'Hatfields & McCoys' is a History-changing success


News of the potential new series comes after History's "Hatfields & McCoys" broke cable records. The three-part series starring Kevin Costner and Bill Paxton delivered record ratings. Its finale had more than 14 million viewers, beating the record the

Devil Anse Hatfield (Kevin Costner) is earnest and rigid; Randolph McCoy (Bill Paxton) is blinded by hatred. McCoy's wife (Mare Winningham) is a quiet soul, surrounded by anger; Hatfield's son (Matt Barr) is a lover, surrounded by fighters.

Just two weeks ago, TV networks' infatuation with period Westerns seemed to have waned. Of the slew of such projects put in development by the broadcast ne.

Mark Hatfield of Oregon for a trans-African pipeline, newly released FBI documents show. The documents obtained by The Oregonian newspaper under the Freedom of Information Act detail the FBI investigation into Tsakos and his relationship with Hatfield,

Devil Anse Hatfield (Kevin Costner) is earnest and rigid; Randolph McCoy (Bill Paxton) is blinded by hatred. McCoy's wife (Mare Winningham) is a quiet soul, surrounded by anger; Hatfield's son (Matt Barr) is a lover, surrounded by fighters.

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