“To Appomatox” Makes IMDb List of Top Ten Promising Shows!

Although the miniseries hasn’t even commenced filming, “To Appomattox” is already making lists. The Internet Movie Database (IMDb) has released a list of upcoming TV shows that look promising, and “To Appomattox” sits at number nine on that list. To view the list, click here. We wish to congratulate the “To Appomattox” team for this success!

About Steven Hancock

I am an avid student of American and World History, with a particular interest in the American Civil War. I am currently a student at American Public University, working toward a Master's Degree in United States History. I am also a Civil War Reenactor, donning the uniform of the common Union and Confederate soldier at reenactments throughout the year.
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6 Responses to “To Appomatox” Makes IMDb List of Top Ten Promising Shows!

  1. mrpog1934 says:

    Thanks for that. I tried to open my interview but couldn’t figure out how to forward the article. I can get the TO APPOMATTOX web site and the IMDb posting but for some reason, I can’t get the interview from this posting. I’d like to forward it to my Civil War re-enactor friends and fans but don’t know how. Can you help me on this. I think it’s important. Signed, Computer Challenged, Patrick Gorman

    • Hey Patrick,

      The best thing I can tell you to do is this: When you are on the main blog page, click on the title of the article. When the article page comes up, highlight the website URL, and select “copy.” Then, paste the website URL to an e-mail to send to your friends. Hope that helps, Patrick. Good luck with it, and with your role as Colonel Charles Smith! God bless!


  2. Mark Sweat says:

    I am hoping to see this project get going full bore very soon. In that way there will be someone picked fro the part of Jefferson Davis. I look forward to seeing the complete program!

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