Hell on Wheels continues to roll along at a steady pace, but I'm sometimes still left wondering: where are we going?
I know the railroad construction is complete when they reach the Pacific, so that's a type of endgame, but what's the season arc beyond more
Yo gang, let's turn our chairs around, circle up like some wagons and rap for a second: So what makes a person officially "equal" in the Old West? Is it the freedom to do and have the same things as the next fortune seeker? Is it being respected and/or fe more
Amid the whistles and shots of train cars, sometimes it's hard to remember that Hell on Wheels is all about building a railroad.
I understand it's the backdrop of the show and some episodes the tracks seem to have been built farther than before, but so more
Have y'all heard that come future-times, the U.S. will beef up the Supreme Court's ranks from nine judges to 39? The logic is that with over four times the amount of unique perspective, justice levels will be at an all-time high. Fairness depends a good d more
Hold onto your pig's guts - because this week's episode of Hell on Wheels was not for the squeamish.
If you haven't noticed by now, this show is filled with the squelching of shoes through the mud, the spewing blood of fallen men and the continued anim more
Howdy buckaroos! Uh, what if there were separate strains of currency with different purchasing values depending on the money's moral history? Like, a $5 bill at one time used to pay for murder would be worth less than a similar note with a clean past of i more
For all the potential prosperity and new beginnings involved with the railroad construction, the characters on Hell on Wheels seem to be heading in a direction completely opposite of that.
What makes someone choose the darker path? Is it a situation? A more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall invites his readers to review "Viva La Mexico," the second season premiere of AMC's Western drama "Hell on Wheels." http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/season-premiere-review-hell-on-wheels-viva-la-mexico-the-not- more