HBO's "Boardwalk Empire" drew 4.8 million viewers for its first airing Sunday night, more than any of HBO premiere in six years.
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.
Ralph Winter and Terry Botwick are developing a 21st century Frankenstein, acquiring feature rights to Dean Koontz's "Frankenstein" through their 1019 Entertainment banner.
Keanu Reeves (Ted) and Alex Winter (Bill) play San Dimas 'dudes' so close they seem wired together.
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