I wont spoil, dont worry.
What a sick show, sucks its done, last episode was great.
What an odd journey Boardwalk Empire embarked upon during its five seasons on the air. If you can recall the summer of 2010, before the series debuted, the show was hyped as the big savior in prestige drama that HBO needed after a couple of weak years. Armed with a massive budget, creative firepower from The Sopranos' Terence Winter, and the direction of Martin Scorsese, Boardwalk was supposed to guide us through the next age of Great TV. Four years later, The Newsroom Game of Thrones has grown into HBO's real savior; meanwhile, Boardwalk has weathered some creative bumps and the occasionally frustrating subplot to make it to this point, its series finale. And while it's fully unfair to say that Boardwalk didn't live up to its immense expectations, it's also hard to imagine that HBO and Winter truly drew it up this way some years ago—just five seasons, a massive time jump, and a truncated final run. But "Eldorado," like the seven episodes that preceded it in Season 5 and many of the 48 episodes before that, managed to deliver something partially unexpected, but still very satisfying.