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Dates it ran: 2004-2007
Why it needs to be a movie: Because the world needs more of Ian McShane’s Al Swearengen, who is, simply put, one of the best characters ever brought to life on the small screen. The HBO western ended without creator David Milch given enough warning to give it a proper ending, but it was at a pivotal point: Swearengen, the town’s overlord, had grown more benevolent, George Hearst (played by Gerald McRaney: between “Deadwood” and “House of Cards,” he’s proved to be an excellent villain), has wreaked havoc on the town and departed, and soon-to-be ex- Sheriff Seth Bullock (Timothy Olyphant) needs a new job. “Deadwood” was Shakespeare bumped up to the 1870s.
— Melinda Newman