Still haven't watched this, but it's on the DVR.
"Hatfields & McCoys" is a spectacular miniseries. If there's a fault it's that it's a bit overlong and repetitive in stretches and there are times when it's difficult to sort out the tertiary players who, though not front-and-center throughout the series, still shape the dynamics as much, if not sometimes more so, than the primary cast. But those minor complaints aside, this is riveting, remarkably well-made historical entertainment. The acting is superb, the cinematography wondrous, the direction steady, and the story absolutely captivating. This is the miniseries as polished and enthralling as ever, up there with the best of its kind, including "Roots," "Lonesome Dove," "Band of Brothers," and "The Stand." Sony's Blu-ray release of "Hatfields & McCoys" features dazzling video and audio. Sadly, the extras are rather slim. Nevertheless, this is one of the year's better Blu-ray releases and is a must-own. Highly recommended.