Globe & Mail on End of Filming; Hell Writer on Show's Appeal

This week, The Globe and Mail discusses the end of filming on the show. Plus, one of the show's writers talks about the appeal of Hell on Wheels. Read on for more:

The Globe and Mail spotlights the end of filming for Hell on Wheels, which shot in Alberta because, as Executive Producer Michael Rosenberg says, "You don’t get this sky anywhere else. You don’t get the authenticity of the cowboy culture anywhere else."

• Mark Richard, talking to The Hillsdale Collegian, says, "Most of the drama today is to be found on cable and premium cable. So I was happy to find a home working on the railroad for four years."

• The Belfast Telegraph features a photo from The Journey starring Colm Meaney who plays Martin McGuinness and "pulls off the ex-IRA commander's furrowed brow and unflinching demeanour, not to mention their matching curly hair."

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