“When you haven’t been nice to someone for a thousand years, it’s very difficult to suddenly start.” UK readers: The video will be available to watch on YouTube on Tuesday.
I know nothing, Jon Snow. (Who the fuck is Jon Snow?) [Ed. note: some spoilers ahead.]
You’ll finally feel like part of the show.
Why bad TV happens to good people. Warning: Spoilers for the True Blood series finale — if you still care.
So Swedish, so undead, so perfect. SPOILERS AHEAD!
The characters are immortal. The actors, not so much.
Let us pray that Orange Is the New Black finally takes down Modern Family.
Everyone is on trial in Captivated: The Trials of Pamela Smart, which airs Aug. 18 on HBO.
HBO just released a teaser for the On The Run Tour series with Bey covering the ’60s song.
Marshall reveals to BuzzFeed about how “The Watchers on the Wall” — his action-packed Game of Thrones episode — was brought to life.
Australian comedian Chris Lilley has been called racist for donning brownface to play a teenager from Tonga. But that hot-button transgression is not the only issue surrounding his latest show.
On the company’s second-quarter earnings call, CEO Jeff Bewkes acknowledged that HBO GO has stiff competition in Netflix — and that the former will likely take a page from Netflix’s book in the future.
Based on audience composition, Starz’s crime drama Power has the highest percentage of African-American viewers since HBO’s The Wire.
The new Starz series, based on Diana Gabaldon’s hit novels, offers one of the most committed, complicated portrayals of women on television — and there’s no reason men shouldn’t be watching too.
The most recent episode of The Leftovers has some critics quitting the show. But here’s why two BuzzFeed staffers are still riveted.
Series like FX’s The Strain are upping the ante on television violence. But there are plenty of other gruesome examples of televised gore. Warning: Potential spoilers ahead!
From Brooklyn to Neverland.
Oscar nominee Keisha Castle-Hughes joins the HBO fantasy drama, along with Jonathan Price, Alexander Siddig, and six others. Season 5 just got a lot more real.
You don’t have to attend all of the weddings you’re invited to. You’re free!
The streaming video service said it added more than 1 million subscribers internationally in the second quarter for a total of 13.8 million. It plans to launch in Germany, France, and other markets later this year.
There’s a very firm correlation between luck and evilness.
A new documentary about underground political theatre in Belarus feels especially timely with conflict ongoing in Ukraine and Vladimir Putin cracking down on dissent in Russia.
For all those with zero fucks to give.
Satisfy your “thirst” for facts.