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Recommended Reading: The Future of True Detective, Dirty Harry, Nicolas Cage and SXSW

11 March 2014 10:09 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Joshua Budich’s “Time Is A Flat Circle” illustrated poster for True Detective.

Creator Nic Pizzolatto on happy endings, season 2, and the future of Cohle and Hart:

True Detective wrapped its celebrated, intensely parsed first season last night with a finale that has invited a wide variety of reactions. Your opinion might hinge on whether or not you found the revelation of The Yellow King — Errol Childress, aka The Lawnmower Man — and his evil to be interesting and a surprisingly uplifting, optimistic ending for Rust Cohle (Matthew McConaughey) and Marty Hart (Woody Harrelson) to be the correct call for the series.  The man behind the madness stands behind his choices, although the writer (best known before this for the crime novel Galveston) sounds a bit relieved that the roller coaster ride of his first major work for television has reached its conclusion.  ”Our long national nightmare is over!” laughs Nic Pizzolatto, »

- Ricky

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A lie agreed upon: David Milch's 'Deadwood'

11 March 2014 4:10 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

We are 10 days away from the 10th anniversary of the premiere of "Deadwood," David Milch's revisionist Western and one of the greatest drama series to ever grace this medium. You all are no doubt familiar with my love of "Deadwood" by now, whether as a chapter in my book or one of the main topics of conversation for the last three summers of the blog as I re-reviewed each episode. Along the way, we were lucky enough to be graced with the presence of Jim Beaver, Keone Young, W. Earl Brown and Garrett Dillahunt, as these alums of the show offered their own memories of each episode, each of them suffused with the passion that comes from having been part of something so strange and so special for too short a period. Now I have another Beaver-related "Deadwood" reverie for you, in video form. My old partner in crime »

- Alan Sepinwall

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"Deadwood" at 10: Still Ahead of Its Time

11 March 2014 7:29 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Ten years after its premiere, fans still mourn the premature end of "Deadwood," David Milch's profane, sprawling ode to the rise of a South Dakota gold-mining town. Matt Zoller Seitz's video essay, "A Lie Agreed Upon," won't bring the show back, and though hopes perennially surface, the chances of it being revived in any format are virtually nil; even Milch himself is resigned to its end.  But it serves as a thorough, bittersweet overview of the show's greatness, and a reminder that for all the strides that have been made since, TV still remains a frustrating and limited medium. The fact that Milch, whose pilot, "Money," HBO recently declined to send to series, hasn't been able to keep a show on the air for more than 10 episodes since 2006 says much worse things about the industry he works in than it does about him. Written by Seitz and edited »

- Sam Adams

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