HBO's 'True Detective' has kept details of of the second season more in mystery than that of the show's own investigations, but before any casting announcements are confirmed, we at last have some real info. HBO has confirmed that season 2 will begin shooting soon, aiming for a summer 2015 premiere date, while shoring up the identities of its three leading characters.
‘True Blood’ season 7 spurts out its 9th and penultimate installment of the final year, “Love is to Die,” as Bill attempts to justify his reasons for declining the cure, while the quadrangle between Jessica, Hoyt, Jason and Bridget takes a surprising turn, and Eric finally fulfills a longstanding promise.
Sad as we are to see HBO's 'Boardwalk Empire' brought to a close by its fifth and final season, the time-jump to 1931 will bring with it significant plot advancements, and new challenges for Nucky Thompson. Now, with the final season premiere set for September 7, a new synopsis of the season and its first four episodes brings with it some major spoilers.
While filming for season 4 of 'Girls' is already underway in New York, the show isn't quite done adding some new talent to the roster. Joining an already stellar line-up of guest stars is Jake Lacy, who played Jenny Slate's love interest in the indie rom-com 'Obvious Child.'
Few would argue that HBO's 'True Blood' has been limping to the finish with its final season, but the last bit of blood will finally drop on August 24 with series finale installment "Thank You." To wit, HBO has released their spoilery synopsis for the finale, along with a brand new look at this Sunday's penultimate installment, "Love is to Die."
Though perhaps not a breakout mystery success in the vein of 'LOST,' HBO's Damon Lindelof-fronted 'The Leftovers' has raptured plenty of attention in its first seven episodes. Now, with its inaugural season set to come to a close in just a few weeks' time, the pay cable network is officially coming back for seconds, granting 'The Leftovers' a season 2 renewal for 2015.
All too often 'Game of Thrones' fans have had to worry that series creator George R.R. Martin's lengthy writing process might one day deprive them of a true end to the 'Song of Ice and Fire' series, but even with the HBO series angling to tell the tale in its entirety, it seems a few clever fans have already deduced the answers to some of 'Game of Thrones' biggest mysteries for themselves.
After six seasons, we're now in the midst of 'True Blood''s final outing, bringing the epic (and ridiculous and 'Twilight'-y at times) love story of Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) and Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer) to an end. We've lost many memorable characters along the way, from the villainous Russell Edgington to the Vampire Authority to Sookie's own gram. Now, we honor those we lost with a supercut of the most noteworthy and, yeah, straight-up ridiculous deaths from the first six seasons of 'True Blood.'
Despite seeming dormant for the better part of a year, HBO's forthcoming J.J. Abrams-produced 'Westworld' adaptation continues to fire up some major star power for its pilot. Not only has 'X-Men' star James Marsden been confirmed for a role, but Ed Harris has landed his first regular TV gig as the major big bad of HBO's 'Westworld.'
HBO fantasy drama 'Game of Thrones' is no stranger to cast changes between seasons, but a season 5 role will have a darker cloud over it, as we've learned that 86 year-old Irish actor J.J. Murphy has sadly died. The 'Dracula Untold' star was set to appear in 'Game of Thrones' season 5 in the role of eldest Night's Watch member Ser Denys Mallister, and had completed the first day of filming before his death.