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About this title


Notorious criminal Frank Griffin and his gang of outlaws are on a mission -- get revenge on Roy Goode, a former protege who betrayed the brotherhood. On the run, Roy seeks refuge in isolated mining town La Belle, N.M., where he lives with Alice Fletcher, a hardened widow and outcast. When word reaches La Belle, which is governed mainly by women, that Griffin is headed there, the residents of the town band together to defend against his murderous gang.

Country: United States

Type: Miniseries

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: November 22, 2017

Also Known As: Χωρίς Θεό, Знебожені |  See more »

Parents Guide: Brazil (16), Norway (16) |  See more »


Plot Keywords

wanted poster
mining accident

Company Credits

Production Co: Netflix


Austin Kane
as 15 Year Old Jim Goode
Joey Rocketshoes Dillon
as Posse Member
Randy Oglesby
as Asa Leopold
Jake Dashnaw
as Drunk Cowboy #1
Samantha Soule
as Charlotte Temple
Victoria L. Moya
as Victim
Kayleigh Maes
as 17 Year Old Girl
Jeremy Bobb
as A.T. Grigg
Christiane Seidel
as Martha
Joe Pingue
as Alonzo Bunker
Audrey Moore
as Sarah Doyle
Malcolm Gets
as J.B. Sloan
Michael Neal Powell
as Sloan Security
Thomas Magnuson
as Smallpox Boy
Courtney Cunningham
as Mae
Richard Beal
as Railroad Passenger
Trine Christensen
as Jacob's Wife
Keith Jardine
as Dyer Howe
Rachel Singer
as Betsy
Scoot McNairy
as Bill McNue
Chad Dashnaw
as Logan's Man
Loren Bienvenu
as Moses Saloon Piano Player
Joshua Satine
as Gustavson Son
Jack McGraw
as 10 Year Old Roy Goode
RaShayla Daniels
as Blackdom Resident
Sam Waterston
as Marshal John Cook
Tantoo Cardinal
as Iyovi
Justin Welborn
as Floyd Wilson
Whitney Able
as Anna McNue
Sarah Minnich
as Nicholas' Wife
Griffin Kane
as 15 Year Old Roy Goode
Brad Chavez
as Drunk Cowboy #2
Nathan Darrow
as Webster
Vic Browder
as Colonel Lowell
Russell Dennis Lewis
as Daryl Devlin
Jessica Sula
as Louise Hobbs
Russell G. Jones
as Hiram
Christopher Fitzgerald
as J.J. Valentine
Ali Agirnas
as Nicholas Gustavson
Julian Grey
as William McNue
Rob Morgan
as John Randall
Michael Horse
as Chief Narrienta
Isabel Madley
as Moses Saloon Girl
Tabatha Shaun
as Café Waitress
Duane Howard
as Shoshone Brave
Sophia Silver
as Saloon Sophia
Matthew Dennis Lewis
as Donnie Devlin
Elisa Perry
as June Hobbs
Ralph Alderman
as Ben Broome
Patrick Carlyle
as Dr. Elijah Graham
Lyle Sandoval
as Paiute Man
Tess Frazer
as Callie Dunne
Colin Miller
as Nathan the Telegraph Boy
Michael E. Stogner
as Olagrande Townsman
Luke Robertson
as Bill Chick
Michael Earl Reid
as Barney Mutz
Steve Larese
as Hotel Desk Clerk
Landall Goolsby
as Telegraph Operator
John C. Cooke
as Cook's Posse #1
Justin Lotz
as Victim
Shawn-Caulin Young
as Jacob Gustavson
Bill Colley
as Train Engineer
Marceline Hugot
as Lucy Cole
Barbie Robertson
as Julie Ann
Chris Bylsma
as Pastor Moore
Zack Duhame
as Creed Man Executioner
Thomas Brodie-Sangster
as Whitey Winn
Andy Kastelic
as Soldier
Mario Telles
as Elevator Mine Worker
Monique Marquez
as Townswoman
John Lawlor
as Elmer Knowland
J. Nathan Simmons
as Townsperson
Travis Hammer
as John Doe
Forrest Fyre
as Olagrande Mayor
Rio Alexander
as Bud Ledbetter
Marianna Gallegos
as LaBelle Woman
Emily Green
as Biscuit Woman
Gene Jones
as Elton Cunningham
Kayli Carter
as Sadie Rose
Matthew Menalo
as Daily Review Apprentice
David White
as Train Passenger/Villager
Monty Stuart
as Cook's Posse #2
Joleen Baughman
as Townswoman
Erik LaRay Harvey
as Elias
Matthew R. Williams
as Moses Bartender/Train Passenger
Brian Lee Franklin
as Amos Green
Merritt Wever
as Mary Agnes
Jack O'Connell
as Roy Goode
Nick Breeden
as Fireman
Charles Ash
as Church Townsperson
Adam David Thompson
as Gatz Brown
Douglas McGrath
as Edward Solomon
Billy 4 Johnston
as Boy
Michelle Dockery
as Alice Fletcher
Luce Rains
as Tramp
Gregory Paul Valdez
as Mine Worker
Jeff Daniels
as Frank Griffin
Mathew Greer
as Grandfather Damon
Phoebe Neidhardt
as Young Nun
Evan Bryn Graves
as Railroad Passenger/Townswoman
Kim Coates
as Ed Logan
Samuel Marty
as Truckee
Adam Taylor
as Olagrande Barkeep
Lela Rose Allen
as School Girl
Marie Wagenman
as Trudy McNue
Mia Stallard
as Lila
Donald Cerrone
as Gang Member
John Wylie
as Colonel Farnsworth
Christopher Hagen
as Olagrande Undertaker

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2017 | 7 Episodes




Awards & NominationsSee more »

IGN Summer Movie Awards 2017


IGN Summer Movie Awards

Best TV Drama Series

Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards 2018


Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards

Best Actor in a Movie Made for Television or Limited Series


Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards

Best Limited Series


Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards

Best Actor in a Movie Made for Television or Limited Series

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