George RR Martin updates fans on upcoming Game of Thrones book; says he has made 'steady progress' writing Winds of Winter during lockdown
The epic fantasy book series, which served as the basis for HBO's multiple award winning show Game of Thrones, awaits the final two books – The Winds of Winter and A Dream of Spring – that the author had announced long back but has not yet penned.
HBO's Perry Mason recasts crime-fighting hero in a way that's less Erle Stanley Gardner and more Raymond Chandler
In HBO's series, gone is Erle Stanley Gardner's suave courtroom saviour and in his place, we have a shabbier, down-on-his-luck Perry Mason, played by Matthew Rhys, making his living as a private eye in 1930s Los Angeles.
In 1933, Erle Stanley Gardner finished his first Perry Mason novel. When he died in 1970, he had finished more than 80 books in the series.
Insecure actor Kendrick Sampson says he was hit by rubber bullets by police while protesting George Floyd's death in Los Angeles
Kendrick Sampson went live via Instagram on Saturday to show his view of events, but he could be also be seen on a CNN broadcast simultaneously, with viewers watching him get hit by a police baton on TV.
Coronavirus Outbreak: HBO cancels annual Emmy party, contributes $1mn to Los Angeles COVID-19 relief fund
HBO said Friday that it is redirecting funds set aside for its Emmy Awards party and FYC events to make a $1 million donation to The Mayor’s Fund for Los Angeles Emergency COVID-19 Crisis Fund.
Game of Thrones' deeply divisive finale aired a year ago today. Revisiting one of its most powerful scenes
Widely panned though it was, the eighth season of Game of Thrones was not without its moments of beauty — and neither was that divisive finale, which aired a year ago today.
Friends reunion at HBO Max likely to be filmed in summer end; episode 'holding out for' live audience, says channel head
HBO channel executive said he thought it was worth waiting until Friends' one-off unscripted show could be filmed in a traditional way.
I Know This Much Is True review: Mark Ruffalo dazzles as twins in HBO miniseries less than the sum of his two parts
I Know This Much is True, an adaptation of Wally Lamb's 1998 bestseller is essentially a classical Greek tragedy in the clothing of a wannabe Great American Novel.
Occupying that nebulous zone between soundtrack and score, the Westworld music destined to endure will inevitably be Ramin Djawadi's covers
Westworld Season 3, Episode 8 review: A soaring, hopeful finale that delivers the message a world in crisis needs
This is a finale that represents the very best of what Westworld can be — visually, thematically, emotionally. In writing its ode to humanity, HBO's star also writes an ode to itself.
Lovecraft Country teaser: Jordan Peele's HBO series explores racism, supernatural horror in Jim Crow-era United States
Lovecraft Country stars Jonathan Majors, Jurnee Smollett-Bell and Courtney B Vance in pivotal roles.
Insecure was created by Issa Rae and Larry Wilmore, and has been on air since 2016.
Westworld Season 3, Episode 7 review: Dolores and Maeve square off, but this is the Caleb Nichols show
'Passed Pawn' — the seventh and penultimate episode of Westworld's third season — blows Caleb's backstory to bits.
Bad Education movie review: Hugh Jackman is flawless in Cory Finley’s slickly constructed HBO docudrama
Bad Education's screenplay by Roslyn alum Mike Makowsky gives the story an observational eye and dramatic shape, while also highlighting the moral issues at its core.
HBO Max to launch on 27 May; initial line-up includes Anna Kendrick's Love Life, Looney Tunes Cartoons
WarnerMedia had earlier said HBO Max would debut sometime in May, and stuck to those plans, even if some of its planned programming has already been postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Westworld Season 3, Episode 6 review: All hail Charlotte Hale — Tessa Thompson is the MVP of 'Decoherence'
In Westworld S3 E6, the action pivots away from Dolores to three others: Maeve, Charlotte and William. But Charlotte is the one to watch.
How Game of Thrones went from a show that could do no wrong, to one that could seemingly get nothing right
Winter is Coming — Game of Thrones' first-ever episode — released nine years ago today. After that triumphant debut, who could have foreseen the ignominy with which it would bow out, eight seasons later?
Westworld Season 3, Episode 5 review: 'Genre' explains Serac's origin story, then muddies up Caleb's
Westworld season 3's fifth episode — 'Genre' — told us a whole lot more about the world it is set in, and it did so by delving into the backstory of Serac, the enigmatic Frenchman who built Rehoboam.
Westworld Season 3, Episode 4 review: 'The Mother of Exiles' plays wicked games with truth and reality
'The Mother of Exiles' covers a whole lot of terrain. Here's what we now know, after Westworld Season 3 Episode 4 —
Westworld season 3 episode 3 review: 'The Absence of Field' adds more twists and turns to a complicated plot
If there were any lingering doubts at all that Westworld season 3 is bringing out the big guns to impress, then episode 3, 'The Absence of Field', lays them to rest.