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Coming Out Strong, 'Boardwalk Empire' Wins Season 2

September 22, 2010 (8:19 am) GMT
With additional plays at two other time slots, the drama thriller was watched by a combined 7.1 million viewers on the September 19 premiere.

"" opened to a strong number and for that it's granted a second season. HBO has renewed the new series starring after only one episode that attracted 4.8 million viewers. The cable has not absorbed such amount of rating since the 2004 opener of "Deadwood".

"All the ingredients aligned for this one, from and Steve Levinson's initial pitch, to Martin Scorsese's enormous contributions as director and executive producer, to the genius of Terry Winter and the expertise of Tim Van Patten, to a stellar cast led by Steve Buscemi," said president of HBO programming Michael Lombardo. "The response from the media and our viewers has been nothing short of amazing."

The second season is actually a given considering the amount of money spent to erect the magnificent set. The big investment includes an actual boardwalk and costumes that resemble America in 1920s. The cast are not one to be underestimated as well. Apart from the Emmy-nominated Buscemi, the series include Golden Globe nominee and Oscar nominee .

"Boardwalk Empire" will return this Sunday, September 26 with the episode called "The Ivory Tower". Preview of it is embedded below.



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