Hell on Wheels > Hell on Wheels Season Finale Review: A Time To Kill > Comments Page 2
I LOVE THIS SHOW! Its the first series that I actually look forward to each week. Afterall, not every female in the world wants to see those bratty, spoiled housewife shows ya know. I just want to know why it is so hard to find out when the next season starts. Does anyone know? I assume AMC wants us to keep watching...
Is there going to be a second season for this? Yes, to many stories going at once but with some work could be good show. Hope it comes back.
Excellent show !
Sean, Lily is NOT the only woman who's not a prostitute. You forgot the preacher's daughter, Joseph's new girlfriend.
I will never understand people like you. Why do you waste your time on something you don't like? There are so many tv shows, one couldn't watch all of them even if they spent the whole day and night in front of TV. And, moreover, you waste even more time bitching about it on the internet! You are one sick dude!
From my perspective, the best and most telling scene was between Bohannon and the preacher with the preacher telling an allegory with the message being: "Choose hate!"
I've been trying really hard to like this show. It's so disappointing. I feel like the writers were just hoping to avoid getting the pilot to work and never really thought through the overall story arc. This is a Deadwood starter kit at best. The necessary twists that must happen to get Bohannon and The Swede (the most interesting characters by far) will definitely require some serious willingness to suspend disbelief. It's just too bad given all that this story could have provided that the writers have presented us this hollow story arc. I'm surprised it has been renewed for the second season, especially given AMC's high standards for their other dramas. Crap on Wheels if you ask me!
Can't wait for the next season! Awesome show!
I love the subtlety of the meaningful looks exchanged among the main characters in this show. Anson Mount, a highly under-rated actor, can relay more depth in one stare than most actors do in multiple pages of dialogue. I wasn't thrilled with the way he turned a bit monster-like at the end of the final season, more bent on revenge than on living. But it's part of his evolving character. I also like the way his interest in "Lily Bell," and vice versa is not overblown. Like real-life relationships, it's taking its time, dependent upon circumstance. I would like to see them get together in the end but alas, he rode off into the...where'd he go? Guess we'll have to stay tuned to find out. A great cast, great storyline and a true authentic feel to the era. Let's all hope this one returns for another season and the ratings don't blow it away like so much discarded sagebrush.
Sure would like to know the name of the first song (instrumental) and the group playing during the dance sequence of the final episode. Anybody know?
This is the first "Western" that has held my interest; the complexities of the characters and situations in a "brave new world" really make that world come alive. The acting is fantastic - I'm most appreciative!
I do agree that there are alot of different stories going on each week, some resolved, many not. But it is the characters (and the great acting) that keeps the show going. I can't wait for season 2!
I'm thoroughly entranced in this show. The writing, setting, actors, & timeframe all add up to a fantastic story. I'm most intrigued by Hell on... and can't wait til next season in the fall. It's the best written series I've seen, maybe ever!!!!!!!! 5*'s, yes *****!! Fantastic!!!
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