Deadwood Season 4? Creator David Milch Harbors Revival Hopes August 28, 2014 by David Milch still harbors hope for a closure-packed fourth season of Deadwood, according to series star Kim Dickens. The critically-acclaimed HBO western serial was cancelled in 2006 after three seasons, with plans for two 2-hour wrap-up TV movies coming to nothing. Series creator Milch had a four season plan for the series. In an interview with TVLine, Dickens admits that while Deadwood‘s cancellation still hurts, she’s dcussed the future of the show with Milch – who she claims still “harbors hope” for Deadwood Season 4 and “open to the possibility” of reviving the show: “Deadwood still hurts, the fact that we didn’t get to wrap up that story. And a few days don’t go by when someone doesn’t ask if we’re going to finh it. I’m sure we would all [love give it closure] because we all loved it so much.” We all feel heartbroken for [Deadwood‘s cancellation] and for [David Milch], he’s the true creative genius behind. He knew he needed four seasons [to complete the story], he had a perfect wrapping it up place. I’ve spoken to him about it and I think he harbors ahope and he’s always open to the possibility Related Is Your Show Cancelled Or Renewed?Get free email alerts when serialized shows are officially cancelled, renewed or revived!