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Hell on Wheels Named Best of 2012; Common Speaks on Respect for Native Americans

This week, Hell on Wheels appears on multiple year end best-of lists, while Common takes time out from a humanitarian event to discuss the lessons he learned while working on the series. Plus, Examiner.com reports on Wes Studi’s induction into the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum hall of fame. Read on for more Hell on Wheels news:

Hell on Wheels joins Mad Men and Breaking Bad on The Phoenix‘s list of the year’s best TV, with special praise for Christopher Heyerdahl’s The Swede: “a villain of biblical proportions.

Gadget Review considers Hell on Wheels one of the best TV shows on Netflix and explains, “This AMC drama is a must-watch with its first season streaming right now.”

The Indian Country Today Media Network speaks with Common about how Hell on Wheels has taught him an appreciation and respect for Native American culture.

Examiner.com reports on Wes Studi’s (Chief Many Horses) recognition by the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum as a 2013 inductee into their hall of fame.

AMCtv.com conducts an exclusive interview with Anson Mount about his Hurricane Sandy relief efforts and excitement over Hell on Wheels‘ Season 3 renewal.

Kassia Warshawski (Mary Bohannon) appears in Merry In-Laws, a TV movie airing this weekend in Australia, according to The Sydney Morning Herald.

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