Kalpana Kalpana (Editor)

John from Cincinnati

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Covid-19
6.8
/
10
1
Votes
Alchetron
6.8
1 Ratings
100
90
80
70
61
50
40
30
20
10
Rate This

Rate This


Created by  David Milch Kem Nunn
Original language(s)  English
No. of episodes  10 (list of episodes)
Network  HBO
7.2/10 IMDb

8.5/10 TV

Country of origin  United States
No. of seasons  1
First episode date  10 June 2007
Program creators  David Milch, Kem Nunn
John from Cincinnati wwwgstaticcomtvthumbtvbanners185585p185585
Starring  Bruce Greenwood Rebecca De Mornay Austin Nichols Ed O'Neill Luke Perry Keala Kennelly Luis Guzm├ín Willie Garson Matt Winston Garret Dillahunt Brian Van Holt Jim Beaver Greyson Fletcher Dayton Callie Paula Malcomson Emily Rose Mark-Paul Gosselaar Jennifer Grey
Cast  Rebecca De Mornay, Austin Nichols, Luke Perry, Bruce Greenwood, Brian Van Holt

John from cincinnati his visit day 5 baptize that fucking pistol


John from Cincinnati is an American television drama, set against the surfing community of Imperial Beach, California, that aired on HBO from June 10, 2007 to August 12, 2007.

Contents

Overview

John from Cincinnati is the result of a collaborative effort between writer/producer David Milch and author Kem Nunn, whose novels have been termed "surf noir". The program deals with a strange young man of mysterious origin and the effect he has on a dysfunctional family of professional surfers and their community.

The series includes surfing sequences by well-respected surfers such as Brock Little, Keala Kennelly, Dan Malloy, John-John Florence, Shane Beschen, and Herbie Fletcher.

The series' theme song is "Johnny Appleseed," performed by Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros. A diverse soundtrack includes "Tic" by Kava Kava and songs from TV on the Radio, Muse, Buddy Guy, Kasabian, and the Yardbirds.

Ratings and cancellation

The pilot for the series was shown directly after the highly anticipated series finale of The Sopranos, but it failed to sustain an audience. The Sopranos received an audience of 11.9 million people according to Nielsen ratings, but John from Cincinnati held onto only 3.4 million viewers. Subsequent episodes initially lost viewers, but ratings began to see a slow increase, and by the final episode viewership had reached over 3 million; more than some episodes of Deadwood.

One day after the season finale aired, HBO officially canceled the show.

References

John from Cincinnati Wikipedia


Topics
 
B
i
Link
H2
L