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Old 02-03-11, 08:25 AM
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Re: David Milch Considering "Deadwood" Revival!

Actors are hired hands. They're typically the LEAST reliable source for telling us whether a project is really in the works or not. For how many years have Arrested Development actors been telling us that a movie is "just around the corner"? Don't get your hopes up until HBO or another production company makes an official announcement that funds and resources are actually going towards this thing.
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Old 02-03-11, 10:40 AM
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Hmm. Not sure how I'd feel about that. There were supposed to be SIX seasons sketched out for that show - a trilogy, each installment represented by two seasons. I'd only be on board if HBO promised the other 4 seasons. In for and ounce, in for a pound.
That's what I was thinking, but I was too lazy to post it.

Deadwood can be finished up in a single season, or probably even a movie.
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Re: David Milch Considering "Deadwood" Revival!

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Actors are hired hands. They're typically the LEAST reliable source for telling us whether a project is really in the works or not. For how many years have Arrested Development actors been telling us that a movie is "just around the corner"? Don't get your hopes up until HBO or another production company makes an official announcement that funds and resources are actually going towards this thing.
The other day I read where Tara Reid said there's going to be a sequel to The Big Lebowski filming later this year.
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Old 02-03-11, 12:21 PM
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I thought the sets were torn down. If that's the case then it'll gonna cost $$$$. So I'll believe it when I see the new showing. Until then its all BS!
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In for and ounce, in for a pound.
I believe it's a penny that you're in for, not an ounce. (Or is that an inside Carnivale joke or something?)
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I've been re-watching season 1&2... amazing amazing TV. Gotta get my hands on a Season 3 DVD set
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Dammit! What a teasey bump Especially after the waves HBO "created" last night.
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Seriously! From an admin no less. Friggin admins.
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Unexpected bump, followed by a flurry of posts. Breaking news, maybe?!

Nope.
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Old 06-13-11, 08:16 PM
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Hoopleheads!
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Old 04-08-14, 05:09 AM
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Deadwood Cast Talks 10 Years Later

Interesting article with cast members giving recollections along with speculations about the possibility of returning for Deadwood features to finish the series. Just thought I'd share. Lots of interesting tidbits.

https://tv.yahoo.com/blogs/tv-news/t...213737341.html
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Shouldn't SolidSnake have posted this?
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I don't think Snake has ever seen an ep. Unless you mean because of his cursing.
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I don't think Snake has ever seen an ep. Unless you mean because of his cursing.
I actually thought you would have posted it.
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Remember when we were supposed to get a ROME movie too?

Never gonna happen...

In this case, though, it's Milch's own fault. He was interested more in JOHN FROM CINCINNATI than DEADWOOD, or this show could have/might have had a Season 4.
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Old 04-08-14, 09:27 AM
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I actually thought you would have posted it.
It was a good read, and I'm still hopeful for something in the future.

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In this case, though, it's Milch's own fault. He was interested more in JOHN FROM CINCINNATI than DEADWOOD, or this show could have/might have had a Season 4.
Incorrect. Milch was told that he could have both shows running on alternate schedules. He declined a 6 episode 4th season since he didn't want a reduced season, but he would have been able to do that after the first season of John from Cincinnati.

http://blog.jopinionated.com/2007/08...-responds.aspx
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I never put together that W. Earl Brown was Mary's brother. That's hilarious.

I also think it's funny out of all of Brad Dourif's accomplishments listed, they appear to have forgotten that little project he was on....Lord of the something.
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I also think it's funny out of all of Brad Dourif's accomplishments listed, they appear to have forgotten that little project he was on....Lord of the something.
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Old 04-08-14, 12:41 PM
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Incorrect. Milch was told that he could have both shows running on alternate schedules. He declined a 6 episode 4th season since he didn't want a reduced season, but he would have been able to do that after the first season of John from Cincinnati.

http://blog.jopinionated.com/2007/08...-responds.aspx
HBO would have given him a full season WITHOUT John From Cincinnati. Then they offered him the 6-episode season WITH John From Cincinnati. Milch rejected both, so HBO cancelled the show. Milch has been spinning the story since then as if HBO only wanted to do the 6-episode season, but HBO would have been happy postponing the Cincinnatti project to do more Deadwood.

Also, Milch has said in other interviews that he wrote the Season 3 ender intending it to be the final episode. Milch wanted Deadwood to end far more than anyone else did. Of course, when his new show flopped, he wanted to save face.
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Re: Deadwood Cast Talks 10 Years Later

Milch just filmed a new pilot for HBO with Brendan Gleason that got rejected. He then signed a new development deal with them. He's been with HBO 12 years and has had only 1 successful series. Not a good track record. He's 69 now, if his next show doesn't get picked up, he's probably done.
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HBO would have given him a full season WITHOUT John From Cincinnati. Then they offered him the 6-episode season WITH John From Cincinnati. Milch rejected both, so HBO cancelled the show. Milch has been spinning the story since then as if HBO only wanted to do the 6-episode season, but HBO would have been happy postponing the Cincinnatti project to do more Deadwood.

Also, Milch has said in other interviews that he wrote the Season 3 ender intending it to be the final episode. Milch wanted Deadwood to end far more than anyone else did. Of course, when his new show flopped, he wanted to save face.
I didn't know about the one or the other situation and covering it up after the fact, is there a source on that? Not doubting you, but I want to know about it from HBO's side, if that is out there.
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Milch just filmed a new pilot for HBO with Brendan Gleason that got rejected. He then signed a new development deal with them. He's been with HBO 12 years and has had only 1 successful series. Not a good track record. He's 69 now, if his next show doesn't get picked up, he's probably done.
I thought Luck had a ton of potential.
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I really enjoyed Luck, yet another show whose cancellation seems shrouded in conspiracy theories.
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