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Matthew McConaughey And Woody Harrelson Are Armed, Badged And Serious In New True Detective Poster
We’re coming up on the one-month mark in the countdown to the premiere of Nic Pizzolatto’s HBO series True Detective. HBO released a new poster, which shows stars Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson armed and badged in black and white. As if their facial expressions aren’t enough of an indication that this show means business, the two men are set behind the words “Touch darkness and darkness touches you back.”
HBO To Reboot Real Sex With SEX // NOW, Airing In January
Once upon a time, back in the early 90s before the internet was a lot more accessible to the average person, if you wanted to get an inside peek into the varying sexual interests, curiosities, practices and fetishes of people all across the world, all you needed was a subscription to HBO.
HBO In Memoriam For A Boardwalk Empire Fan Favorite
"Two clichés make us laugh. A hundred clichés move us. For we sense dimly that the clichés are talking among themselves, and celebrating a reunion." At the end of "Farewell Daddy Blues," the fourth season finale of HBO's Boardwalk Empire, Umberto Eco's famous quote came to mind. The way that the drama chose to write off one of its more popular characters was fitting and emotional, and yet exactly the kind of interplay of clichés the great Italian writer is talking about.
Boardwalk Empire Watch: Season 4 Finale - Farewell Daddy Blues
HBO brought out the big guns for the fantastic and fateful finale of Boardwalk Empire with "Farewell Daddy Blues" directed by Tim Van Patten and written by series creator Terrence Winter. And with last night's episode being the last of the sensational fourth season, of course things were going to pop off while the series firmly stuck the landing. A sad, sad landing.
Girls Season 3 Trailer Teases Drama, Humor And Character Growth
Accountability. If I’m speaking as the wise, old thirty-something Girls viewer after just watching the trailer for the third season of Lena Dunham’s HBO dramedy, I’d say that’s something that’s been a little absent among the characters in this series thus far. I suppose accountability is something that develops in time, or it should, as young twenty-somethings trudge through adulthood trying to accept the parts of their lives that aren’t happening as planned, and plan for the parts that hopefully will with time and effort.
Stephen Sondheim Documentary To Air On HBO Next Month
The latest HBO documentary is a picture about the life and times of Stephen Sondheim, one of Broadways most creative composers who has had a career in showbiz for the past six decades. The new documentary presentation is called Six By Sondheim.
Boardwalk Empire Watch: Season 4, Episode 11 - Havre De Grace
That's got to be it for the slow burn for the fourth season of Boardwalk Empire as "Havre de Grace" brought almost every conflict to a head just in time for the finale. Well, not every storyline was pushed to the edge during the penultimate episode since most of the threads outside Atlantic City were already set up for a big, and most likely bloody finishes last week or even the one before. A slow burn with a lot of wicks to watch.
Game Of Thrones Season 3 Blu-ray And DVD Getting A Ton Of Extras
This week, HBO announced that Game of Thrones: The Complete Third Season will be be hitting the market just after Valentine’s Day, and pre-ordering this puppy for that holiday just might be the greatest gift you could ever give. Alright, that’s probably an overstatement, but the set looks extremely cool, and you can hold the Blu-ray or DVD in your own hands on February 18, 2014.
John Oliver Leaving The Daily Show To Host His Own HBO Series
Comedian John Oliver has spent a lot of time with The Daily Show. He’s been a correspondent since 2006, but now the Emmy award-winner is moving on to a brand new project. Unlike Stephen Colbert, who stuck with Comedy Central after leaving The Daily Show, Oliver will be hopping over to the subscription cable network HBO. He’s signed a deal to star in his own topical series that will air on the network in 2014.
Hello Ladies Season Finale Preview: The Drive
Stephen Merchant’s HBO comedy Hello Ladies’ first season is only eight episodes, which unfortunately means that this Sunday marks the series’ first season finale. We can only hope that HBO will see fit to bring this series back for a second season. In the meantime, let’s look at the preview for next Sunday’s “The Drive.”
HBO's 'Looking' Gets A Teaser Trailer, And No It's Not Just A Gay 'Girls'
HBO’s latest series, Looking, has sprung forth its initial promotional materials onto the Internet, and well: get ready for a bunch of comparisons to Sex and the City and Girls because most of the Internet is wildly unoriginal. The sexually focused new comedy about three gay friends finding love in a modern-day San Francisco is another instance of the network (since we all know it’s not TV, it’s better because it's HBO) heralding the cause for breaking new ground in frank and sometimes outrageous depictions of life and love for the modern single young(ish) person.
Boardwalk Empire Watch: Season 4, Episode 10 - White Horse Pike
After last night's illuminating trip down the "White Horse Pike," only two episodes remain in the terrific season of Boardwalk Empire. The two previous installments were more focused than usual, with the period drama concentrating on fewer threads and characters each week in order to position all the storylines for the end of Season 4. To say the action is heating up on the Boardwalk would be an understatement.
Treme's Final Season Trailer is Here and We're Excited
"We love this city but it needs to love us back." These chilling words beat through the overcoming soul of New Orleans, one of the most magical and entrancing places in America. Never before was it captured as well as in the HBO series Treme. And in the trailer released today for its fourth and final season, the world is a different place. It’s a mix of darkness and beauty on display, coupled with the honest-to-goodness hardships and realities of life in its post-Katrina world.
Boardwalk Empire Watch: Season 4, Episode 9 - Marriage And Hunting
The fourth season of Boardwalk Empire has been fantastic. The same way each additional year of The Wire was retroactively identified by their respective setting or conflict, Season 4 of HBO's new illegal drug drama will be known for bringing Harlem into the battle. And the show as a result, as I said, has been both narratively compelling and thematically rich. Time for some "Marriage and Hunting." A combo as old as PB&J.
New True Detective Trailer Is Creepier Than The Last One
Since HBO released the premiere date for its new drama series True Detective last month, the network has begun advertising for its high-profile series in earnest. This week, the network released the second trailer for the drama, which follows two detectives looking for a seriously twisted serial killer.
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