Jason Blum, the producer behind Paranormal Activity, Insidious, and The Purge, has found a way to turn low-budget horror into mainstream success.
Video interviews with two young Indian brothers claiming that HBO producers fed them lines for a staged documentary on child labor were shown in federal court this week. The cable network is facing a landmark defamation lawsuit from sports equipment company Mitre.
There’s room on the Iron Throne for two.
The cable network is facing a multimillion-dollar defamation lawsuit in federal court over a 2008 Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel story that claimed a soccer ball company used illegal child laborers in India.
I got 99 problems, and Twitter spoilers are one.
Installments of the HBO show started popping up online a day before the season premiere and now, the network is investigating how it all happened.
Please write, George R.R. Martin. We need you.
“When in doubt… Get naked.”
Because it feels like she’s been going around in circles for four seasons.
Is Kings Landing ready for Cookie?
Are you ready to take your place on the Iron Throne?
The Silicon Valley star stopped by BuzzFeed to show off his on-point drawing skills and spill secrets behind the techy series.
Colin Farrell, Rachel McAdams, Vince Vaughn, and Taylor Kitsch star in the hotly anticipated second season of HBO’s anthology series.
The actor and prominent Scientologist told The Tampa Bay Times he has no interest in seeing the documentary, which basically outs him.
It’s called Game of Chairs, and it’s totally SFW and for children!
“After being dishonorably discharged from the Navy SEALs, Bob and David are back serving our country the way they do best: making sketch comedy.”
Who exactly are we rooting for on this show?
The HBO dramedy may be over, but at least we’ll always have Weekend.
With news that Looking is not coming back for a third season, it joins the list of series that left us far too soon.
The series about a group of gay friends living in San Francisco will not return for a third season, HBO announced on Wednesday.
Court documents and an eyewitness indicate the HBO docuseries’ filmmakers fudged The Jinx’s timeline.
Meet Raleigh Ritchie and prepare to have your mind blown.
“Are we simply romantically challenged, or are we sluts?”
So much time for activities!
The confusing timeline raises the question: How else did the narrative shift for our benefit?
What color is that? Awkward Marine?
Several legal academics told BuzzFeed News the taped “confession” at the end of HBO’s The Jinx could be used in court against him in a murder trial.
Ever wondered how well you really know the show?