'Hell on Wheels' Anson Mount thinks series is 'probably going to end one of two ways'

During a break in production on AMC's Saturday Western drama "Hell on Wheels," star Anson Mount has left behind the plains of Calgary, Alberta, where rain and massive flooding caused the entire show to be shut down a week before its scheduled hiatus in June.On this July day, Mount spends his time off helping a friend build a cabin in the woods in the southern Catskills of upstate New York."We're soaking wet here," he tells Zap2it. "We're drilling holes in very wet wood, securing these deck braces, so it's not too bad. Where it needs to be dry is inside, and we've already got the roof on.""Hell on Wheels" premiered its third season on Aug. 10, when it moved to its new Saturday time slot, which, as pointed out by Joel Stillerman, AMC's head of original programming, "has been the home of our Westerns very successfully for many years."Cullen is a veteran of the Civil...



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