'Boardwalk Empire' Renewed for Season 4

At the rate "Boardwalk Empire" is going, it may not have any living characters by the end of this season. But HBO is renewing it anyway.

Boardwalk Empire “Bone for Tuna” Season 3 Episode 3

Boardwalk Empire  “Bone for Tuna” Season 3 Episode 3  airs SEPT. 30 2012 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT) on HBO. Episode Synopsis :  Disturbed  by a recent nightmare and Billie’s absence, Nucky reluctantly joins Margaret to receive a high honor from the Church. Meanwhile, Gyp makes a deal with Nucky for a onetime liquor shipment, though the mobster’s longtime intentions remain very much up in the air. Van Alden regrets trying to socialize with his co-workers; Margaret takes her women’s-clinic pitch to a higher authority; Lucky and Meyer protect their investments; Richard sets the record straight with Mickey, and with Nucky. Read More...

Boardwalk Empire “Spaghetti & Coffee” Season 3 Episode 2

Boardwalk Empire  “Resolution” Season 3 Episode 2  airs SEPT. 23 2012 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT) on HBO. Episode Synopsis:  Mixing business with pleasure in New York, Nucky bristles at the collection tactics of Gaston Means, a “special investigator” with ties to Attorney  General Harry Daugherty. At St. Theresa’s, Margaret is troubled when her altruism is met with resistance by both a patient and an idealistic doctor. Gyp extends his stopover in Tabor Heights, a town halfway between Atlantic City and New York, with an eye towards establishing a strategic foothold. Chalky and his daughter Maybelle (Christina Jackson) fail to agree on her future with Samuel (Ty Michael Robinson); Eli gets a new boss and faces new realities at home; a major liquor shipment takes an unexpected detour. Read More...  

Fall 2012: Boardwalk Empire “Resolution” Season 3 Premiere

Boardwalk Empire  “Resolution” Season 3 Episode 1 airs SEPT. 16 2012 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT) on HBO. Episode Synopsis:  While hosting  a New Year’s Eve party for 1922-23, Nucky makes a resolution that does not sit well with Gyp Rosetti, a touchy gangster with a thirst for bootleg whiskey. Margaret looks to build on the Thompson endowment at St. Theresa’s Hospital, to her husband’s displeasure. In the absence of Jimmy and the Commodore, Gillian builds a new business  while monitoring Richard’s mentoring of her “son,” Tommy . In Chicago, Al Capone is rankled by Irish mobster Dean O’Banion, and Van Alden stumbles onto a confrontation that could change his career path. Read More...  

'Boardwalk Empire' 3.02 Preview: Everybody's Got Guns

The video teases a potential gun-totting scene involving Gyp Rosetti, while Margaret is disturbed possibly by an issue at St. Theresa's.

Boardwalk Empire: Is Nucky Ready to Be a Real Gangster?

"You can't be half a gangster," Jimmy Darmody ( Michael Pitt ) told his then-boss Nucky Thompson ( Steve Buscemi ) in the very first episode of HBO's Prohibition Era drama Boardwalk Empire . Two seasons later, Jimmy is gone — dead at the hands of Nucky, who finally took his would-be protegé's advice. "Up until episode 12 of Season 2, we never really saw Nucky pull the trigger. He's the guy who's telling other people to do that," creator Terence Winter tells "Now, Nucky's fully capable of both ordering people dead and killing them himself. He's much more serious. He used to be a gangster and a gang leader one step removed. Now, he's out from behind the desk and really getting his hands dirty."

'Boardwalk Empire': Three burning questions for the Season 3 premiere

"Boardwalk Empire" returns to HBO on Sunday evening, and after the shocking twists and kill offs that took place in the final few episodes of Season 2, there are plenty of scattered pieces left to pick up. The teasers and trailers leading up to the premiere have been loaded with indications of Nucky Thompson's (Steve Buscemi) dark side and continued struggle for control. And with a promotional mantra like "You can't be half a gangster," Season 3 is promising audiences that Nucky will be handling any fallout from last year decisively. With only two days left until "Boardwalk Empire" returns for Season 3, there's big anticipation for how the show will address some enormous changes, including three major cliffhangers that left audiences reeling: 1. Nucky's land: Nucky transferred his land deed of nearly 160,000 acres to his wife Margaret (Kelly Macdonald), elated with the prospect of making a huge earning from the highway construction. But...

'Boardwalk Empire' Season 3 New Clip: Gyp Rosetti Is Pissed Off

Gyp is unhappy that he gets interrupted when he just starts talking about rum business with Nucky at a New Year's Eve party.

Boardwalk Empire Season 3 Trailer: How Many People Have You Killed?

Boardwalk Empire 's Nucky Thompson has never had a problem dispatching an enemy for his personal gain. Politics in the Prohibition era lend themselves to sometimes unsavory moves in order to move ahead and he didn't become the King of Atlantic City by playing nice and keeping his hands to himself. Everybody knows the game they're getting into before they take the plunge into the shark-infested waters of political corruption, thus relieving him of much of the guilt that could come with destroying another person. The third trailer for the third season of Boardwalk Empire, though, finds Nucky in a weird position, one that he's not accustomed to occupying. After shockingly taking out Jimmy in the second season finale, Nucky's dealing with guilt for arguably the first time in his political career. It could stem from the fact that he's the one who actually pulled the trigger this time, rather than simply okaying the hit, but there's a part of Nucky that still loved Jimmy and saw him as the child that could do anything and be anybody. Jimmy had been his protege and the one to be groomed for ascendance to the throne one day, but he got too impatient and had to be put down. Or did he? Read More...

Boardwalk Empire Season 3: Spoilers for September Episodes

Boardwalk Empire ended its second season in a way that was both very final and yet still had a lot of uncertainty to it. Nucky may have dispatched Jimmy in the climax of the season finale, the Commodore having already passed away, but in the world of Atlantic City, one killing wouldn't stop others in the pursuit of riches and glory. Nucky has all the power and prestige that many men would kill for and with one Jimmy gone, 10 more are bound to pop up and make a go at becoming the King of Atlantic City themselves. But now that Nucky has went from being morally gray to having blood on his hands, will he be willing to show the same ruthlessness with the next enemy...and the next...and the next...? Read More...