Deadwood had an inevitable conclusion, as it was mostly based on events that had already been written into history books. Unless there was a swerve planned in which Timothy Olyphant would be revealed to have been a cyborg the entire time, it would’ve ended with the town dealing with the further ramifications of being annexed into the Dakota Territory, and the fire (and, possibly, the later flood) that ended up destroying a lot of it.
Time will go on and their ups and downs will continue, but the closure of season three of Deadwood is as clean an ending as the characters would have gotten.
Once a proud possession this rusting car sits amongst the weeds on an abandoned North Dakota farmstead. For farmers living many miles from the nearest city, trade-ins were not an option.
Cars, trucks and tractors were run, used, repaired and repaired some more until they no longer worked. With ample space, these vehicles were often pushed to a corner of the property out of the way but never out of sight or mind.
the dapper Westerner during his ranching days in the Dakota
Territories, Theodore Roosevelt wears his buckskin hunting outfit,
complete with his favorite 1876 Winchester and his fancy table