Scene from the fifth and final season of "Boardwalk Empire." Photo Credit: HBO

Boardwalk Empire: Nucky comes clean in new teaser (Video)

In just two more weeks, the HBO Original Series Boardwalk Empire will premiere what will be the fifth and final season of the captivating series.

Over the course of the past few weeks, fans have had the opportunity to get an idea of what is to come in the final defining chapter in the life of Nucky Thompson.

Earlier this month, we got a look at a new trailer for the final season that showed Nucky on a quest for blood.

In the latest teaser for the series, which you can see below, we get a look at Nucky as he comes clean, renouncing the evil that seems to be engulfing Atlantic City now that the gangsters are really taking hold.

The tagline for the season has become “No One Goes Quietly.” It would seem that this applies to everyone, even Nucky. In more than one of the trailers and teasers we have seen recently, Nucky has ended by telling someone that he will not rest until he sees them in their graves.

Take a peek for yourselves. Here is a look at the latest teaser for the upcoming season of Boardwalk Empire.


There is no telling where this journey will come to an end; however, what we do know is that this season promises to tie everything together quite nicely by giving you a closer look at the backstory of some of the most central characters in the show and giving you a solid idea about how they came to be who they are.

Unfortunately, every good series has to end at some point, and that time has come for Boardwalk Empire.

What are you most looking forward to from the new season? Where do you think the journey will finally come to a close? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

Boardwalk Empire returns for its final season on Sunday, September 7th at 9:00 p.m. on HBO.


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