HBO has handed a fifth season to period drama “Boardwalk Empire.” Prohibition-set drama returned for its fourth run on HBO earlier this month, and has averaged a gross audience of 7.5 million viewers…
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The third season of "Boardwalk Empire" achieved such operatic highs — and featured such an assortment of twisting alliances, along with a truly menacing villain — that the slow start to the current…
On the "Boardwalk Empire" team, helmer Tim Van Patten bats leadoff and cleanup, since he's handed all the opening and final episodes. Exec producer Martin Scorsese threw out the first pitch with the…
Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio are back, this time in the ferocious world of Wall Street. Based on Jordan Belfort’s memoirs, “The Wolf of Wall Street” chronicles the ex-stockbroker’s rise and…
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After the scintillating highs and surprises of its second season, "Boardwalk Empire" returns following a passage of time, which can always be a trifle unsettling.
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Spanish TV conglom Antena 3 Group has nabbed a package of high-profile HBO TV skeins to be broadcast on its new nationwide free-to-air channel Nitro.
Terence Winter battled a nagging thought as he wrote the pilot for HBO's series "Boardwalk Empire," a sprawling period epic that re-creates Atlantic City of the 1920s.