Texas Rising (2015– )
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Fate and Fury 

Enveloped by the Mexican Army, Col. Fanin's troops are coerced into making a surrender deal, But when Santa Anna orders their execution, the Texians are left even more hungry to exact revenge.

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Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna
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James Wykoff
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Mosley Baker
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Ephraim Knowles
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Emily West
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Empresario Buckley
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Mirabeau Lamar
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Thomas Rusk
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Pauline Wykoff
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Beans Wilkins
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Enveloped by the Mexican Army, Col. Fanin's troops are coerced into making a surrender deal, But when Santa Anna orders their execution, the Texians are left even more hungry to exact revenge.

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Drama | Western

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26 May 2015 (USA)  »

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Billy Anderson: [Awe, pride and concern in his voice] He's hardly sixteen, he's already got two scalps on his lance.
Sam Houston: Friend of yours?
Billy Anderson: His name's Yellow Knife. He's my son.
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Epic Disappointment
27 May 2015 | by See all my reviews

Others have taken this series to task on the deplorable history (or lack thereof). While I do expect some creative license in padding such stories I also expect the History Channel to provide some minimal historical accuracy, not blatant nonsense.

But aside from that, the writing is simply dreadful. It reads like a first draft - stilted, expository and plodding. Some of the money they saved, avoiding big battle scenes, could have been used to pay a writer or two.

I can't understand why such an important and engaging story could be treated with this degree of neglect. Shame on History Channel and the producers.


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