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  1. HBO is set to reboot vampire series True Blood There's no sign yet of any prior cast members returning to reprise their roles (Image credit: HBO) HBO is reportedly rebooting cult vampire series True Blood. According to Variety, the reboot is still in the "early development stages", but Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Jami O’Brien are reportedly on board to act as executive producers and writers, while original showrunner and show creator, Alan Ball, is also expected to executive produce the show. We don't kn
  2. How to With John Wilson is the year’s best nature documentary New HBO docuseries is an observational marvel. It’s also very funny. How to With John Wilson airs Fridays on HBO At this point, it’s practically mandatory for any show set in New York to open with shots of landmarks like the Empire State Building, Central Park, or a row of honking yellow taxis in rush hour traffic. Anything quickly recognizable will suffice, as long as it represents life in the big city. (Looking for arty vibes? Search no further than Washington Square Park.) HBO
  3. HBO’s The Last of Us TV show is actually happening The upcoming show has been given a series order HBO’s upcoming TV adaptation of The Last of Us just took a big step forward in actually happening: the network has given the show a series order, with series creator Neil Druckmann working as both a writer and executive producer alongside Craig Mazin (Chernobyl). HBO’s Carolyn Strauss, who executive produced both Game of Thrones and Chernobyl, will also serve as an executive producer on The Last of Us. Per the of
  4. HBO debuts first His Dark Materials S2 trailer at San Diego [email protected] "People are afraid of things they don't understand." HBO’s His Dark Materials season 2 trailer. The trailers and sneak peeks just keep coming from the virtual San Diego Comic [email protected], running all this weekend. HBO dropped the first trailer for the second season of His Dark Materials, an adaptation of the best-selling fantasy trilogy by Philip Pullman. While there were supposed to be eight episodes in this second season, just like S1, production was shut down due to
  5. An HBO blackout in and of itself is notable since it’s never happened before in the network’s more than 40 years. But it could have deeper implications as AT&T plans to fight off a challenge to its Time Warner merger. Over the summer, Judge Richard Leon ruled that AT&T could proceed as planned with its $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner, and he placed no conditions on the deal. That decision flew in the face of the U.S. Justice Department’s attempt the block the transaction, a move that garnered support from rival pay TV providers like Dish Network.
  6. A coalition that includes Netflix Inc., HBO and cable-industry titans is stepping up efforts to crack down on password sharing, discussing new measures to close a loophole that could be costing companies billions of dollars in lost revenue each year. Programmers and cable-TV distributors are considering an array of tactics to cut off people who borrow credentials from friends and relatives to access programming without paying for it. The possible measures include requiring customers to change their passwords periodically or texting codes to subscrib
  7. Insidious Soviet-era leadership is the villain in this dark five-episode drama. When reactor four at the Chernobyl nuclear plant exploded in April 1986 outside of Pripyat, Ukraine, the whole world watched in horror as tidbits of information leaked out of the tightly controlled Soviet Union. But conflicting official and scientific reports made it difficult to know the extent of the disaster. The piecemeal accounts of how Chernobyl unfolded have made the disaster ripe for over-dramatization and under-dramatization, depending on the storyteller's politics and atti
  8. HBO and HBO Max are headed to YouTube TV Cinemax is also part of the deal HBO is one of YouTube TV’s most notable absences, but a new agreement between Google and WarnerMedia will bring the prestige network to Google’s streaming TV subscription service. Customers who use YouTube TV can get linear and on-demand access to HBO and Cinemax this spring as add-ons, WarnerMedia announced today. It’s similar to how Showtime and NBA League Pass operate on YouTube TV. The new deal means customers can watch shows live or di
  9. HBO is making a ton of TV shows and movies free to non-subscribers No Game of Thrones, unfortunately HBO is making a number of its original series and popular movies available for free beginning April 3rd to non-subscribers, including The Wire, Detective Pikachu, and The Sopranos. The move is being described by Variety as a “good will gesture” by WarnerMedia; an effort from the conglomerate to provide entertainment to people stuck at home due to the novel coronavirus. More than 500 hours of content will be made
  10. HBO, PlayStation announce Last of Us TV series—the “first of many shows” Loud announcement for Last of Us HBO series follows quiet handling of Uncharted film. Enlarge Aurich Lawson / Naughty Dog / HBO 40 with 34 posters participating Sony's push to create a formal film and TV studio based on its massive video game properties has finally borne official fruit. One year after its formation, PlayStation Productions has announced its first confirmed project: an HBO-exclusive, live-action TV series based on the acclaim
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