“Ain’t nobody got nothing to say about a 40-degree day.”
The cast of HBO’s critically beloved show gathered for a reunion as part of the 2nd Annual Paley Festival in New York. Sorry, Stringer and McNulty fans: Idris Elba and Dominic West missed it, but sent videos.
Because they’re EVERYWHERE.
Booking a plane to this summertime party NOW.
Everyone’s favorite f**king word!
The deal announced Wednesday will make The Sopranos, Six Feet Under, The Wire, and other HBO shows available on Amazon Prime Instant Video.
Are you a cold-blooded monster like Tony Soprano, a pragmatic genius like Walter White, or just an oblivious, self-absorbed Hannah Horvath? There’s only one way to find out.
With Lil Wayne and Kanye as hypemen! A joyful video for a joyful song.
Reminder: The Wire won zero Emmys. ZERO.
C’mon, Em, if you’re gonna come for the king of all TV shows, you best not miss.
Or it might actually make you love it more. Either way, once you hear this, you can’t unhear it.
LOST and Kanye West have way more in common than you’d think.
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.
Don’t take notes on a criminal f-cking conspiracy.
Once you hear Haim’s new single “The Wire,” you will be hooked forever. This is a guarantee.
David Simon writes, “In the state of Florida, the season on African-Americans now runs year round. Come one, come all. And bring a handgun.”
“You can go a long way in this country killing black folks.”
He is perfection in human form, basically.
Blunt names that might fit these popular TV programs.
Bunk from The Wire (aka Wendell Pierce) tweeted some in-character thoughts about the Baltimore Ravens coming home champs. (Somewhat NSFW language)
Robert F. Chew, best known as The Wire‘s Proposition Joe, died Thursday.
Robert Chew, who played Prop Joe on The Wire, has passed away, says Michael K. Williams. RIP.
The characters from nearly all of your favorite TV shows, from The Simpsons to Lost to Seinfeld, can be traced back to Detective Munch of Law & Order: SVU. He knows everyone.
Two of the best dramas ever, mashed up into one incredibly miserable show about drug dealers.
It’s like a deck of cards, if each card were a part of the Baltimore drug scene?
Sepinwall’s new book, The Revolution Was Televised, looks back at the (very recent) golden age of the television drama. Let’s grill him!
Idris Elba directed and stars in the video for the British folkies’ new single, “Lover of the Light.” Watch him make a nice breakfast.
This is no ordinary door. It can perform Miles Davis’ “Bitches Brew” on command.
Wait…was this show actually shot BADLY? “The Wire” has so many redeeming qualities that no one bothered to discuss how it looks.