'Boardwalk Empire' Unleashes Four-City Promos for Season 4
Getting closer to its return date, "Boardwalk Empire" unveils more promo videos for its upcoming season 4. Giving a glimpse of the events in four different cities, the videos give the spotlight to different characters.
The "New York" promo features Rothstein and Luciano as well as their protege Lansky. Rothstein is seen accusing Nucky of trying to put him in Federal Court. In his defense, Nucky calls Rothstein "greedy," but the New York gangster hits back at Nucky, saying he is "desperate."
The "Harlem" promo is dedicated to new characters, philanthropist Valentin Narcisse and sexy jazz singer Daughter Maitland. Al Capone and his brothers, Frank and Ralph, get the spotlight in "Chicago" promo, while the "Atlantic City" video focuses on Nucky, Chalky and Eli.
"Boardwalk Empire" season 4 premieres Sunday, September 8 at 9/8c on HBO. In the first episode, Nucky makes a peace offering to Joe Masseria while working the odds with Arnold Rothstein, Gillian seeks custody of her grandson Tommy, Eli's college-age son, Willie, turns to Nucky for career advice, and Al Capone enlists his brothers, Frank and Ralph, to help him expand his business in the Chicago suburb of Cicero.
Jeffrey Wright joins the cast as Dr. Narcisse, while Ron Livingston lands another new role as Roy Phillips.
"Boardwalk Empire" season 4: New York Promo:
"Boardwalk Empire" season 4: Harlem promo:
"Boardwalk Empire" season 4: Chicago Promo:
"Boardwalk Empire" season 4: Atlantic City Promo:
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