Welcome back to 'Girls' Talk, where we at ScreenCrush are joined each week by critics to discuss the latest episode of the hit series. On this week's episode, Hannah has to take a trip to visit her ailing grandma Flo, played by 'Nebraska' star June Squibb, and while she leaves the drama of her friends behind in the city, she finds plenty of drama happening with her family.
Fans of HBO's 'Game of Thrones' well know that the third and fourth seasons have jumped around quite a bit in bringing George R.R. Martin's "Song of Ice and Fire" novels to life, and now it seems season 4 could prove the most divergent yet. The first episode titles of the newest 'Game of Thrones' episodes has arrived, with plenty of suggestions for major events taking place in the first hours.
On tonight's all-new episode of 'Girls,' Hannah has to take a trip out of town when her grandma (guest star June Squibb of 'Nebraska') Flo falls ill -- but even with her usual friends out of the picture, there's still plenty of drama, as her mother and aunts squabble over Flo's belongings and Hannah has to put up with her uptight cousin Rebecca.
On tonight's all-new, penultimate episode of 'True Detective' (we know, we can hardly believe it's almost over, either), Marty and Rust reunite in present day -- it's time to pay their old debt on the Dora Lange case, and the cases of every other missing woman and child in Louisiana who went unnoticed. The detectives team up to attempt to solve the mystery of Carcosa and the Yellow King once and for all, and they come chillingly closer than ever.
It's hard to believe we'll be saying a last goodbye to HBO's 'True Blood' this summer, as the hit fang-banging drama ends altogether with a seventh season. Of course, saying goodbye doesn't slow the series' pace down one bet, as we've learned some surprising details of fan-favorite Sarah Newlin (Anna Camp)'s return, as well as a young new vampire love interest for an unlikely character!
HBO gave us our best look yet at its upcoming tech comedy, 'Silicon Valley,' this past Sunday with a brand-new trailer for the Mike Judge-produced series, and now the network unveils another innovation. The ghost of Apple founder Steve Jobs makes a welcome return in the new poster for HBO's 'Silicon Valley,' as we meet our new icons!
The other day brought with it a deluge of new posters for 'Game of Thrones' season 4, shining a moody light on the 18+ series regulars to the tune of "All Men Must Die." As if we hadn't had enough death across the first three seasons, here comes one more crow-tastic 'Game of Thrones' season 4 poster, with swords, and metaphors!
This past Sunday came up short for new 'Game of Thrones' season 4 trailers, instead offering a new look at 'Office Space' creator Mike Judge's tech comedy 'Silicon Valley,' but HBO has us covered. Check out new character-themed teasers for 'Game of Thrones' season 4, along with a giant cache of posters that ominously warn us, "Valar Morghulis"!
Even before HBO's 'True Detective' captivated audiences and inspired a wave of think pieces on everything from literary references to its take on women, the moody FBI drama had feature director Cary Fukunaga behind the camera to deliver its iconic visual flair. Now, with season 2 all-but-assured, what role will Fukunaga have with future 'True Detective,' and how might creator Nic Pizzolatto shake things up with its new leading roles?
There's been some talk in recent weeks about the trouble with the female characters on 'True Detective,' and that talk hit a boiling point this week following the airing of "Haunted Houses," in which Marty gets up to his old habits and Maggie retaliates, causing many critics to lash out at the show's portrayal and treatment of women -- but the show isn't treating its female characters poorly, the men are. And there's a big difference.