'Hatfields and McCoys' review, night 2: 'I rue the day I saved your life!'
The History Channel actor and director gets personal with Us.
By SCOTT COLLINS — Los Angeles Times If "Hatfields & McCoys" is any indication, viewers just can't get enough of old-fashioned feudin'. History's three-part miniseries about the 19th century Appalachian clan war broke records with its first
History entered the original scripted arena in a big way last night. The premiere of the cable network's miniseries Hatfields & McCoys drew a staggerin.
Their bloody family feud made headlines after the Civil War, and over a century later, the "Hatfields & McCoys" are making cable TV ratings history.
Perhaps viewers were feeling the nostalgia on Memorial Day, or perhaps the onslaught of repeats and marathons created a hunger for original programming. Maybe the temptation of Kevin Costner and Bill Paxton's