Today, the show has put together a couple of brand new clips, tying in the series with “The Sight,” a special ability that some are born with in the Game of Thrones universe. The first clip gives us a good look at Brienne of Tarth, looking even more badass than usual.
HBO is not as deeply embedded in the miniseries game as the subscription cable network is with original series and documentaries. However, the channel has earned acclaim with many of its original miniseries, and now Marisa Tomei may star in a mini, as well.
We still have more than a month before HBO’s Game of Thrones returns to the schedule for Season 5. Luckily, HBO Home Entertainment has tided us over with Game of Thrones: The Complete Fourth Season Blu-ray set, and now there's an amusing blooper reel available for our perusal.
It must be weird to be Joffrey. In his time on the series, he threatened women, killed a prostitute, and did plenty of other despicable things. Regardless, none of those aforementioned scenes are the most awkward Gleason says he had to shoot while playing Joffrey.
True Detective is coming off of a tightly written and critically acclaimed first season. It makes sense that HBO would want True Detective Season 2. Here's everything the world knows about the follow-up...
We learned a few months ago that the series has cut Bran, Hodor and the rest of that crew from Season 5. Regardless, Isaac Hempstead-Wright, who plays Bran in the hit series, is actually pleased he has been cut from the latest season of Game of Thrones.
In just under two months, Game of Thrones returns for another sure to be thrilling season filled with unforgettable moments. The Season 5 trailer hints at some of the spectacular events that audiences should expect from HBO's fantasy this year and, as usual, there are going to be a lot of dead bodies. Here are 10 moments that are going to be epic...
If anyone out there was outwardly hoping that former Daily Show correspondent and guest host John Oliver would head back to Comedy Central to take over when Jon Stewart leaves, we have bad news for you, although it’s still technically good news if you’re a fan of Oliver in the first place.
Game of Thrones is about to head into brand new territory—at least where death is concerned.
While this past Sunday night had the entire country abuzz over Kanye’s Grammy antics and The Walking Dead’s intense midseason premiere, things were far, far more quiet for HBO, where Girls, Togetherness and Looking put up positively dismal numbers.
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.