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The best in ambitious drama (Mad Men, Homeland) and fantastical comedy (Louie, Community).
Even though it's only nine episodes.
The David Milch–Michael Mann collaboration rides off into the sunset.
The duo discusses the horse fatalities, the protests, and where the show would have gone.
And it is a good story.
It's the show's penultimate hour.
While Luck was under extra scrutiny for being about a horse track, its animal-cruelty accusations could expand to affect more shows.
After three horses die during production, the network pulls the plug on the David Milch drama.
This is the third equine to go down.
Not quite a placeholder, there's lots of interpersonal development at hand in this hour.
"You got all the answers to keep your hands in your pockets."
The ratings are pretty tiny.
This is starting to feel like a David Milch show.
"I think sometimes the problem with animal rights campaigners, including myself, is that we don't think about people's feelings, too."
Who knew Nick Nolte was such a good crier?
It's "like jazz or rap: There's a rhythm to it, but it's kind of wild."
We spoke with Broadway producer, and regular bettor, Jerry Zaks.
Where does Kenny Powers rank in the network's echelon of jerks?
It doesn't connect the dots for you, it makes you do it.
PETA is not happy.
Episode two digs into Ace's backstory.