Turns out David Milch and Michael Mann's hardcore new horse-racing show for HBO, the extremely well-received Luck, was a little too realistic for comfort.
PETA started the flamewar last month, enraged at the news that two horses had to be put down in a single season. And when word came today of a t ... More >>
We knew Luck would be hardcore.
With Deadwood's David Milch on the screenplay and Miami Vice's Michael Mann in the director's chair, HBO's new ode to horse-racing was bound to be grittier and manlier than Cormac McCarthy' 5 'o' clock shadow.
But are they taking the realism too far? In a single sea ... More >>
Famed television writer and former Yale English instructor David Milch announced this week that he's agreed produce some of William Faulkner's works for HBO. There's no word yet on what he'll do, but he's clearly got a lot to work with -- nineteen novels, a hundred plus short stories, and some scree ... More >>
A. D'AlessandroThe cast of Husbands from left to right: Cheeks, Sean Hemeon and Alessandra Torresani
"We're here for Jane!" beamed one young couple at Sunday's Nerdist Writers Panel, and by Jane they were referring to Jane Espenson, a female David Milch and goddess among fanboys, revered for ... More >>
Photo credit: HBO.comWhat to watch with your Scofflaw cocktailI don't know about you, but I still mourn the loss of Deadwood, the cancelled HBO series starring ill-tempered, foul-mouthed Al Swerengen. So when I come across words that sound as poetically filthy, even Shakespearean, as the rest ... More >>
It's been over two years since HBO aired the final episode of Deadwood, laying to rest one of its greatest original series in startlingly abrupt fashion. David Milch's gritty - at times, downright greezy - western epic earned a cadre of deeply devoted fans and as much acclaim as either The Sop ... More >>