When we last saw Arya Stark in the Season 4 finale of Game of Thrones, she was on a ship headed towards Braavos in her typical rugged and practical get up. That outfit is about to change with Arya's new Season 5 look.
Sarah Silverman might be headed back to television, and to add a little icing to the cake, she’s worked out a deal with premium cable channel HBO. The move comes a year after HBO passed on another project called People in New Jersey, which would have starred herself and Topher Grace.
Everything about television has changed in the last decade, from the size of the screen to the plethora of new avenues for original programming. Well, it turns out the way ratings are accumulated may be changing too, now that trendsetter HBO is flipping things around.
There are a ton of impressive TV projects in development out there, but few have my eyes (and ears) perked as much as Cameron Crowe’s upcoming HBO comedy, which sounds like it could be a spiritual successor to Almost Famous.
Amazon Fire TV has worked to become an awesome set-top box, but one giant piece was missing until today. This morning, HBO Go was finally made available on Amazon Fire TV, and the subscription streaming service also notes that a deal has been worked out so that Fire TV Stick owners will get the service. More details after the jump.
True Detective Season 2 is currently in production, but that doesn’t mean the casting process is said and done. In fact, the dark and gritty anthology series has added what is quite possibly its most surprising cast member yet.
HBO plans to present a streaming service standalone option that would be available sometime in 2015, and this week HBO announced that the service will be available for purchase much sooner than expected.
After some photos leaked from the Game of Thrones Season 5 set featuring new characters The Sand Snakes in some ridiculous armor with nipples, the costumes definitely became a talking point. Today, we learned that the nipples were definitely not part of the show’s original plan.
Season 2 isn’t expected to begin airing until the summer of 2015, so it could be some time before the entire new season totally comes together. The show is currently figuring out where it will go during the next set of episodes, and HBO’s drama recently decided to make some big changes for Season 2.
Casting news for the second season of HBO’s True Detective has been almost as much of a guessing game as anything steeped in reality. Luckily, the leads have all been made official now, but there are still roles to be filled. But not this one anymore.
If you’ve been keeping tabs on Steve McQueen following 12 Years a Slave, you should know that the director has signed on with HBO to produce a pilot called Codes of Conduct. This week, the potential drama cast a few more big names.
HBO gets a lot of top-notch directors, actors, writers, producers and showrunners interested in creating TV for the subscription cable channel, but today the company made an announcement that exceeds all kinds of expectations. Here's the latest series the network has signed on for.
In many ways, Game of Thrones has been a great gig for the actors on the series, considerably rising the profiles of the lead cast and keeping them in the news throughout the year. However, for Game of Thrones lead Kit Harington, who plays Jon Snow on the series, the job definitely has its downsides.
HBO is becoming a key channel for original programming, which includes hit shows like Game of Thrones and Girls, but also original documentaries. The subscription cable channel recently signed on for a Scientology documentary following the rise of L. Ron Hubbard’s belief system and its popularity in Hollywood. It’s based on the controversial book written by Lawrence Wright called Going Clear.
If you’re desperate to get a grasp on what may or may not be happening on Season 5 of HBO’s Game of Thrones, you’re not alone. The epic fantasy series has a fanbase as rabid as any out there, and this is precisely the crowd that HBO is looking to sway with their strange new marketing gimmick.