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During the Game of Thrones panel at this year’s Comic-Con, a hilarious anecdote was told after moderator Chris Hardwick asked the cast if they ever had people yelling things at them, and it came complete with requisite rimshots of laughter after every other line.
When you’re the leader of the free the world you get to do a lot a lot of cool stuff. You get to meet all kinds of famous people from world leaders, to the Super Bowl Champions. You also get to corner TV directors and grill them about your favorite show. So what do you do when The President wants spoilers?
“Finally, The Rock has come back to H-B-O.” The first season of Ballers has only just started, but it’s been such a big hit for HBO that the cable giant is ready to commit to a second season already.
As TV viewers can no longer simply be considered couch potatoes with a remote control in their hands, the job gets tougher for show promoters to get their projects seen by potential fans.Goodbye, YouTube. Hello, Facebook.
While we’ve known for a long time that Game of Thrones Season 5 crushed on HBO, we haven’t known exactly how well it was doing in terms of total viewership. Today, reports indicate that Game of Thrones has averaged a ton of viewers during Season 5. Details here.
HBO's new sports comedy special 7 Days in Hell could very well be the greatest thing that Kit Harington and Andy Samberg have ever been a part of, and it will hopefully spawn a neverending supply of similar specials.
In just two episodes, Season 2 of True Detective has done many things to distance itself from Season 1. One of those ways seemingly came with last week’s “Night Finds You,” and Episode 3 added more to the story. Spoilers abound.
A few weeks ago, Harington stated that his character is most definitely dead and will not be returning to Game of Thrones during Season 6. Words from the producers echoed the very same sentiment; then again, if Jon Snow were to come back in a shocking twist, they’d be unlikely to admit to that, either.
Game of Thrones’ fifth season not only caught up with the source material from the original novels, but in some instances, it has deviated from it radically. Thus, Season 6 could very well be a plunge into the unknown for all fans. It’s a scenario that one of the newly-announced Season 6 directors compares to the mystery of the late Lost.
The Game of Thrones Season 5 finale aired on HBO just a short time ago, leaving viewers with a huge cliffhanger related to none other than Jon Snow. Speculation has been rampant, but now a fellow cast member has spoken out.
There’s a lot of interest surrounding HBO’s Game of Thrones. This week, we’ve learned about a number of new characters who will appear in the upcoming season of Game of Thrones.
While many people would probably choose not to believe it, Game of Thrones Season 5 is no more, with last week’s finale bringing in monster ratings to HBO. Could the timeslot follow-up, the Season 2 premiere of True Detective, maintain the commanding viewership?
Riding the white-hot stardom of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, HBO's Ballers also raised the collective People’s Eyebrow when its football-centric focus noticeably displayed some seemingly copyright-encased NFL logos. However, it seems that for the show’s purposes, it’s all legal.
Following the tragic shootings in South Carolina earlier this week, the Last Week Tonight host acknowledged the sad occasion, then decided to discuss the Confederate flags that were left at full staff after the shootings occurred.
There’s something in the eyes of most professional wrestlers. It’s a battle-hardened and aggressive tint that quietly nods to late night parties, early morning back pain and years on the grind. It’s the one battle scar no one can cover up, except, for some reason, Dwayne The Rock Johnson doesn’t have those eyes.