If you're anything like me, whenever the Hell on Wheels theme song starts up, you set to boot-scooting and playing the hambone all lively like. Maybe it's because I recently visited a county fair featuring livestock awards, bales of hay for sitting, and c more
Let's check in with the various inhabitants of Hell on Wheels and see what they're up to as we steam ahead into Season 4. Read More...
"All I want is for this hour to pass so I can return to building my railroad." - Thomas Durant.
It's not often I agree with Durant on any of his schemes or attitudes, but no truer words were spoken in respect to " Get Behind the Mule ."
And mayb more
"Get Behind the Mule" worked fine as a standalone episode, but struggled to wrap up the nine episodes that preceded it, opting instead to bet on the future. Read More...
Well, I knew that the Mormon girl that Bohannan slept with earlier in the season would have significance later on. She looked far too young for Bohannan, and sleeping with her, when she came to him...
Hell on Wheels 3.9 had one of the best old Western best shoot-outs I've seen on television in decades, as Cullen, Elam, Durant, and even that woman in town go to it with a bunch of men in long coat...
Once again, the past has caught up with Cullen Bohannon.
Clearly his path as the new railroad boss has been plagued with problem after problem, and with General Grant's deadline looming on the scenic horizon, I'm not surprised one more issue was adde more
“Fathers & Sins” opened slow, by teasing the kind of boring destiny that could await Cullen once he becomes too mature for reckless shootouts and dangerous business politics, then yanked it all away in a satisfying reminder of past transgressions. Read M more