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I mean any comedy that leads with a joke about Steve Jobs being a poser within the first 15 seconds has my vote of confidence.
Fans of the HBO series True Detective started asking “What is The King In Yellow?” when it was referenced on the show recently. Well, the answer is that it’s a novel by Robert W. (Robert William) Chambers and if you …
Returning to A Storm of Swords, already in progress.
The British series is already in production on a second season.
Adi Tantimedh writes: Three new cop shows this month have caught my eye: True Detective, Bosch and the British series Babylon. Cop shows are like the bread-and-butter of TV drama. They have a pre-sold audience that’s hungry for a genre …
HBO screened this on their channel last night and then dropped it onto YouTube too.
Of course, it’s not perfect but I do like the show a great deal and, when season three rolls around, I’ll be all over it.
Here’s the first full promo for the next run of Game of Thrones, adapting the second half of A Storm of Swords.
HBO’s True Detective Sends Bleeding Cool A Mystery Box. The Kids Focus On The Bubble Wrap, Thankfully.
So a box arrives from Federal Express, from an address on Sunset Boulevard, to leafy suburban Kingston Vale, London, this morning. The kids are rather excited. Inside the box is another box. I pick up the Nokia… Apparently it’s a …
HBO’s 2014 Preview – Game Of Thrones, Girls, Mike Judge’s Silicon Valley, Bill Murray In Olive Kittredge And More
Getting Bill Murray and Frances McDormand for Olive Kittredge has made that series pretty much a must-see.
This is not the only series about witchcraft in the works, but I’m going to give the HBO series the edge on this one.
If you thought that the head-rolling had come to… er… a head in the last run of HBO’s Game of Thrones, think again.
If you Tweet whilst watching Girls, Lena Dunham might just see it.
I don’t really know exactly what’s happening in each of these clips, but it’s definitely making me very interested in watching the show. Job well done, HBO.
If you saw season two’s finale you may have felt it to be quite final, with the big story lines paid off pretty clearly. I’ve spoken to folk who thought there was more closure to this episode than in many series finales.
Thankfully, there are laughs to be had from the dialogue and character interplay as well as the fact he’s got long legs and a snakey shape.
True Detective has been directed by the very assured and talented Cary Fukunaga from teleplays by Nic Pizzolatto.