Une chose est sûre : ils sont très forts à HBO.
It’s the ultimate sartorial Sophie’s choice! Beware: Spoilers ahead if you’re not caught up on these films and shows!
Winter is coming. Pretty soon.
We lost a lot of the good ones this year — and several of the not-so-good ones too. Also, SPOILER ALERT for like, pretty much every show. You’ve been warned.
From Nick and Jess on New Girl to Nolan and Patrick on Revenge, here are the kisses and couples that excited us most this year.
Life may seem empty without Breaking Bad, but rest assured there are plenty of other TV series to dive into. Though nothing can ever replace the now-departed AMC drama, the dozen show below should help start the healing process.
With Season 4 about to start on Sunday on HBO, here is a recap of “Margate Sands” to get you reacclimatized to the fine folks of Atlantic City and it’s kingpin, Enoch “Nucky” Thompson. If you haven’t watched it yet, SPOILER ALERT obviously.
Join BuzzFeed in a collective freak-out about the Emmys overlooking Julianna Margulies, Tatiana Maslany, Zooey Deschanel, John Slattery, and many more.
The prolific Boardwalk Empire and Man of Steel actor’s new movie is mob drama-biopic The Iceman. But, he says, “Maybe I should just do stand-up.”
Most of our top shows will be back next year, but some of our favorite characters won’t. Here are the 2012 TV deaths we’re still mourning. (SPOILERS for Grey’s Anatomy, The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, Homeland, Mad Men, The Vampire Diaries, Hell on Wheels, Dexter, Breaking Bad, and Boardwalk Empire.)
The band recorded a song for Fox’s Bob’s Burgers and another for HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, both of them fantastic.
“Two groups go beak to beak on the Birdwalk.” Cluck yeah. Sold.
If you like “Boardwalk Empire” and don’t care to see how they revive the 1930s eye candy from season two, do not watch this. Award-winning FX house Brainstorm Digital released a new video that shows off their TV magic.
Agent Sebso (actor Erik Weiner) was at the center of one of the darkest scenes in the first season “Boardwalk Empire.” But here he is having a decidedly more enjoyable time on the Boardwalk.
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If you’ve ever gone to the MTA museum, you know how cool old train cars are (and how cool I am for going to said museum). Well HBO has convinced the MTA to let them use a few legitimate 1917 subway cars to advertise the show. So if you ride the 2/3 line, get ready to go back in time to woven seats and ceiling fans. I’m pumped.
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With Boardwalk Empire premiering last night, it seemed only fitting to take a look back at the state of protest in the 20s. These guys could learn a thing or two about sign-making from the Tea Partiers. Where are the misspelled words? The accusations of communism? The sparkle paint? The kegs of—oh…right.
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