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This three-part historical drama is a fictionalization of the legendary feud between two Appalachian families in 19th century Kentucky and West Virginia. The series stars Kevin Costner and Bill Paxton as the patriarchs of the violently belligerent clans. It aired on the History cable network in 2012, where it was the first original scripted production from the network that had specialized in unscripted reality series.

Hatfields & McCoys is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (3 episodes). The series first aired on May 28, 2012.

Where do I stream Hatfields & McCoys online? Hatfields & McCoys is available for streaming on History, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Hatfields & McCoys on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Vudu, Starz, The Roku Channel, Google Play, iTunes online.

1 Season, 3 Episodes
May 28, 2012
Action & Adventure, Drama, Mini-Series
Cast: Kevin Costner, Bill Paxton
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Hatfields & McCoys Full Episode Guide

  • The Hatfields look for revenge after one of their own is murdered by a McCoy. Soon friends and neighbors participate in the fighting and West Virginia and Kentucky are brought to the brink of civil war.

  • A McCoy is murdered by a Hatfield and a forbidden love affair begins at the start of the legendary Hatfield-McCoy family feud, which nearly brought the states of Kentucky and West Virginia to civil war in the 1880s.

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'Hatfields & McCoys' Has Massive Finale Ratings for History

History had a big hit this week with "Hatfields & McCoys." In fact, the miniseries set cable ratings records with its huge viewership. Why was it such a bit hit? Get the numbers and watch the trailer here.

'Hatfields & McCoys' History Channel Debut Sets Cable Ratings Record

Welcome to a new arena, History Channel. Monday night's "Hatfields & McCoys" premiere came very well-hyped. It didn't let anybody down. The three-part miniseries starring Kevin Costner and Bill Paxton made cable history with gigantic ratings last night.