Wednesday, May 30, 2012

History channel

  • Memorial Day's premiere showing of Hatfields McCoys brought the History Channel miniseries record-high numbers with 13.9 million viewers.
  • (The Celebrity
  • There is something about portraying grimy men shooting one another in the woods that speaks to many actors of a certain, let's say, experience.
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  • The History Channel jumped into historical drama over Memorial Day, and made a splash with 13.9 million viewers tuning in for the first part of the miniseries "Hatfields McCoys" on Monday. Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-Va.
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  • It's possible to watch the six hours of "Hatfields McCoys," a three-night mini-series beginning on Monday on the History channel, and still be scratching your head over how, exactly, the whole thing got started.
  • (New York Times)
  • Matt Barr never pictured himself a Romeo. In the new History Channel mini-series "Hatfields McCoys," Barr plays Johnse Hatfield, the man who falls in love with Roseanna McCoy, despite the bloody feud between the two families.
  • (Wall Street Journal)
  • Big things often have small beginnings. Just a little bit of resentment, if its foolishly nourished, can balloon out of all proportion until it devastates your life.
  • (VIDEO - Irish Central)
  • and rebranding History Television like the U.S. based History channel.
  • (Hollywood Reporter)
  • The History Channels Hatfields and McCoys original miniseries was a huge ratings win for the network that is new to original programming. Last night, on its first of three episodes, the series picked up 17 million viewers including the encore, w ..
  • (I4U)
  • Clearly, Barretts not buzz marketing the latest Rise and Fall of the Third Reich DVD set from the History Channel.
  • (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

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