Hell on Wheels
Hell on Wheels returns Aug. 2, therefore the AMC Western—which parlayed Saturday evening success into an expanded 13-episode 4th season—will do have more than one brand new face. One which might surprise fans is of Cullen’s Mormon that is young bride Naomi. Initially played by Siobhan Williams, the type was introduced early final season when the railroad carved its means through her family’s Nebraska homestead. Cullen (Anson Mount) had sex along with her when when you look at the barn, then again needed to hold her cousin after her father that is trigger-happy blamed son for killing of an associate associated with the railroad authorities. Into the period 3 finale, a kidnapped Cullen avoided being hanged because of the Mormons (and masquerading Swede) at Fort Smith and married Naomi, who he’d learned ended up being holding their kid. Canadian actress/singer MacKenzie Porter actions in to the part for period 4. Here, showrunner John Wirth describes the switch and teases what’s to come.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Why ended up being the right component recast?
JOHN WIRTH: We begin where we left down. As you’re able to imagine, having kept Cullen in a location where he married this young girl and had a young child along the way kind of predicated the sort of tale we needed seriously to inform this year. We discovered ourselves when you look at the regrettable place of experiencing lost our actress: Siobhan Williams decided to go to another series ABC’s Ebony Box, and we also found myself in some scheduling disputes, and now we were not able to create her ahead. Continue reading ‘Hell on Wheels’ EP describes recasting of Cullen’s