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Deadwood

In an age of plunder and greed, the richest gold strike in American History draws a throng of restless misfits to an outlaw settlement where everything — and everyone — has a price. Welcome to Deadwood...a hell of a place to make your fortune.

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03x12 Tell Him Something Pretty Aired: Aug. 27, 2006

In the third, and last, season finale, the camp turns out to vote--but as Bullock notes, the election may already have been decided. In light …

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Deadwood is Canceled/Ended
The show had 3 seasons and 46 episodes air between 2004 and 2006.

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Deadwood had 3 seasons, 36 episodes and 10 specials that aired between 2004 and 2006.

The series won eight Emmy Awards (of 28 nominations) and one Golden Globe.

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Series Info

Type:
Scripted
Premiered:
Mar. 21, 2004
Status:
Canceled/Ended
Runtime:
60 min.
Aired:
2004 - 2006
To-Date:
3 Seasons
46 Episodes
Network
HBO TV Network

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  • According to a 2004 Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles interview with show creator David Milch, when John Hawkes first met Milch to audition for the role of Sol Star, Hawkes told Milch…
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    According to a 2004 Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles interview with show creator David Milch, when John Hawkes first met Milch to audition for the role of Sol Star, Hawkes told Milch that he was not actually Jewish (unlike both the real-life Star and the "Deadwood" character). Milch's response was to ask Hawkes, "Have you ever felt shame or sadness or ostracized?" When Hawkes responded, "Every day," Milch told him, "Then you're Jewish."
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  • Goof (anachronisms): In one scene set in the Gem Saloon, the tune to "Waiting for the Robert E. Lee" is played on the piano. This song was composed in 1912, and the show is set in 1876-77.
  • George Hearst was the father of William Randolph Hearst, the famous newspaperman on whom Citizen Kane (Citizen Kane) was based, and the great-grandfather of Patricia Hearst. When Hearst tells…
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    George Hearst was the father of William Randolph Hearst, the famous newspaperman on whom Citizen Kane (Citizen Kane) was based, and the great-grandfather of Patricia Hearst. When Hearst tells Merrick that he will start his own newspaper in Deadwood to tell lies for his side, it is a reference to the fact that W. R. Hearst is largely credited with the creation of the concept of "yellow journalism" and the use of his own newspapers to shape and even create political and social opinion and actual events. The most famous example of this was what many historians characterize as W. R. Hearst's whole cloth creation of the Spanish-American War through his newspapers' inflammatory and lucrative headlines.
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