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“Boardwalk Empire” is set to air its third season finale on Sunday, and very early on in the third season’s run it was announced that HBO had renewed the show for a fourth season. Showrunner Terrence Winter seems to have a very definite roadmap in terms of the story he wants to tell on the show, and to date the program has reliably delivered a new 12-episode season every September. It seems that trend will continue next year, and with all eyes creatively on season four, the show has recruited two new collaborators who have a pretty good track record. Dennis Lehane and George Pelecanos are both veterans of “The Wire,” and the screenwriters/novelists will join "Boardwalk Empire" next season, with Pelecanos serving as an exec producer while Lehane is in line to pen at least one episode. Lehane is probably the better known of the duo thanks »


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