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A couple months back, word came out that The Wire creator would be heading back to HBO with a new project about the rise of the porn industry. The series, entitled The Deuce would take a look into the early 70s and 80s porn industry in New York City, and now, it has signed on two big names as it nears production.
However, despite that splashy launch, HBO is admitting that HBO Now has not been the quick success the company hoped it would be. In fact, HBO Now really isn’t making money for the company at this point. Here's what happened.
The trailer you are about to watch may initially confuse you, as there are occasionally people smiling and having a swell time, and there is a general feeling of mirth and goodwill. But this is definitely a preview for Season 2 of HBO’s downer-than-the-downest-down drama The Leftovers, and that becomes more apparent as it goes on.
Game of Thrones is filled with characters of royal standings, so it only seems right that there should be some actual regal blood somewhere in the cast, right? Well it looks like that other throne devotee Prince Harry of Wales was reportedly offered a role.
HBO and some of the cast members have been optimistic about the series finale. Now we’ve learned an exciting new tidbit about Season 2, Episode 8: It’s going to be really, really long.
Game of Thrones is a series with a parade of different characters for which they need many, many actors. However, in addition to being a series which continually introduces new characters the HBO series also has a constant need to recast old ones.
Recently, we learned David Fincher’s HBO comedy shut down production, and today we've discovered the same thing has happened to the subscription cable channel’s upcoming miniseries Lewis and Clark.
Former HBO star Ian McShane is heading back to the network, joining the Game of Thrones cast. The Emmy-winning British actor will join the fantasy hit series for a minor yet important role during Season 6 of the series.
HBO currently has more than two times as many comedies as it does dramas. And if the Internet’s current level of anti-praise for Season 2 of True Detective was any indication, it would have been gone already. So is a Season 3 still possible?
A quick search for True Detective-related opinion pieces may have you thinking that the majority of the show’s large viewership is just watching Season 2 in a masochistic attempt to test all limits. But not everybody is so adamantly against it.
One of the characters who was cruel toward women before he faced an untimely end himself was Joffrey Baratheon, and now the actor who plays him, Jack Gleeson, is speaking out about why he thinks the brutal scenes are necessary on HBO’s Game of Thrones.
We’ve fought through five seasons of watching your favorite characters die, on Game of Thrones with season six on the way. Odds are, at some point, you’ve shouted at your television “When will it all end?” Well, we may actually have the answer to that.
In the years since he left Saturday Night Live, Will Ferrell has dedicated the majority of his time to projects on the big screen, but he hasn’t left TV behind completely. He'll next be seen on HBO's Ferrell Takes the Field, in which he, well, takes the field.
Game of Thrones is a series for which fans love to keep the conversations going in between seasons, and the Season 5 finale gave audiences one of the show’s biggest talking points yet. And now, it looks like HBO may have just inadvertently let people in on the secret.
There are generally two camps of Game of Thrones viewers: those who have read the books and are vocal about it, and those who haven’t read the books and are equally vocal about it. And it sounds like most of the actors purposefully don't fit into the former group.