HBO has acquired and set a premiere date for The Weight of Gold, a feature documentary on the mental health challenges that Olympic athletes often face. All-time medal champ Michael Phelps is among the subjects, along with Shaun White, Bode Miller and others. The film also features Jeremy Bloom, Lolo Jones,
“Real Time” host is taking a month off Over the years, many musicians have publicly objected to having Donald Trump use their songs during his rallies and campaign events. Axl Rose After Guns N’ Roses frontman learned that “Sweet Child O’ Mine” was being played at the president’s rallies, Rose
The latest streaming service to enter the Streaming Wars has arrived.. Meet HBO Max, the new service is from WarnerMedia. And while “HBO” is in the title, it’s far more than just programming from the cable network. In fact, it includes content from Warner Bros., Crunchyroll, DC, TNT, and more.
The world might be on pause for now but the streaming wars continue. With people stuck inside in the wake of the global pandemic, more people than ever are watching TV. Netflix reported a record 16 million new subscribers, while Disney+ added 50 million subscribers in its first five months.
Lila Caracci, this week, is in a mood. As revealed in last week’s episode of HBO’s “My Brilliant Friend,” Naples’ resident rebel and feminist (played by Gaia Girace) is now pregnant by her abusive loser husband Stefano, and mama ain’t happy. The baby news came in total contradiction to Lila’s
[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for “Westworld” Season 3, Episode 2, “The Winter Line.”] And we’re back — not literally back in Westworld, mind you, despite Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) stopping by his former home on the way to Delos headquarters. No, the most notable return in an episode filled with
A bit of good news for fans of multi-hyphenate writer/actor/producer extraordinaire Phoebe Waller-Bridge: She’s got a new show coming to HBO, and it looks downright perfect. Playing out like an intriguing blend of “Fleabag” and “Killing Eve,” “Run” follows a couple who reunite 17 years later after a single-word text
Frankie Shaw is set to develop a limited series adaptation of the Judy Blume novel “Wifey” at HBO, Variety has learned exclusively. “Wifey” chronicles one life-changing summer of Sandy Pressman, a 1970s suburban housewife whose predictable existence compels her to make her rich sexual fantasies a reality. Shaw is attached to
We’ve seen the future, and it includes more Avenue 5. HBO on Thursday renewed the Hugh Laurie-fronted futuristic sci-fi comedy for a second season. “It was so great to be back again with HBO for the first season of Avenue 5, so I’m doubly thrilled that HBO have now seen
Bong Joon Ho has more to say when it comes to “Parasite” and he believes a limited television series is the way to do it. Moments after the Academy Awards announced four nominations for “Parasite” (original screenplay, foreign language film, best director and best picture) the director hopped on the