Strange Empire (2014–2015)

TV Series   |    |  Drama, Western


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In 1869 Janestown on the Alberta-Montana border, three women band together for survival after the men in their town are murdered.


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Laurie Finstad-Knizhnik

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17 November 2014 | susiemoloney
9
| Strange Empire has everything!
Strange Empire is more than just a Western, although there's plenty of Western action. It's a female-driven, sexy, well-plotted drama. Beautifully shot, well-written, it's really the characters who drive the story. A small wagon train traveling into the west between Montana and Canada border, runs into a mining community that has little more than a brothel, mine, and railroad running through it. When two young girls are hidden from the brothel and mine owner, he extracts his revenge by sicking his men on the wagons, killing all the husbands, fathers, and male children, in order to force the women to work the brothel. The plan mostly blows up thanks to Kat Loving, a fierce wife-made-widow. From then on, it's pretty much war. Hopefully CBC won't cancel this one prematurely while it finds its audience. Hear that, CBC? Don't you dare!


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