Gee, isn't it nice to not have to wake up at 5:30 A.M. for the 2016 Emmy nominations? Either way, the big announcement is finally here, as presented by black-ish star Anthony Anderson and Gilmore Girls returnee Lauren Graham, so let’s find out what we're all angry about/celebrating this year at the Emmys!
Game of Thrones keeps historically vague through San Diego appearances, but will Comic-Con 2016 break the mold? Fresh off Season 6, the HBO drama sets its official Comic-Con 2016 panel plans, joining others like Silicon Valley, Vice Principals and Cinemax’s Outcast, but where’s Westworld in all of this?
More often than not, HBO’s Silicon Valley makes headlines for one major set piece gag per year, belying some of the improvisational talent that goes into making one of TV’s best comedies. Case in point, watch T.J. Miller insult Stephen Toblowsky for over four and a half minutes, an outtake of old person jokes to rival any gag on the series to date.
Already a comedic gem, HBO’s Silicon Valley seems to find at least one yearly scene worthy of headline, whether the elaborate hand job proof of Season 1, or a monkey making creative use of a prosthetic arm last year, and Season 3 is no different. Yes, the graphic depiction of horse sex has breached Silicon Valley, and shock of shocks, PETA is none-too-thrilled about it.
Ahead of what will likely prove one of its biggest recorded weekends, HBO already issued a 2017 renewal to Game of Thrones, and now its comedy companions follow suit. Not only will our beloved Veep stay in office for a sixth season, so too will Mike Judge’s Silicon Valley bumble through the tech revolution for a fourth year.
We’ve had a taste of Mike Judge’s Silicon Valley Season 3 to date, and now Pied Piper’s return is at last out of beta. Richard scrambles to get back into his own company, and T.J. Miller rides a unicorn in our first trailer and poster for the April premiere of Silicon Valley Season 3.
Considering Netflix has pushed it to the point of debuting near of a new season or series every week, the premium providers of old seem almost deprived of new content. HBO won’t take that lying down, planning to up its original series haul by at least 50% of its current stable, but will it affect subscription fees?
Game of Thrones isn’t the only major return anticipated for 2016, as the same night will see Mike Judge tech comedy Silicon Valley returning for its third season, this time with a new head at Pied Piper’s table. And speaking of heads and tables, bloody your nose with the hilarious first teaser for Silicon Valley’s 2016 premiere!
Not even half an hour into the night, and already the 2016 Golden Globes has its winner for Best TV Series, Comedy or Musical, and it may surprise. Amazon’s Mozart in the Jungle pulled off a surprising upset, nabbing the award over some stiff competition.
It seems like only a few short weeks ago, Game of Thrones sent fans into a panic with speculation that Season 6 might end up scheduled for May 2016, rather than its usual April slot, but rest easy. Not only has the landmark year for HBO’s high fantasy been set for an official April bow, but so too have fellow power-players Veep Season 5 and Silicon Valley Season 3.