Carnivàle

2003, TV Show

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The Waltons Patriarch Ralph Waite Dead at 86

Ralph Waite, best known for playing The Waltons' beloved patriarch John, has died, according to The Hollywood Reporter. He was 86.

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Paid | iTunes Aired: 3/27/2005

Season 2, Episode 12
In the series finale, as the world grows smaller, Samson devises a grand plan; Justin forces Iris to face her fear of heights; Stroud wants to protect Justin; Sofie finds herself in the dark; Rita Sue is touched by Samson's generosity; Ben performs his most important healings; and the carnival once more shakes dust...

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Paid | iTunes Aired: 3/20/2005

Season 2, Episode 11
When Samson announces the carnival's next stop, Lila challenges his authority; Stumpy and Rita fear dark days to come; and Libby urges Jones to reveal a secret to the troupe. As Justin baptizes his converts, a new tragedy rises to the surface; Ben volunteers to stack firewood; Sofie sees a face from her past; Iris welcomes a chance to sponsor some fun; and Justin is startled by a development in the migrant camp.

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Paid | iTunes Aired: 3/13/2005

Season 2, Episode 10
Libby struggles to stick to her alibi, buckling under the weight of Rita Sue's superiority; Jones goes for a ride with Ben; Ruthie delivers a nocturnal message to Lila; Talbot-Smith intercepts a near disaster for Justin and reneges on a deal with Scudder; Iris discovers a relative; Stroud increases security with his Knights of Jericho, and Justin does some backseat driving.

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Paid | iTunes Aired: 3/6/2005

Season 2, Episode 9
Ben and Jones learn that justice is 'for the birds'; Ruthie's visitor leaves lipstick traces; Lila tries to reach Lodz; Sofie finds salvation in her work; Iris takes Eleanor on a picnic; Balthus misses a big chance; Stroud keeps the morphine flowing; and when chaos breaks out during a public speech, Justin shocks the crowd with forgiveness.

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The Waltons Patriarch Ralph Waite Dead at 86

Ralph Waite, best known for playing The Waltons' beloved patriarch John, has died, according to The Hollywood Reporter. He was 86.

Waite... read more

NBC Developing WolfMan Series From Dracula Producer

Could NBC's supernatural Friday lineup be expanding?

The network is developing a TV adaptation of the 2010 film, The Wolfman, a remake of the 1941 movie, The WolfMan, Deadline reports.

25 totally unnecessary spin-offs

From Dracula executive producer and... read more

Nick Stahl Arrested for Suspected Crystal Meth Possession

Terminator 3 actor Nick Stahl is in trouble again with the law.

Stahl was arrested early Friday morning after police found him and... read more

White Collar's Tim DeKay Heads to Body of Proof

White Collar star Tim DeKay is putting down his badge (temporarily) and heading to Body of Proof for a guest-starring role, TVLine reports.

DeKay, 49, will appear in an... read more

House of Lies Deals Kristen Bell Two Love Interests

Kristen Bell is getting not one, but two love interests for her latest foray into series TV.

Bell's new Showtime comedy, House of Lies, has cast Melrose Place alum Michael Rady and Carnivàle's Nick Stahl as romantic possibilities for Bell's character, a corporate consultant named Jeannine, TVLine reports.

Griffin Dunne moves into House of Lies

Rady, 29, will recur as... read more

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Premiered: September 14, 2003, on HBO
Rating: TV-MA
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Premise: A supernaturally slanted, superbly photographed good-versus-evil series set during the 1930s, focusing on a young man with mysterious talents who is picked up by a carnival crossing the Dust Bowl. At the same time, a California preacher predicts doom while battling his own demons. The pace is deliberate (often maddeningly so), but the drama presents an unusually evocative rendering of the hope and despair of the Great Depression.

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