AMC also set a premiere date for its limited series The American West.
Cullen finds new friends... and new enemies, in Tahoe.
The long wait is almost over for Cullen Bohannon's return.
Even though “Further West” felt more like the first episode of Season 5 than the Season 4 finale, the taste of what's to come was an enjoyable one.
The excellent penultimate episode of Hell on Wheels uneven fourth season was entirely dedicated to a wanted church lady's unwanted life.
Crazy Ruth is way better than Regular Ruth, but for much of this episode, I wished she would just pick one already.
Cullen Bohannon will wrap up his story in 14 episodes split between 2015 and 2016.
Let’s get right to the point: "Return to Hell" was an awesome episode.
Give a wild man a government gun and some authority and it's only a matter of time before he reverts to his wild man ways.
Let me go on the record: I like where this show is going.
"Bear Man" featured some cool parts, sure, but as a whole it was a tad lopsided for my Hellish tastes.
"Life's a Mystery" picked up right where last week’s momentum-filled "Reckoning" left off, with awesome things like war stories and gunfights and field hangings rounding out one of Season 4’s best hours yet.
I'll tell ya, "Reckoning" was a great damn time.
So Cullen finally moseyed back on into town, but he didn't exactly receive the warmest of welcomes.
"Escape from the Garden" gave us a taste of religion, family, and law while revealing how this season’s rivalries will play out.
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.
The network has also renewed Talking Dead for Season 5.
That's a fancy way of saying it's been canceled.