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    Into The West

    Is anyone else excited for this show? It looks really good! Alot of good actors and the script looks really interesting! I can't wait for the first episode on Friday!

    Into the West
    The story of the opening of the American West is given epic treatment in Turner Network Television (TNT)'s 12-hour original limited series INTO THE WEST, produced by TNT in association with DreamWorks Television and executive producer Steven Spielberg. This dramatic tale of the adventurous exploration of the American wilderness, the clash of two cultures, the rush to riches in a new land and the building of a new civilization features a starring cast headed by Matthew Settle (U-571, Band of Brothers); Skeet Ulrich (Miracles, As Good as It Gets); Michael Spears (Dances with Wolves, TNT's Broken Chain); Tonantzin Carmelo (King Rikki, 187 Shadow Lane); George Leach (DreamKeeper, After the Harvest); and Zahn McClarnon (TNT's Crazy Horse and Cooperstown).

    Currently shooting in Calgary and New Mexico, INTO THE WEST is slated to premiere on TNT in June 2005. Darryl Frank (Taken, Las Vegas) and Justin Falvey (Las Vegas), co-heads of DreamWorks Television, serve as co-executive producers, along with William Mastrosimone (Sinatra, The Burning Season), who also wrote the overall story for the series and the scripts for three of its installments. INTO THE WEST is produced by David A. Rosemont, executive producer of TNT's Purgatory and Emmy-winning Door to Door.

    "INTO THE WEST is the most ambitious original production TNT has ever undertaken," said Michael Wright, senior vice president of original programming for TNT. "Producing something of this size and complexity would be impossible without the amazing talents and passionate hard work of those who are bringing it to life. We are fortunate to have some of the most talented people in the industry working on what we believe will be the television event of the year."

    INTO THE WEST follows two multi-generational families, one settlers and the other Native American, each telling the dramatic stories of the development of the West from their distinct points of view. One family is the Wheeler clan, a Virginia family of wheelwrights making their trek westward. The other family is a plains Native American family hailing from the Lakota tribe. Throughout the series, the two families will experience the historical and cultural events that led to an epic clash of culture, often coming in contact with notable figures and events from the era.


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    i set my dvr to tape it. i love keri russell and skeet ulrich! and it's steven spielberg. how can you go wrong with spielberg!?

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    yeah looks really good

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    I'm looking forward to watching this too!

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    Dont know if any of you caught this last night. Ive also been looking forward to this show and I thought it opened really strong, really caught my interest I figure that usually when Spielberg/Dreamworks is involved in something, it'll usually be good, and I really enjoyed "Into the West" last night.

    Wasn't sure if any other western series was going to measure up to "Deadwood" but I think I'll really enjoy this one.

    Anyone else get to see it yet? '
    "He who has a why to live for can bear almost any how."

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    I thought it was a so-so start.
    I'm getting tired of the 'narrations' by I guess you have to with this series so we can see how the two families will be connected.

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    I finally watched it... It held my interest, I wish it hadn't have been two hours long though (it's just hard for me to watch something that long). Are all the episodes going to be that long? I did a search on tv guide and it looks like they aren't even going to show the next episode this week...? Anyone know when they are going to continue this?

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    I read that Into the West will run 12 hours over six weeks on TNT, meaning, two hour episodes per night until July 15. New episodes are on Fridays, which are then repeated that Saturday and Sunday. This Friday, June 17, will be the second installment.

    I thought the show got off to a good start. I couldn't help but imagine how difficult it must have been to go out West leaving family and friends behind in some cases, or leaving the relative safety of the established cities and communities.

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    I was in a pretty bad mood when I watched it, so I had a hard time getting into it. Hopefully, next week will be better. It just seemed to drag for me, with not a lot of excitement.

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    i absolutely loved the first episode. it was able to grab my attention for the full 2 hours. i was sad when it ended and can't wait till friday's episode!

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