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and next he's doing some cop show or other. I can't be bothered to find out the name of that, because it isn't fucking Deadwood, so who cares?
"Deadwood," they told me, cost six million an episode, not one million -- far beyond the typical cost of a series episode as I understand it. And David Milch, however the decision came to be made, was to my eyes both devastated and livid that HBO chose not to continue "Deadwood." Certainly it's quite common for a producer to create a new show while he has a hit running. It happens all the time. And the first script for what became "John From Cincinnati" was written in 2002, before "Deadwood's" first episode had even been filmed.