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Deadwood (tv program)

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  • Review: 'Black Sails' is a pirate treasure

    Review: 'Black Sails' is a pirate treasure
    Something in us loves a pirate. Of all the world's brigands, the pirate is the most romantic, the one whose way of life represents a breezy alternative to our drudging own. What child does not know how many men sit on a dead man's chest?
  • MOCA tuned in to arts programming on its YouTube channel

     MOCA tuned in to arts programming on its YouTube channel
    In a corner office at the Museum of Contemporary Art, a big white board is a tangle of names, dates and ideas scrawled in brightly colored markers. At the center is a chart for the video network MOCAtv, plotting new programs on the artist Urs Fischer...

    Brett Martin and Alan Sepinwall look at the TV revolution

    Brett Martin and Alan Sepinwall look at the TV revolution
    The unexpected death of James Gandolfini, who was best known for his work on the series "The Sopranos," recently re-ignited the conversation over How Much Television has Changed, which has become so intense and widespread in the last few years that...

    'The Sopranos' tops WGA's top 101 TV shows of all time

    'The Sopranos' tops WGA's top 101 TV shows of all time
    They say that television is a writer's medium, so it makes sense that the Writers Guild of America would have its own list of the 101 greatest TV shows of all time. At the top of the list is "The Sopranos," HBO's multiple award-winning hit series that...

    'Justified's' psychopaths are never at a loss for words

    'Justified's' psychopaths are never at a loss for words
    Midway through the fourth season of "Justified," an out-of-town hoodlum tells Kentucky drug kingpin Boyd Crowder, "I love how you talk, using 40 words where four will do." The thug makes a point. Boyd, played by Walton Goggins, may well be the most...