We’ve caught Silicon Valley’s Season 4 premiere date and a first teaser since learning that Veep would debut Season 6 in April, but at long last, Selina Meyer is coming back to the public eye. See for yourself in a first Season 6 tease, as the former President takes to spreading democracy around the globe like patient zero.
The boys (and girl) of HBO’s Silicon Valley are about to take Pied Piper back to the drawing board once again. After last week’s premiere announcement, HBO has rebooted a first trailer for the Mike Judge comedy’s fourth season, along with a new photo.
The end really is nigh for HBO’s The Leftovers, and not just for by the third and final season’s April premiere. A new trailer teases both the move to Australia and some worldwide disasters of biblical proportion, not to mention some sweet Justin Theroux beard.
We’ve barely begun the buildup to Westworld Season 2, but some fresh inside looks should help keep the mysteries at bay until 2018. See for yourself, as the digital release of Westworld Season 1 brings about two new behind-the-scenes featurettes.
Just days ago saw HBO announcing when Selina Meyer would begin her post-Veep career in Season 6, and so too do the boys of Silicon Valley now have their marching orders. Pied Piper will be back for Season 4 in April, albeit a bit later than their former Commander in Chief.
Selina Meyer may no longer be the President, and Veep may no longer be satire, but we’ll nonetheless get a glimpse at what could have been in Season 6. HBO has given an executive order for an April premiere, one we’ll happily comply with.
Game of Thrones Season 7 may have been delayed to summer, but the adjusted production schedule keeps the cast and crew teasing us on the regular. Celebrate with Emilia Clarke lip-syncing the close of production, and check out Brewery Ommegang’s new House-themed concoctions.
Game of Thrones isn’t necessarily known for its seasonal cliffhangers (Season 5 was more “did that really happen?” than “what happens next?”), but might the penultimate year leave us on a mammoth twist? That’s the suggestion from series star Maisie Williams, claiming “We’ve come to the climax and it’s rolling down to the end.”
Game of Thrones generally doesn’t hide the fact each season features a celebrity cameo or two, but those expecting to see UFC fighter Conor McGregor putting up his dukes in Westeros are apparently in for a bit of a dodge. McGregor apparently denies taking any role, adding “I’ve never even heard about it!”
Not content to let the mystery be, The Leftovers is finally answering one of the biggest questions about its third and final season. HBO and star Justin Theroux have announced the April premiere date with an ominous teaser, promising a very sudden departure for us all.