Wheels', we are proud to bring our trans-continental journey to conclusion for the large, loyal audience that has traveled with 'Cullen Bohannon' and his crew for so many years," said AMC President Charlie Collier.

"We look forward to appropriately honoring 'Hell on Wheels' in this final season. Enormous thanks to the terrific writers, cast and crew for all they have achieved and for all that lies ahead in the 'Wild West'..."

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- Michael Stevens

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Hell on Wheels: Writers Wanted Closure for Each Character

9 June 2016 7:02 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

What can you expect from the final episodes of Hell on Wheels? During a recent Q&A, showrunner John Wirth discussed the last season of the AMC series.

Set in the 1860s American West, the historical drama tells the story behind the construction of the country's first transcontinental railroad. The cast includes Anson Mount, Colm Meaney, Christopher Heyerdahl, Robin McLeavy, and Jennifer Ferrin.

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"Hell On Wheels" - The Final Episodes

17 May 2016 9:05 PM, PDT | SneakPeek | See recent SneakPeek news »

Take a look @ the final season of AMC's 'Old West' TV series "Hell on Wheels" premiering June 5, 2016:

"...the last seven episodes of 'Hell on Wheels' is the end of the line for 'Cullen Bohannon' (Anson Mount) and his work on America's first transcontinental railroad.

"The final push to finish brings with it a reckoning for Bohannon and the men standing in his path: the bloodthirsty 'Swede' (Christopher Heyerdahl), the mercenary 'Chang' (Byron Mann) and the rapacious 'Thomas Durant' (Colm Meaney).

"Bohannon contends with corruption, greed and murder as he leads the trek to complete the final stages of the building of the railroad from the 'Central Pacific' through the 'Sierras' and across the 'Utah' desert to 'Promontory Point'.

"While the railroad's completion is certain, who and what will survive when the golden spike is finally planted remains in question — with no one more at risk than Bohannon. »

- Michael Stevens

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Hell on Wheels: AMC Releases Final Episodes Photos

17 May 2016 3:58 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

[caption id="attachment_49199" align="aligncenter" width="422"] Hell on Wheels TV show on AMC. Anson Mount as Cullen Bohannon. Hell on Wheels, season 5, episode 8. Photo Credit: Michelle Faye/AMC.[/caption]

Check out these pictures from Hell on Wheels' end of the line. The second half of the fifth and final season of the Hell on Wheels TV show premieres on AMC Saturday, June 11, 2016 at 9:00pm Et/Pt. The series tells the story of Cullen Bohannon (Anson Mount) and his work on America’s first transcontinental railroad.

The cast of Hell On Wheels includes: Mount, Colm Meaney, Christopher Heyerdahl, Robin McLeavy, Jennifer Ferrin, Phil Burke, Tim Guinee, Dohn Norwood, Reg Rogers, Byron Mann, and A. Zhou.

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Hell On Wheels: Fifth and Final Season Resumes in June on AMC

28 April 2016 1:47 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

[caption id="attachment_48145" align="aligncenter" width="590"] Hell On Wheels TV show on AMC. Anson Mount as Cullen Bohannan. Photo Credit: Michelle Faye/AMC.[/caption]

The devil's in the details. Season 5B of the Hell On Wheels TV series on AMC premieres Saturday, June 11, 2016 at 9:00pm Et. While not cancelled, Hell On Wheels is ending. AMC says it is the "end of the line for Cullen Bohannon (Anson Mount) and his work on America’s first transcontinental railroad."

The last seven episodes, including the Hell On Wheels TV series finale, are careening down the track. The cast of Hell On Wheels includes: Anson Mount, Colm Meaney, Christopher Heyerdahl, Robin McLeavy, Jennifer Ferrin, Phil Burke, Tim Guinee, Dohn Norwood, Reg Rogers, Byron Mann, A. Zhou, and Tzi Ma.

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Blumhouse horror Visions set for DVD release in June, watch the trailer here

28 April 2016 9:09 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Lionsgate Home Entertainment has announced that Blumhouse Productions’ terrifying horror Visions is set to arrive on DVD and Digital HD here in the UK this June. The film, whcih is directed by Kevin Greutert, stars Isla Fisher, Anson Mount, Eva Longoria, Jim Parsons, Joanna Cassidy and Gillian Jacobs. Check out the synopsis and trailer below…

Leaving her hectic city lifestyle behind, young mother-to-be Eveleigh (Isla Fisher, Now You See Me), joins her husband David (Anson Mount, Safe), at their beautiful new vineyard home only to be plagued by terrifying noises and visions of a sinister hooded figure. No one else hears or sees these hallucinations, not even David, who grows increasingly worried about his wife’s well-being. Desperate to prove her sanity, Eveleigh hunts down locals who reveal the haunted history of the vineyard in which she now resides. But when the pieces come together, the answer is far different »

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‘Hell On Wheels’ Gets Final-Season Premiere Date

27 April 2016 1:51 PM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Hell On Wheels is rolling on out. AMC said it will premiere the second half of the Western period drama’s fifth and final season at 9 Pm Et Saturday June 11. It will be followed at 10 Pm by the series premiere of the Robert Redford- and Stephen David-produced limited event series The American West. How‘s final seven episodes will serve as the series’ finale and the end of the line for Cullen Bohannon (Anson Mount) and his work on America's first transcontinental… »

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AMC Sets Return Date for Final Season of ‘Hell on Wheels,’ New Series ‘The American West’

27 April 2016 1:37 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

AMC is giving fans of Westerns a treat this summer, with the final batch of “Hell on Wheels” episodes to be joined on Saturdays by the series premiere of the limited event series “The American West.”

The network announced Wednesday that “Hell on Wheels” will ride off into the sunset after its final seven episodes, which kick off Saturday, June 11 at 9. It’s the end of the line for Cullen Bohannon (Anson Mount) and his work on America’s first transcontinental railroad, and the final push to finish brings with it a reckoning for Bohannon and the men standing in his path: the bloodthirsty Swede (Christopher Heyerdahl), the mercenary Chang (Byron Mann) and the rapacious Thomas Durant (Colm Meaney).

On average during its fourth season, “Hell on Wheels” delivered 3.5 million viewers per episode, including 1.3 million adults 25-54, according to Nielsen’s Live+7 estimates. The show is consistently one of the »

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Hell on Wheels: Final Seven Episodes Gets Premiere Date at AMC

27 April 2016 1:25 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Hell on Wheels will start running out of track on Saturday, June 11 at 9/8c, when the first of the AMC series’ final seven episodes hits your TV box.

Leading out of HoW at 10 pm will be the premiere of the Robert Redford and Stephen David-produced The American West, an eight-episode limited series that will transport viewers “into the violent world of cowboys, Indians, outlaws and law men” and feature interviews with notable names from classic Western films, including Redford, James Caan, Burt Reynolds, Tom Selleck, Kiefer Sutherland, Mark Harmon and Ed Harris.

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Win Hell on Wheels Season 5 on DVD

25 April 2016 12:09 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

To mark the release of Hell on Wheels on 2nd May, we’ve been given 3 copies to give away on DVD. In Season 5, Volume 1 of Hell on Wheels, Cullen Bohannon (Anson Mount) finds himself a stranger in a strange land – the mountain town of Truckee, California, home to the Central Pacific Railroad.

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