The cable station announces a Sunday, Sept. 16, date for the award-winning drama series set in 1920s Atlantic City.
Boardwalk Empire mania will be sparking up this week in relation to the HBO announcement that the award-winning drama series set in 1920s Atlantic City, will return for its third season on Sunday, Sept. 16.
It was initially thought that the third season would not start up again until October, unlike the previous two seasons, which both kicked off in September.
Expect more news and teasers from HBO regarding season three of one the station's most successful shows in the coming weeks.
According to the Hollywood insider publication Variety, HBO "will bring back the 12-episode third season of Boardwalk Empire on Sept. 16 while New Orleans saga Treme is back for 10-episode third season on Sept. 23.
Actor Steve Buscemi has won awards and heavy praise for his depiction of the semi-fictional Atlantic City kingpin Nucky Thompson. So far, the show has taken place in the first years of Prohibition, with each new season starting in the subsequent year.
The show was created by Terence Winter, who also serves as executive producer along with Martin Scorsese, Stephen Levinson, Mark Wahlberg and Tim Van Patten.
Visit the set of season three with Winter in HBO released teaser, where he describes it as a "very exciting season":
In episode 26, "Spaghetti & Coffee," Eli Thompson is let out of jail, and gangster Gyp Rosetti takes over the fictional New Jersey town of Tabor Heights.
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By the summer of 1912, Atlantic City had established itself as a premier vacation resort. Its sun, surf and Boardwalk, along with adult offerings of alcohol, gambling and prostitution, could satisfy a variety of appetites.
From Nelson Johnson and the original book to the Grammy-winning soundtrack, interviews with the cast and executives of the HBO show set in Atlantic City and the real stories behind the drama series.
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Justified and True Blood actor Stephen Root will appear on Boardwalk Empire starting in season three as "recurring lawman," according to Hollywood Reporter. Root will play "Gaston Means, a former swindler and murder suspect who now works for the Department of Justice."
Boardwalk Empire picked up a couple more awards last night from the Screen Actors Guild. The SAGs are the most prestigious awards next to the Oscars, since the SAGs are voted on by a performer’s peers.
New York big-band leader Vince Giordano talks to Atlantic City Weekly about working on HBO's Boardwalk Empire and its GRAMMY-nominated soundtrack.
The famed seaside resort that is portrayed in HBO's hit drama series Boardwalk Empire celebrated the show's second season premiere on Sunday, Sept. 25, in a number of ways over the weekend.
In a “news” box on the upper right side of the Archeophone Records home page, there’s a list of the songs played thus far in the first two episodes of HBO’s 'Boardwalk Empire,' set in 1920s Atlantic City.
Early in the premiere episode of HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, a crowd of dapper Atlantic City movers and shakers, partying well into the night in a spiffy supper club, make a familiar countdown, cocktail glasses held high...
I’ve probably done a thousand location shoots, but none affected me more that this one. That’s because I can trace my family history back to this bawdy and tawdry period in Atlantic City’s history.
Sedaka and the Globetrotters