Events unfold in 1889 - about ten years after the series ended - as dignitaries and most of the series regulars gather to celebrate South Dakota's statehood. When Sen. George Hearst makes an offer to Charlie Utter for his property claim, and Charlie declines, the results are explosive.
Did You Know?
After season 3 ended, David Milch made a handshake deal to make two Deadwood movies to conclude the series with then-HBO chairman and chief executive Chris Albrecht. Mr. Albrecht was arrested in Las Vegas for assaulting his girlfriend in a parking lot. After HBO fired Albrecht, the Deadwood movies were not made as planned. It has been speculated that if a contract had been signed to make the two Deadwood movies before Mr. Albrecht was fired, the conclusion of the series would've most likely been completed over a decade ago. See more
The marching band plays John Philip Sousa's "Stars and Stripes Forever" at the South Dakota Statehood ceremony, which takes place in 1889. The song wasn't written until 1896. See more
Drunk Number Two
I hope you die in the street. Like my dad did!
Version of Deadwood