If the football game doesn’t look like anything to you, we have something that might. Return to Westworld as HBO drops the first official Season 2 trailer, chock-full of all the robot-on-human carnage you could ask for from the Super Bowl, along with an April premiere date.
Erlich Bachman is gone. So is T.J. Miller, for that matter, and the first Silicon Valley Season 5 trailer isn’t afraid to acknowledge it. See for yourself in the new 2018 promo, which also promises a late March premiere date.
Because what better time than a winter storm for ominous Game of Thrones news? That dreadful day has finally arrived, as HBO confirms the eighth and final season will sit out 2018 altogether, finishing its adapted Song of Ice and Fire in 2019.
The wait for Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 10 will be prett-ay, prett-ay, prett-ay short. Despite taking six years between Seasons 8 and 9, Larry David and HBO officially confirm that the series will return for a tenth season in the immediate future.
Get your shots and brush up your best swears – Deadwood might finally be back in business. A new report seems to confirm the long-awaited movie revival with a production update that puts Al Swearengen before cameras late next year.
Game of Thrones will take more precaution than ever with the secrecy of its final episodes; apparently even from actors. If you believe star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, the Game of Thrones cast won’t even receive Season 8 scripts before filming the actual scenes.
Game of Thrones has stepped up its willingness to revisit old characters in recent years, so surely Season 8 wouldn’t leave one of our favorites hanging, right? Fear not, as a seeming casualty of that ice-breaking finale is almost certainly back for the final season.
The fight is just beginning for one of Hollywood’s most revered comediennes. Veep and Seinfeld favorite Julia Louis-Dreyfus took the courageous step of announcing her own breast cancer diagnosis over Twitter, pivoting the discussion to healthcare as HBO answers questions about Veep’s f…
Sunday’s Emmys brought with it some predictable additions to Veep’s comedy streak, but things might look very different in 2018. Reports indicate a delay in Veep’s seventh and final season will keep it from competing next year, along with AMC’s Better Call Saul.