Visit New York City as it was in the 1800s. Check out nine ways to experience the 19th century New York today.
"Sluice your gob." Love those "sit-upons." Meet my "rib." Make the old new with 19th century slang that should make a comeback today.
From his MTV days as Jimmy the Cab Driver to his role as U.S. Marshal Lee Toric on Sons of Anarchy, Gothamist takes a look back at the career of "that guy," Donal Logue.
There's another newcomer in Five Points... Give a big Copper-style welcome to William "Wild Bill" Eustace, played by William Baldwin!
New York, 1865. On the brink of Lincoln’s assassination, political shifts are reshaping the country and in Five Points, immigrants are vying for power, control and a piece of the American dream.
Contrary to recent reports, Ato Essandoh is very much alive and is getting back into the Five Points groove, catching all the Copper action behind the scenes.
Grab your brass knuckles, lace up your corsets, and throw out that stale fruitcake. Copper is back in action!
Copperheads, your prayers have been answered. We're thrilled to announce that Copper is returning in 2013 for an all-new season! Get the season two deets now.
If you missed last night's Copper, you missed the most shocking episode of the series so far. Bummer. But hey, we wouldn't leave our Copperheads hanging! Here's the definitive list of where to catch 'The Empty Locket.'
Ratings from Labor Day weekend are in, and BBC America’s Doctor Who and new original drama Copper scored huge.