LUCK Sneak Peek - A behind-the-track look at the world of horse racing and gambling?s denizens.
Throughout the 19th century, the territory west of the Mississippi was a rough place, crawling with outcasts, murderers, thieves and bounty hunters. Across this lawless landscape, a few brave men protected the innocent from an endless stream of gun-wielding outlaws. In the thrilling six-part historical docudrama series GUNSLINGERS, American Heroes Channel immerses viewers in the true stories behind infamous icons and legendary conflicts of the Wild West. Captivating in its cinematic storytelling, GUNSLINGERS exposes the real, often little-known adventures of the Wild West’s iconic characters, and how their fearless pursuit of freedom and profit still resonate in America today. From unlawful lawman Wyatt Earp, teenage vagabond Billy the Kid, scorned rebel Jesse James, Yankee sharpshooter Wild Bill Hickok, dangerous psychopath John Wesley Hardin and war veteran-turned-assassin Tom Horn, GUNSLINGERS tips its cowboy hat to those who became icons in a wild, wild world. Juxtaposed with vivid reenactments, expert commentary is layered throughout each episode to ensure the authenticity and historical accuracy of each story. Contributors include: David Milch, the creator of Deadwood Bob Boze Bell, the executive editor of True West Magazine and actor Kurt Russell, who portrayed his favorite western icon, Wyatt Earp, in the classic film Tombstone. The Wild West kicks the dust off its heels with these stories of courage, survival and good versus evil when American Heroes Channel premieres GUNSLINGERS on Sunday, July 20 at 10/9c.
He wrote great books but lived quite a crazy life.
Dismal ratings and pressure from PETA forces HBO to cancel the Michael Mann/David Milch drama LUCK. In this news piece, the cast speaks out
In the tired coastal town of Imperial Beach, CA, live three generations of Yosts: surfing royalty with a family curse. But just as things look like they can't get worse, a stranger arrives to change their fortunes in this HBO drama series.
AMERICA IN PRIMETIME presents some of the most compelling shows on television today, as well as those of the past, by focusing on key character archetypes that have remained a staple of primetime through the generations, capturing both the continuity of the character and the evolution.
The creators of All in the Family and other stars discuss the complicated character of Archie Bunker
The Misfit celebrates the unique characters who defied comic stereotypes and societal expectations to reflect the diverse personalities of America
The Independent Woman reveals how women have transformed from model housewives to complex, and sometimes controversial, characters. Clips from NURSE JACKIE and DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES illustrate this.
Mitchell Hurwitz talks about his inspiration for the Bluth family in Arrested Development, Matriarch, Patriarch, Craftsman and Clown.
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