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Lonesome Dove is an American epic Western adventure television miniseries directed by Simon Wincer . It is a four-part adaptation of the 1985 novel of the same name by Larry McMurtry and is the first installment in the Lonesome Dove franchise . The series stars Robert Duvall and Tommy Lee Jones . The series was originally broadcast by CBS over four nights in February 1989, drawing a huge viewing audience, earning numerous awards, and reviving both the television western and the miniseries.
An estimated 26 million homes tuned in to watch Lonesome Dove , unusually high numbers for a Western at that time. The western genre was considered dead by most people, as was the miniseries. By the show's end, it had earned huge ratings and virtually revamped the entire 1989–1990 television season. A favorite with audiences, as well as critics, Lonesome Dove garnered many honors and awards. At the 1989 Emmy Awards , the miniseries had 18 nominations and seven wins, including one for director Simon Wincer . Lonesome Dove also won two Golden Globes , for Best Miniseries and Best Actor in a Miniseries (Robert Duvall).
Captain Augustus "Gus" McCrae ( Robert Duvall ) and Captain Woodrow F. Call ( Tommy Lee Jones ), two famous former Texas Rangers , run a livery in the small dusty Texas border town of Lonesome Dove. Gus loves women, but he's twice a widower, and Call is somewhat of a workaholic. Working with them are Joshua Deets ( Danny Glover ), a black tracker and scout from their Ranger days, Pea Eye Parker ( Tim Scott ), another former Ranger who works hard but isn't very bright, and Bolívar (León Singer), a retired Mexican bandit who is their cook. Also living with them is Newt Dobbs ( Ricky Schroder ), a 17-year-old whose mother was a prostitute named Maggie and whose father may be Call.Tags: lonesome, town,