WILLIAMSON, W.Va. — The only archeological artifacts from the Hatfield McCoy Feud will be placed on public display for the first time on Monday, Jan. 28 at the Coal House in Williamson, W.Va.
Come out Saturday and get your feud on from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 12 as Huntington Mall Books-A-Million will host a book event with F. Keith Davis, co-author of "The Feuding Hatfields & McCoys."
The new National Geographic show, “Diggers,” will present new discoveries at the McCoy home detailing the McCoy homestead discovery at 10 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 29.
At 12 p.m. (Noon) Tuesday, Dec. 25, History channel air the documentary "America's Greatest Feud: Hatfields and McCoys" directed by the late, great Mark Cowen, narrated by Kevin Costner and shot by Huntington’s Trifecta Productions.
GRIFFITHSVILLE, W.Va. — You can turn back the clock to pioneer days as reenactors from around the region will be on hand and demonstrating at Heritage and Cultural Days at the McClung Farm in Griffithsville W.Va.
According to the History Channel schedule, the cable TV network will be re-broadcasting both the record-breaking miniseries, “Hatfields and McCoys,” which was nominated for 16 Emmy Awards, as well as the companion documentary, “America’s Greatest Feud: The History of the Hatfields and McCoys,” that was filmed by Huntington-based Trifecta Productions.
More than a century after the last shots were fired in America’s most famous feud, the Hatfields and McCoys mingle peacefully in the mountains they call home, headlining an ever-growing annual festival.
WILLIAMSON -- The Hatfield & McCoy hysteria continued over the weekend with a standing room only capacity at the annual Hatfield and McCoy Festival, which featured family activities, entertainment and more.
WILLIAMSON, W.Va. -- America's most famous feud has recently been the subject of a record-breaking miniseries and a documentary. Next up? Possibly a new unscripted (reality) show to be shot for a cable TV network.
HUNTINGTON -- Millions tuned in earlier this week to watch the History Channel miniseries "Hatfields & McCoys" about the famous feuding families from West Virginia and Kentucky.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — A Kentucky actor has had some TV time this week with a role in the "Hatfields & McCoys" miniseries on the History Channel.
HUNTINGTON — Although History’s record-breaking miniseries, “Hatfields and McCoys,” has just finished its fiery three-day run, the excitement is just now building in downtown Huntington as locally-based Trifecta Productions gears up for the 4 p.m. Saturday, History Channel premiere of the companion documentary they shot called "America's Greatest Feud: Hatfields and McCoys.”
The famous Appalachian family feud between the Hatfields and McCoys is popular on a national scale once again thanks to the success of the History Channel miniseries "Hatfields & McCoys."
Known for his starring roles in such runaway movie hits as "Platoon," "Major League," and "The Big Chill," Hollywood star Tom Berenger, who was in Huntington last week at a private screening of "Hatfields and McCoys," said he was blown away by the epic feel of the six-hour miniseries that airs at 9 p.m. Memorial Day and continues on Tuesday and Wednesday nights as well.
Here are scenes from The History Channel's "Hatfields & McCoys" miniseries, which airs three nights starting on Memorial Day, May 28.
HUNTINGTON — As the vindictive Jim Vance in the upcoming History Channel's "Hatfields & McCoys" miniseries, actor Tom Berenger transforms into the villainous antagonist, who helps fuel the feud.
The premiere event for "HISTORY's HATFIELDS & McCOYS" is conducted on Thursday, May 24, 2012, at the Keith-Albee Performing Arts Center in Huntington.
NASHVILLE — Academy Award-winning Kevin Costner has kicked off a power-packed week of appearances on network television.
In 10 years of trying to break into the acting business in Los Angeles, 1997 Huntington St. Joseph High School graduate Jonathan Fredrick's never been able to use the "I'm from West Virginia" card -- until now.
The feud between the Hatfields of West Virginia and the McCoys of Kentucky had its roots in the Civil War and continued through 1981.
The Hatfield-McCoy feud ran off and on for nearly 30 years. Here, against the backdrop of other events in American history, is a chronology of the feud’s main events, according to www.matewan.com.
The feuding Hatfield and McCoy families have gotten their share of attention through the years, but a fresh dose of publicity is coming this summer.