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Deadwood (2004-2006) was a unique beast of a show created (and tightly controlled by) David Milch. Set in the 1870s, the series follows the growth of Deadwood, South Dakota from a ramshackle prospecting camp into a thriving yet chaotic community inhabited by powerful, ambitious personalities. It's far from an easy show to get into due to dialogue that's Shakespearean by way of Unforgiven and its uncompromising depiction of a lawless, often brutal town. Stick with it, however, and you'll be rewarded with a captivating world and vivid characters.

Season One

1.1 Deadwood
1.2 Deep Water
1.3 Reconnoitering the Rim
1.4 Here Was a Man
1.5 The Trial of Jack McCall
1.6 Plague
1.7 Bullock Returns to the Camp
1.8 Suffer the Little Children
1.9 No Other Sons or Daughters
1.10 Mister Wu
1.11 Jewel's Boot Is Made for Walking
1.12 Sold Under Sin

Season Two

2.1 A Lie Agreed Upon (Part I)
2.2 A Lie Agreed Upon (Part II)
2.3 New Money
2.4 Requiem for a Gleet
2.5 Complications (formerly "Difficulties")
2.6 Something Very Expensive
2.7 E.B. Was Left Out
2.8 Childish Things
2.9 Amalgamation and Capital
2.10 Advances, None Miraculous
2.11 The Whores Can Come
2.12 Boy-the-Earth-Talks-To

Season Three

3.1 Tell Your God to Ready for Blood
3.2 I Am Not the Fine Man You Take Me For
3.3 True Colors
3.4 Full Faith and Credit
3.5 A Two-Headed Beast
3.6 A Rich Find
3.7 Unauthorized Cinnamon
3.8 Leviathan Smiles
3.9 Amateur Night
3.10 A Constant Throb
3.11 The Catbird Seat
3.12 Tell Him Something Pretty


Deadwood 2005 article about Deadwood season one by Billie Doux
Deadwood: Through a Glass Darkly another 2005 article about Deadwood season one by Billie Doux
The Death of Deadwood about Deadwood's cancellation, by Billie Doux

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Kim Dickens (Joanie Stubbs)
Brad Dourif (Doc Amos Cochran)
Anna Gunn (Martha Bullock)
John Hawkes (Sol Star)
A. W. Merrick (Jeffrey Jones)
Paula Malcomson (Trixie)
Leon Rippy (Tom Nuttall)
William Sanderson (E. B. Farnum)
Robin Weigert (Jane Canary)
Dayton Callie (Charlie Utter)
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