Did you miss Cullen Bohannon (Anson Mount), Thomas Durant (Colm Meaney), Eva (Robin McLeavy), and The Swede (Christopher Heyerdahl)? Don’t worry! Hell On Wheels Season 5 is premiering on AMC on Saturday, July 18 at 9:00 p.m. Eastern time. There are only 14 episodes left, and half of them are coming this summer 2015. Are you excited? For sure!
Do you remember all the details of previous seasons? How about Hell on Wheels season 4, especially its last episodes? The terrible death of Ruth (Kasha Kropinski), one of my favorite characters, and the departure of Cullen Bohannon to California looking for his wife Naomi and son. Now, he is working with the Central Pacific. Will we see Promontory, Utah, in Hell On Wheels Season 5?
When will you be able to actually start streaming the series on Netflix? Good news! Season 4 is going to be available on July 4. Hell on Wheels is a series about a very interesting period in American history, and it is going to start being available on Independence Day. Good choice!
Then, you will have two weeks to catch up on the fourth season before the next batch of episodes begins, and that should be more than enough time.
“With season five of Hell On Wheels, we are proud to bring our trans-continental journey to conclusion for the large, loyal audience that has traveled with Cullen Bohannon and his crew for so many years,” said AMC President Charlie Collier. “We look forward to appropriately honoring Hell On Wheels in this final season.”
Video. Hell on Wheels Season 5. Trailer.
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** Seasons one (2011–12) began in 1865 shortly after the assassination of Abraham Lincoln and two (2012) covered 1866, Seasons three (2013) and four (2014) opened in 1867. On November 7, 2014, Hell on Wheels was renewed for a fifth and final season consisting of 14 episodes to be aired in 2015 and 2016.