It’s not exactly surprising news to hear that HBO’s Game of Thrones plans to kill off characters in the newest season. It’s a frequent event that we’ve become fairly used to over the seasons, and the show does not hold back in quickly chopping off heads, or murdering an entire wedding party. But, apparently this season might actually amp up the shock value
HBO is planning accordingly for its future, and the premium network has decided to end the run of one of the more subdued dramatic comedies it’s ever aired, but not right away. Three cheers for more Getting On!
For the better part of this millennium, Walton Goggins has gifted TV viewers’ lives with his excellent acting chops, going from a corrupt cop in The Shield to a soulful criminal in Justified. We’ll soon be getting a better look at his comedic side, as Goggins has joined Danny McBride’s new HBO series.
This spring isn’t just about bringing showers and flowers and shit. It’s about laughter, and algorithms, and men learning how to be men. It’s about Season 2 of HBO’s excellent tech satire Silicon Valley, which dropped its messy first promo.
Sarah Jessica Parker, the actress who embodied the beloved dating and sex columnist Carrie Bradshaw in the highly-successful HBO comedy series Sex and the City, may be making a return to her former network HBO. While neither a sequel nor prequel (which is nice for a change), Parker's new potential show doesn't sound too far off from the world she once inhabited in SATC.
The Westeros world is abuzz with news that the UK book retailer, Waterstones, released three pages of George R.R. Martin's original Game of Thrones outline to the public at large. And within the pages, there are plenty of interesting ideas that author George R.R. Martin initially had about his series
Interestingly , Martin revealed that there are 5 characters who are such key players that the books were initially designed around their survival.
As many would argue, there are few things that one could do to make Game of Thrones a better series. But that doesn’t mean one’s experience watching the show cannot be topped in some way, and the recent teaming between Warner Bros., HBO and IMAX is definite proof of that.
But when it rains, it pours, and this weekend HBO’s fantasy drama has poured out a slew of new stills for us to feast our eyes on, including Daenerys’ newest costume, which is thinner, sultrier and softer than the looks we have been used to seeing on her. There are plenty of images after the jump.
With some of the best programming on TV right now (and just about every year), HBO will always grab eyes and headlines when they announce a new project, and their latest one will have Casey Affleck ushering in a new era of this country.
If you’ve been keeping tabs on Game Of Thrones recently, you should know that HBO is having a special event this weekend in certain IMAX theaters, airing two episodes from Season 4 along with a brand new trailer for Game Of Thrones Season 5. This morning the trailer has leaked.
Going into its fifth season, it’s easy to see that Game of Thrones has been a huge win for HBO. But back when David Benioff and Dan Weiss were still coming up with the pitch for the fantasy drama, they found themselves up against an unexpected obstacle: Benioff’s wife, Amanda Peet.
HBO’s standalone streaming service has been coming together for several months now. With the service planning to launch this coming April, it’s no surprise that enterprising surveyors are already asking current TV subscribers for their input on the new streaming service.
While network television is still competing for as many eyeballs as possible, some of the cable networks are trying to resonate with viewers in other ways. Recently, a research department compiled a study of the Top 10 lists from critics and determined there are three networks that stand out on “best of” lists.
You’ve seen him put on funky glasses and fake teeth in order to make the world safe. You’ve seen him wear a trucker hat and rock out to groovy tunes. You’ve heard him talk about being an ogre opposite Cameron Diaz. And now, you might soon see Mike Myers doing some wild and crazy shit all over HBO.