Tensions between the brothers are worse than ever before, and Tom's obsession with the claim threatens to ruin his other relationships as well. Kate hides her pregnancy from Sam, and when an accident...
The feud between Hopkins and the Connollys escalates, and the consequences could be deadly, especially when JJ's domineering father returns to Dominion. Séamus and Kate grow closer, and the brothers ...
Set in the late 1980's Hap and Leonard is a darkly comic swamp noir of two best friends, one femme fatale, a crew of washed up revolutionaries, a pair of murderous psycho killers, some lost loot, and the fuzz.
Michael Kenneth Williams,
Nun Sara is on the run in Mexico and is saved from cowboys by Hogan, who is preparing for a future mission to capture a French fort. The pair become good friends, but Sara never does tell him the true reason behind her being outlawed.
The Civil War is past, but former Confederate soldier Cullen Bohannon can't put it behind him. Fresh are the memories of the death of his wife, killed at the hands of the Union soldiers, an act that sets him on a course of revenge.
Beneath the placid facade of Canberra, amidst rising tension between China and America, senior political journalist Harriet Dunkley uncovers a secret city of interlocked conspiracies, putting innocent lives in danger including her own.
An Klondike is the first Western to be made in Ireland and tells the story of the Connolly Brothers; three Irish emigrants who travel from Montana to the Yukon during the Klondike gold rush of the 1890's in the hope of striking it rich. The Connolly brothers pitch up in Dominion Creek where they become embroiled in a deadly feud with Jacob Hopkins, the man who runs the town. The Connollys become powerful figures in the Klondike themselves when their claim proves to be a goldmine but their new found wealth leads to a rift between the brothers. Jacob Hopkins uses this to his advantage to turn the Connollys against one another in the hope of wiping them all out for good.
Worth watching, 1st season is a bit rough but the 2nd makes up for it
In the first season the story was told in a pretty messy/sloppy way... It's not so sloppy that it's confusing or hard to follow, it's just a bit amateurish. The directing was adequate, not great though. There are four languages spoken in the show, which is actually pretty slick and lends an aithentic feel tothe show. On Netflix Canada all the non-English parts are dubbed, not subtitled... Except the aboriginal parts, they aren't dubbed or subbed, but they're very few.
Where this ahow really earned my 7 star rating was season two... All the kinks were ironed out and they did a hell of a job.
Season 1 definitely isn't painful to watch, but it pales in comparison to season 2. Definitely wprththe little time investment to watch it start to finish.
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