The author and creator of Game of Thrones, George R.R. Martin, announced that he was unable to publish his highly anticipated next book in the series titled The Winds of Winter. Expected to be released before Season 6 premieres on HBO in April, Martin wrote a plea for understanding, and explained that HBO and his… More »
Is he alive or dead or a zombie or a Whitewalker or what. More »
Is this … the long-awaited sequel to “Sex and the City” or is it just … yeah, what is this, please, someone explain. More »
As we’re all getting used to Trevor Noah’s hosting style on “The Daily Show,” here’s a big bite of good news about the upcoming elections: Jon Stewart has signed a four-year contract with HBO that’ll include Stewart producing short-form digital content for HBO Now and HBO GO. Oh sweet Jesus, yes!
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I discovered this morning that my coworkers don’t know what “Westworld” is, which is the actual definition of a tragedy. Look it up! This came up because Deadline released a weird casting call for the HBO “Westworld” series based on the original 1973 James Brolin-Yul Brynner film. Here’s the text from the casting… More »
Sonia Manzano is more than just Maria. More »
If you want to get to “Sesame Street” without paying for HBO, you’ll have to wait nine months. More »
Are you confused by Game of Thrones? We’re here to help! More »
Set your DVR. Tonight at 9 p.m., HBO will premiere “Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck,” a documentary about the Nirvana frontman produced by his daughter Frances Bean Cobain, and trust me, you do not want to miss it. I got a chance to see the film on Friday and have not stopped thinking about it… More »
In a cleverly timed bit of brand synergy that I can forgive because I am obviously stoned and thus incredibly chill, HBO announced today, on 4/20, that Vimeo’s popular web “High Maintenance” will be moving to HBO for a six-episode run.
The delightfully poignant stoner web series, which take a reflective look at the… More »
Hey college kids, want to be part of society’s intellectual decline? Then sign up for NIU’s new honors course “Game of Thrones, Television and Medieval History” that is based on the popular HBO show (not the books that the show is based on by George R.R. Martin).
I’m sure it’s a great course… More »
The ever-delightful Kate McKinnon took a break from her on-point Justin Bieber impressions on this weekend’s “Saturday Night Live,” to bring out an even more perfect impersonation: murderous real estate scion Robert Durst.
For a comedy variety show, McKinnon managed to make fake Bobby Durst even more terrifying than the real Durst, who… More »
If you’re anything like me, you are completely obsessed with any show, movie or documentary about creepy cults and religions. If you are in a cult right now, I’m so sorry, but you probably aren’t reading this anyway because the internet is mostly likely considered a tool of the devil and you’re spinning wool in… More »
New good TV show alert! Snoop Dogg announced at SXSW that he is working on a new series for HBO that will be about the effects of Reagan’s politics and economics on real American families in and around the early 1980s.
I’m personally very psyched about this, since I am in the midst… More »
This weekend saw Robert Durst’s arrest and the conclusion of HBO series “The Jinx,” in which he appears to confess to multiple murders. Just how was it that filmmakers managed to catch the disturbing evidence? Filmmaker Andrew Jarecki today told morning shows about the process: With lots of audio to sort through, the crew hired… More »
With only a little over two months to go until April 12th’s “Game of Thrones” fifth season premiere, details of what’s to come for Westeros have been scant until today. A trailer leaked online, after airing last night alongside select IMAX screenings of “Game of Thrones” season four episodes, and let’s just say that the… More »