HBO has been hinting at the return of prestige series Big Little Lies even though its single season was perfectly resolved and needs no further expansion. Now, it looks like those hints are materializing, as Reese Witherspoon has left another project, allegedly to begin filming yet more lies.
On Monday, actress and reality TV personality Ariane Bellamar took to Twitter to air groping allegations against actor Jeremy Piven. Bellamar claims Piven groped her breasts in his trailer while he was working on the HBO series Entourage (a show which, incidentally, revolved around a click of piggish Hollywood males).…
As part of her development deal with HBO, Issa Rae will executive produce a drama about a black family in Los Angeles, set in the ’90s.
Best of luck to Game of Thrones fans who will be forced to sit through what sounds like the most wooden and poorly-acted season of this cursed show about dragons and incest: due to leaks, hackers and Benioff and Weiss’s rock hard secrecy boner, the cast of Game of Thrones reportedly won’t even be receiving scripts for…
Very excited about this item: Deadline reported on Thursday that former Daily Show correspondent Jessica Williams is slated to write and executive produce a Showtime series with director Jim Strouse, whom she also works with on the Netflix comedy The Incredible Jessica James.
On Wednesday, The Morning Call reported that Game of Thrones producers plan to shoot multiple endings for season eight, the final season of the series, in an attempt to thwart all possible leaks.
Issa Rae is on a roll, obviously. Two days after the second season of her critically-acclaimed HBO show Insecure wrapped, the actress and showrunner announced she had landed a CoverGirl partnership, which includes an ad campaign.
Couples in real life don’t often get a shot at a relationship post-mortem. When they do, the conversation turns out awkward and resentful by design, though if you’re lucky it’s also reflective and full of perspective—it is, after all, a discussion about the end of a love that didn’t work—hence the title of Insecure’s…
Theeere he is, Mr. True Detective. Theeere he is, your ideal! The dream of a million men who are more than pretty can come true!
Jon Snow makes a fair number of dumb decisions. One of them: Not wearing a hat, or any sort of head covering, not even a nice fur-lined hood, when his entire family schtick is wandering around gloomily informing people that winter is both coming and also here. But it turns out this one’s not entirely his fault!
A hacker escalated its weeks-long attack on HBO’s computer network on Sunday, leaking several episodes of Curb Your Enthusiasm that weren’t due out until October. It has not, however, spilled any new episodes of Game of Thrones, just to get that out of the way up top.
Jon Stewart saw us crying and screaming about how much we miss him right now, so he’s returning with two comedy specials to shut us up.
David Simon’s forthcoming HBO series The Deuce is ostensibly about how porn became the cultural and economic juggernaut it is today—but it’s also about misogyny, according to David Simon. Cool.
Westworld premiered its first season two trailer at San Diego Comic-Con this weekend, offering a glimpse of a world turned chaotic and brutal. In the midst of it all, our heroine Dolores snarls atop a galloping horse, firing a rifle like a goddamn goddess of vengeance. Promising!
On Insecure, Issa Rae’s HBO comedy about black life and dating in Los Angeles, Yvonne Orji plays Molly, an ambitious, single lawyer with a hole in her heart like everyone else. The first season saw Molly warily dipping into the dating pool with little success and surviving a fractured friendship, while Season 2 finds…
One of the highlights of The Defiant Ones—HBO’s four-part documentary about music magnate Jimmy Iovine, Dr. Dre, and the music and culture that launched their careers—is the trove of studio footage the filmmakers were able to access.
On Allen Hughes’s The Defiant Ones, the four-part HBO series airing this week that traces the careers of Dr. Dre and Interscope boss Jimmy Iovine, hip-hop journalist Dee Barnes is positioned as an unimpeachable bearer of truth. Her authority is called upon several times during the second part of the series, which…
Sometimes the world does give gifts.