It’s becoming a little darker in sunny California as True Detective returns to HBO for its second season. Despite a series of leaked photos, fans have patiently awaited for the arrival of the next installment’s first official look.
If you’re one of the many who nearly swallowed their tongue at the end of HBO miniseries The Jinx‘s final episode Sunday night, you weren’t alone. Just as the final scene faded, we hear elusive accused criminal Robert Durst mutter to himself while, presumably, thinking his mic is off.
“What did I do? I killed them all, of course,” he mumbled — a whispered line that echoed across the Internet for the next 48 hours.
One of the most brilliant innovations in the satirical cable TV news empire is the hilarious but comprehensive long-form reporting of John Oliver on HBO’s Last Week Tonight. Each and every week, Oliver guides the average viewer through a complicated national issue ranging from for-profit universities to the tobacco industry, and this week he explained the ongoing fight for rights among the 4 million people living in U.S. territories. More
After being on hiatus for what felt like an eternity, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver returned to HBO with its brilliant commentary intact. Last night, Oliver made one thing clear: we’ve all been too rough on RadioShack. More
Earlier this week, NBC released promos for this weekend’s Saturday Night Live, hosted by J.K. Simmons. Film and television aficionados are no doubt pleased that Simmons has risen to prominence after two decades of character actor work, winning numerous awards for his role as abusive conductor Terrence Fletcher. But many others simply know Simmons as “that guy,” the man who has been showing up in small but memorable roles for years, but never in the types of career-making lead performances that make him a household name. More
If Game of Thrones is good at anything, it’s killing off characters and keeping fans on their toes. More
It may surprise you, but “Game of Thrones” author George RR Martin is a huge NFL fan. He’s an unabashed New York Giants backer, and roots for the Baltimore Ravens for their literary namesake, Edgar Allen Poe. But he’s not a fan of the Dallas Cowboys, and he hates the Patriots, especially Bill Belichick, who he calls “Evil Little Bill.” More
“Game of Thrones” is one of the most popular shows on television. But is it popular enough to charge fans money to see a trailer? More
HBO’s “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” is still on hiatus until 2015, but the host has returned in a web exclusive to help articulate what many of us have long realized: New Year’s Eve is the worst holiday of the year. More
When “Game of Thrones” producers put out an audition notice seeking 600 extras for a climactic battle scene to be filmed in Spain, they expected a big response. But even they couldn’t have counted on over 86,000 people applying.