A sweeping sequel to `The Winds of War' picks up the Henry family story after Pearl Harbor, meshing personal travails with detailed re-creations of pivotal WWII events. Herman Wouk adapted his novel for this 30-hour marathon, filmed in more than 10 countries at a reported cost of $110 million. It came to symbolize the decline of big-budget programming projects, and was something of a surprise Emmy winner for Outstanding Miniseries, beating out `Lonesome Dove.'