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Deadwood

2004 ‧ Western ‧ 3 seasons
8.6/10 ˇ IMDb 92% ˇ Rotten Tomatoes
"Deadwood" is set in a mining town that was not part of any U.S. state or territory in the post-Civil War years, and thus was literally lawless. Deadwood attracts people looking to get rich after a huge gold strike, as well as those looking to...
Episodes
S03 E12 ˇ Tell Him Something Pretty
Aug 27, 2006
S03 E11 ˇ The Catbird Seat
Aug 20, 2006
S03 E10 ˇ A Constant Throb
Aug 13, 2006
S03 E09 ˇ Amateur Night
Aug 6, 2006
S03 E08 ˇ Leviathan Smiles
Jul 30, 2006
S03 E07 ˇ Unauthorized Cinnamon
Jul 23, 2006
S03 E06 ˇ A Rich Find
Jul 16, 2006
S03 E05 ˇ A Two-Headed Beast
Jul 9, 2006
S03 E04 ˇ Full Faith and Credit
Jul 2, 2006
S03 E03 ˇ True Colors
Jun 25, 2006
S03 E02 ˇ I Am Not the Fine Man You Take Me For
Jun 18, 2006
S03 E01 ˇ Tell Your God to Ready for Blood
Jun 11, 2006
S02 E12 ˇ Boy-The-Earth-Talks-To
May 22, 2005
S02 E11 ˇ The Whores Can Come
May 15, 2005
S02 E10 ˇ Advances, None Miraculous
May 8, 2005
S02 E09 ˇ Amalgamation and Capitol
May 1, 2005
S02 E08 ˇ Childish Things
Apr 24, 2005
S02 E07 ˇ E.B. Was Left Out
Apr 17, 2005
S02 E06 ˇ Something Very Expensive
Apr 10, 2005
S02 E05 ˇ Complications
Apr 3, 2005
S02 E04 ˇ Requiem for a Gleet
Mar 27, 2005
S02 E03 ˇ New Money
Mar 20, 2005
S02 E02 ˇ A Lie Agreed Upon, Part II
Mar 13, 2005
S02 E01 ˇ A Lie Agreed Upon, Part I
Mar 6, 2005
S01 E12 ˇ Sold Under Sin
Jun 13, 2004
S01 E11 ˇ Jewel's Boot Is Made for Walking
Jun 6, 2004
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S01 E10 ˇ Mr. Wu
May 23, 2004
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S01 E09 ˇ No Other Sons or Daughters
May 16, 2004
S01 E08 ˇ Suffer the Little Children
May 9, 2004
S01 E07 ˇ Bullock Returns to the Camp
May 2, 2004
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S01 E06 ˇ Plague
Apr 25, 2004
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S01 E05 ˇ The Trial of Jack McCall
Apr 18, 2004
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S01 E04 ˇ Here Was a Man
Apr 11, 2004
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S01 E03 ˇ Reconnoitering the Rim
Apr 4, 2004
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S01 E02 ˇ Deep Water
Mar 28, 2004
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S01 E01 ˇ Deadwood
Mar 21, 2004
S01 E01 ˇ FREE HBO: Deadwood 01 HD

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