Games of Thrones might have officially came to an end nearly a year ago, but that hasn’t stopped fans and spectators from talking about the show. In fact, the show might be more talked about now than when it was originally on the air. There is simply no getting around the fact that the show created some of the most iconic and prolific characters that the world will ever know and remember. The only problem is that these characters have never gambled. Sure, you see them in the bars engaged in drinking and women, but where are the gambling scenes? There simply aren’t any, but what if there were? Which characters would be at the top of their games, and which characters would be left with nothing?
May 19, 2019 marked the season finale of HBO’s hit series Game Of Thrones. As the sixth episode of season 8, Game Of Thrones fans could only surmise what dreadful, or perhaps joyous, surprises awaited them. Depends on how you look at it. Spoilers ahead . . .
A rash of cop killings; a band of people in makeshift Rorschach masks; police wearing blank yellow face masks (no happy faces here!)!
Damon Lindelof’s Watchmen premieres on HBO this fall. The first trailer is most intriguing.
HBO is ramping up the excitement (and the dread) for the final season of Game of Thrones with three new teasers.
The first two repackage footage for the season’s first trailer – with additional, illuminating dialogue.
The last suggests that no matter who wins, there won’t be a lot of celebrate (are we surprised? No!).
Game of Thrones: Season 8 premieres on Sunday, April 14th.
It’s finally here.
There are no words.
Deadwood: The Movie premieres on HBO on May 31st.
I think I’m the only person in the world who did not get the hype for HBO’s True Detective. I tried to watch the first season but it never clicked. It had amazing acting, but I found the pacing made it a slog to get through and most importantly its story telling gimmick of multiple time jumps confusing and simply broke the narrative flow. Those same issues have returned for Season 3.
Fire and ice. The final season of Game of Thrones begins this April. Check out the very impressionistic teaser below.
‘When you play the game of thrones, you win or you die,’ – Cersi.
HBO has announced that the final season of Game of Thrones will premiere in April, 2019.
In support of that launch, the network has released a teaser trailer that looks at key moments in the lives of its characters – decisions that have lead them to the final season.
The madness continues with season two of the Duplass Brothers’ anthology series Room 104.
The new trailer includes clips that suggest visiting all the genres – set to the classic Sparks tune, This Town Ain’t Big Enough (For the Both Us).
HBO’s Room 104 returns on Friday, November 9th (11:30/10:30C).
In Season 2 of Mark and Jay Duplass’ Room 104, once again, we watch different stories of the assorted characters who pass through it in each episode, ranging from comedy to drama to horror.
Some of the guest stars for season 2 include Mahershala Ali, Katie Aselton, Judy Greer, Brian Tyree Henry, Tom Lenk, Natalie Morales, Michael Shannon, Rainn Wilson, Mary Wiseman and Charlyne Yi.
Season 2 of HBO’s Room 104 returns with a two-episode premiere on Friday, November 9th (11/10C).
Cindy Valdez’s boyfriend sold drugs. She did not – nor did she buy them – but because they were living together, she was sentenced to fifteen years in prison, unable to watch her three daughters grow up.
Her brother Rudy began filming all the moments she couldn’t see in person and the result is a film that calls into question not only her sentence, but those of many others whose only connection to crime was being the girlfriend.
The Sentence will premiere on HBO on October 15th following an Oscar® qualifying theatrical run beginning October 12th.