Back in 2006, critically beloved western drama 'Deadwood' was abruptly canceled by HBO, without any type of resolution for the characters. The premium cable giant has a long history of allowing its original programs to end properly, which explains why the fans, cast, and creators of 'Deadwood' still harbor resentment over the fact that the formerly teased wrap-up telefilms never came to frutition.
Well, surprisingly enough, 'Deadwood' cast member Kim Dickens recently let slip during an interview that series creator David Milch still has hope that a revival might happen, and remains fully open to the possibility. It's been nearly eight years since the show was canceled, but it appears that Milch (who would go on to create short-lived horse racing drama 'Luck' for HBO as well) isn't ready to say goodbye to the profanity laced town of Deadwood, South Dakota just yet. For the sake of fans everywhere, here's hoping he's finally able to end things the right way.