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HBO is auctioning off Richard Harrow's mask and more from 'Boardwalk Empire'

One of Boardwalk Empire‘s saddest images—spoiler alert–was that of the mask of Richard Harrow, the show’s facially disfigured World War I vet and hit man with a heart, lying in the sand following the character’s death at the end of the fourth season. A Boardwalk fan can now have that mask. It is being auctioned off as part of a Screenbid auction beginning today.

Since Terence Winter’s expansive drama about the world of 1920s gangsters both real and imagined came to an end last fall, it is now following in the footsteps of other shows like Breaking Bad and True Blood by offering up its props and costumes to fans for a price.

EW can exclusively reveal that the following items will be included in the auction:


Here's to the TV characters we lost in 2014: A video tribute

Caution: spoilers ahead! For, well, everything. READ FULL STORY

'Boardwalk Empire' won't go quietly in its final season

HBO has taken a page out of Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner’s playbook, releasing another promo for Boardwalk Empire‘s final season that manages to make every brief clip feel super important while at the same time revealing almost nothing about the season’s plot. READ FULL STORY

Teaser for 'Boardwalk Empire's final season warns 'all empires must fall'

Last night, HBO released the first teaser trailer for Boardwalk Empire‘s upcoming fifth and final season, which is set to begin in September. While the 37-second trailer doesn’t give much away about the upcoming season, it does warn fans that “all empires must fall.” It also features several shots of Nucky Thompson (Steve Buscemi) pensively looking out at things: the water, the Onyx, the distance. After a flurry of other short and nondescript clips from the upcoming season, the trailer settles down on Nucky saying, “The trick’s to stay alive long enough to cash out”—and then ends with the phrase “No one goes quietly.”

Check out the teaser trailer below.



'Boardwalk Empire' post-mortem: Jeffrey Wright says Narcisse suffers 'spiritual assassination'

Spoilers for the Boardwalk Empire season finale ahead! With Nucky winding down his operations, Van Alden reclaiming his identity, and Harrow going from living to not living (sad!), the major players of Boardwalk Empire each found themselves undergoing a transformation during the fourth season finale.

Harlem intellectual and “business” man Dr. Valentin Narcisse (Jeffrey Wright) started off the season as the new king in town, chipping away at Chalky White’s control of the predominantly black North Side community in Atlantic City. By season’s end, he may have survived a botched assassination attempt, but according to Wright, he suffers a “real spiritual assassination” when J. Edgar Hoover (Eric Ladin) forces him to become his informant for the Bureau of Investigation.

“He becomes what he despises at the beginning and that is a servant pretending to be a king, so it all comes full circle,” Wright explains. READ FULL STORY

'Boardwalk Empire' trailer: Welcome to the AC, Jeffrey Wright and Ron Livingston -- VIDEO

“I’m a middleman. I take orders. They do the rest. I don’t ask questions,” pleads a poor schlub at the beginning of this new full-length trailer for Boardwalk Empire.

Of course, nobody really cares about middlemen — which is why the clip quickly moves on to power players like Steve Buscemi’s Nucky Thompson, who may have a new and fearsome foe in Harlem boss Valentin Narcisse (Jeffrey Wright). “Only kings understand each other,” Narcisse says smoothly after reminding the gangster that he prefers to be addressed as “Doctor.” “What shall we do, Mr. Thompson?”

Elsewhere on the Empire: Carrie Bradshaw’s ex-boyfriend Jack Berger (a.k.a. Ron Livingston) has morphed into Roy Phillips, a wealthy outsider in town for mysterious reasons. Hopefully, he doesn’t date Gillian (Gretchen Mol), then dump her via Post-It. She’s got enough problems as it is — like a pesky judge demanding to know what occurred in her residence eight months ago.


Patricia Arquette to recur on 'Boardwalk Empire'

Patricia Arquette is heading back to television.

The actress is on board to join the upcoming fourth season of HBO’s Boardwalk Empire. She will recur as a character named Sally Wheet, described as “a tough-as-nails Tampa speakeasy owner with connections to local gangsters.”

Arquette last appeared on television on NBC’s Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, which had been her first television role since starring on CBS’s Medium.

Boardwalk is expected to return later this year.

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Best of 2012: 5 TV shows that got better

Few things are more satisfying than realizing that a TV show you love is getting better. Evolution and experimentation is built into the long-form television medium. Sometimes that experimentation goes horribly wrong, and some course-correction is required. Other times, a show that’s always been good starts firing on all cylinders at once. Here are our five picks for the Most Improved TV Shows of 2012.


'Breaking Bad,' 'Modern Family' dominate WGA Award nominees

What do Walter White and Phil Dunphy have in common? They’re both at the center of the TV shows most honored by the Writers Guild of America today. The group just announced the nominees for its annual awards, which will be handed out Feb. 17 at simultaneous ceremonies in Los Angeles and New York. Breaking Bad garnered five nods; Modern Family drew four. Here’s a list of all the primetime and late night series in contention for the event’s biggest prizes:


'Boardwalk Empire' creator talks season 3 finale, what's next for Nucky

And so the third — and arguably the best — season of Boardwalk Empire comes to a close. Below creator Terence Winter talks to EW about Sunday’s full gangster-style shoot-em’-up closer, reveals which characters survived the bloodbath, and gives plenty of teasers about what to expect in season four.

The first part of the interview is all about last night’s finale, so SPOILERS follow. The second page is all about what we can expect next year (spoiler free, of course).  READ FULL STORY

'Boardwalk Empire' season 3 finale promo: The gun show -- VIDEO

“Where’s Nucky Thompson?”

It’s a question a lot of Boardwalk Empire‘s characters have asked while Atlantic City’s puppetmaster fell in love and off the radar. A vengeful Nucky set the stage for Boardwalk‘s season 3 finale a few weeks back by issuing a “You’re either with me or against me” war declaration against psychotic nemesis Gyp Rosetti (Bobby Cannavale) and his associates.

Below, watch a new promo for the finale that offers more questions than answers. What it delivers most on, though, is guns. Tons and tons of guns.

'Boardwalk Empire' renewed for 4th season

No surprise here: HBO is bringing back Boardwalk Empire for a fourth season.

The network announced the show will continue Nucky Thompson’s story in 2013.

Last Sunday’s episode was seen by 2.6 million viewers for its debut airing, though HBO points out the recent third season premiere is up to 7.2 million viewers when all forms of viewing is taken into account. Boardwalk recently received four Emmy awards, though lost the big drama category to Showtime’s Homeland.

'Boardwalk Empire': Watch clips from season premiere -- VIDEO

The third season of HBO’s Boardwalk Empire (finally!) premieres on Sunday and we’ve got some clips to whet your appetite. In the opener, Nucky (Steve Buscemi) and Margaret (Kelly Macdonald) make some unrealistic New Year’s resolutions, and Gyp’s (Bobby Cannavale) mission to take control of the Boardwalk is most ambitious of all — especially now that Jimmy (Michael Pitt) is out of the picture.


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