It seems like only yesterday when HBO decided to ruin my life by cancelling both the hilarious Hello Ladies and Family Tree, but it happened all the way back in January. While the latter series has long told its last tale, the Stephen Merchant-created comedy is coming back to HBO for one big final hurrah.
TV buzz doesn’t get much bigger than it does for HBO’s True Detective, and the trek towards Season 2 is thankfully in full swing. The anthology drama just added four new cast members to join the four actors that were previously confirmed.
There’s good news for Game of Thrones fans on the horizon today. On Thursday, the cast of HBO’s hit show finished playing a game of contracts with the hit subscription cable service, working out deals with plenty of major and minor cast members. We've got the details.
HBO’s Game of Thrones is based on George R.R. Martin’s famous Song of Ice and Fire series and often follows the same trajectory as Martin’s tomes. However, the show has occasionally deviated from the events in the books. As can be expected, Season 5 will be no different, but this week it was revealed that one character's onscreen trajectory will be significantly different.
For months, numerous names were tossed out related to next season's True Detective cast. In September, Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn were officially confirmed for Season 2 of HBO’s acclaimed series and today, Taylor Kitsch also says he will play a lead in True Detective Season 2.
If you haven’t caught Boardwalk Empire’s series finale, we highly suggest you don't read this article. There are spoilers from the finale starting in the next paragraph. Everyone still here? Alright, here we go.
Like so many of its characters, Boardwalk Empire is now deceased. "Eldorado," the eighth and final episode of the shortened final season, marks the end of the bootlegging drama's spectacular five year run with a satisfying emotional punch, a few surprises. Oh, and deaths.
As morbid as it is to call a death 'great,' or rank them, for that matter, Boardwalk Empire saw so many characters meet their end during its run that showing some appreciation for the often exquisite ways the now deceased HBO's bootlegging drama did away with its characters is only fitting. Here's our list of the 35 greatest.
While the Spawn comic book is still going strong, it’s been awhile since the Image Comics antihero has been seen in other media. Well, if the concept art that creator Todd McFarlane posted is any indication, a Spawn animated project will be heading our way soon.
Boardwalk Empire wouldn’t be the same show without constant death and destruction, as old empires crumble and new ones are reformed from the entrails. As a nod to the end of a great series, we’ve put together a list of the 10 most vicious killers the writers ever had the courage to muster, as well as the scenes that will forever commit their wrongdoings to our memories. These characters definitely won’t be forgotten anytime soon.
On a lot of shows, getting feedback from the showrunner is probably a good thing, as it can help an actor to develop his or her character more completely. However, on Boardwalk Empire, getting a call from showrunner Terence Winter became notorious for something quite different.
In a matter of weeks, Valerie Cherish returns! HBO has been teasing us of the Comeback comeback for a while now, and this week, we finally have an actual trailer, which fills in a few more blanks about what this limited series will be about. Check it out!
With only eight episodes in the fifth and final season of HBO's Boardwalk Empire, the second-to-last sure snuck up on us. "The Golden Days For Boys And Girls" felt like only yesterday but, now that the events of "Friendless Child" have also past, there's only one week left. The penultimate episode added a few more bodies to the pile, bridging the big losses and bloody showdowns of last week with those sure to occur in the finale.
Unlike some TV shows that burn through a good story and fizzle out, HBO’s The Wire could have lasted a dozen more seasons, with Ed Burns and David Simon’s all-encompassing storytelling malleable enough to adjust to almost any kind of plot direction. But it turns out HBO wasn’t all about hearing every single story the two show creators had to tell.
According to his Sopranos co-star Drea de Matteo, James Gandolfini was a fierce champion for those he cared about, and he really cared about everyone he worked with on HBO’s hit show. He cared about them so much, he took money from his own pocket to help his co-workers when they were screwed out of some money by the subscription cable network.