Don't hold your breath, but the long-awaited "Deadwood" movie might be filming as early as next year.
"Sources confirm to TVLine exclusively that HBO is eyeing a Fall 2018 production start for the expletive-drenched drama's long-in-the-works revival movie". A rep for HBO declined to comment on the news. Ever since it ended in 2006, there has been talk of David Milch reviving it as a series of movies for HBO.
Over the summer at the Television Critics Association summer press tour, HBO's top programming exec, Casey Bloys, confirmed that the project was picking up steam. "David [Milch] totally delivered on that".
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The three seasons of Deadwood ran from 2004 to 2006. "If we can do it on a budget that makes sense for us, and if we can get the cast together, we're inclined to do it". The show is set in a mining town that was not part of any USA state or territory in the post-Civil War years, and thus was literally lawless.
Ian McShane headed up the cast of the series as Al Swearengen. While a TV movie has a more limited scope than an entire TV season, it's still a huge commitment for all these actors, most of whom are busy with other projects.
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