AMC has issued a 14-episode order for Season 5 of Hell on Wheels, with seven episodes debuting next summer and the final seven in 2016.
Stars Anson Mount and Robin McLeavy break down the themes present in Hell on Wheels Season 4 with a new featurette and trailer.
The first 10 new episodes of Hell on Wheels will air consecutively until October, when the series goes on hiatus for AMC's FearFest.
The network hands out a 13-episode order, debuting on AMC next summer. The series averaged 3.3 million viewers per episode in Season 3.
The hit AMC series follows former soldier Cullen Bohannan as he helps build the U.S. transcontinental railroad, airing Saturdays at 8 PM.
The new season will kick off Saturday, August 3rd at 9 PM ET, after a full day of Western movies air on AMC.
Creators Joe and Tony Gayton stepped down as showrunners just as AMC picked up the drama series for a third season in October.
The cable network has ordered 10 more episodes, with creators Joe Gayton and Tony Gayton stepping down as executive producers.
The actors talks about the aftermath of Viva La Mexico and what's to come in Durant, Nebraska this Sunday on AMC.
The WE network will also stream the first six episodes of Braxton Family Values in response to DISH dropping both AMC and WE networks.
The duo offer insight into what the future holds on this hit AMC Western, while also sharing their thoughts on last year's run of episodes.
The fifth and final season of Breaking Bad debuts this July, while the second season of Hell on Wheels arrives this August.