Girls creator Lena Dunham has told us before not to expect the twenty-something shenanigans of Hannah, Marnie, Jessa and Shoshannah to endure forever, and Season 5 may signal the beginning of the end by its first trailer. Not only do the Girls finally seem to be growing up, but one might even be getting married.
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Just as you thought you’d stuffed yourself with all the Thanksgiving leftovers you could handle, Damon Lindelof served up one more shocking helping. Bad jokes aside (or should I say “pointless” jokes), Sunday night’s penultimate episode of The Leftovers‘ second season explained one of the biggest mysteries with a twist.
A few months back, Sesame Street gave a surprisingly adult announcement in news that it would leave its longtime home at PBS for HBO, but that isn’t the only big change afoot. Not only will Big Bird and co. only run for half an hour per episode in their new January premiere, we’ll also see new characters, theme songs, segments and more.
TV resurrections certainly hit a boiling point over the last few days, between last night’s dumpster-diving Walking Dead, or this morning’s surprise Game of Thrones revelation, a proximity not lost on the former’s creative minds. The Walking Dead took a playful shot at Game of Thrones for torturing fans, but is the pot calling the kettle (or perhaps just taking the) black?
Chestnuts roasting on an open fire. Jack Frost nipping at your nose. But in lieu of Yuletide carols, maybe’ll give or receive an HBO NOW subscription this holiday season. If so, you’re definitely going to want to read the latest update of what’s coming to and leaving HBO’s stand-alone streaming service this December.
Last night, Damon Lindelof’s The Leftovers looked a lot more like Lost. Here are some theories to help unpack everything that happened.
Game of Thrones has had a rough go of keeping Jon Snow's Season 6 status under wraps, admittedly putting up a better fight than some, but at long last, the ex-Lord Commander is risen. Game of Thrones has officially confirmed Jon Snow's return by a surprising new poster, along with an April premiere!
Television characters are killed off shows all the time, but what happens when it turns into a gimmick or trick that incites denial? Where is the weight in losing a character only to believe they’re alive or resurrected? Whether or not you’re an active TV watcher, one look at social media over the past several months will reveal just how much of a trend major TV deaths have become this year. Here’s where I’ll warn you: If you haven’t caught up on Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead or The Leftovers, I strongly advise you to stop reading now.
It’s hard to believe that Game of Thrones Season 6 remains in production, given all we’ve heard and seen over the last few months, but even with some major surprises taken as a given, the 2016 run may blow our minds yet. A new set report teases an impressive four-way meeting in a major locale, and there may be a giant in our midsts as well.
True Detective news has been tellingly silent since the August Season 2 finale, with no news on a third season, and no press with creator Nic Pizzolatto either. Now, True Detective Season 3 remains an uncertainty, despite Pizzolatto signing a development deal with HBO through 2018.