What to Know About HBO Max’s ‘Gossip Girl’ Reboot

After initially delayed due to the pandemic, the reboot of the beloved teen drama “Gossip Girl” is making its debut next month on HBO Max. The reboot takes place nine years after the original show ended and follows a new crop of teenagers who are dealing with the reemergence of

‘Gang’s All Queer’ Drama From Jaboukie Young-White & Issa Rae In Works At HBO

HBO has put in development a half-hour series based on Vanessa R. Panfil’s book The Gang’s All Queer: The Lives of Gay Gang Members, from Jaboukie Young-White (The Daily Show) and Issa Rae and her Hoorae productions. Written by Young-White, in the Untitled Gang’s All Queer Project, grieving a gang-related

‘The White House Plumbers’: First-Look At Justin Theroux As G. Gordon Liddy & Woody Harrelson As E. Howard Hunt

HBO has released the first photo of Justin Theroux as G. Gordon Liddy and Woody Harrelson as E. Howard Hunt in The White House Plumbers, its five-part limited series that revisits one of the biggest political scandals in American history, Watergate. You can see the photo below. The project hails

‘Last Week Tonight’: John Oliver Slams White People Over Ignorance Of Black Hairstyles

Last Week Tonight‘s John Oliver offered no breaks for his white viewers at home tonight – a recurrent theme for the nation’s political late-night television host. Oliver started his show with recent news clippings following some of the nation’s Republican-involved drama. After glossing over John Cox’s run in California recall

‘Last of Us’ Series at HBO Taps Jasmila Žbanić, Ali Abbasi to Direct

“The Last of Us” series adaptation at HBO has found its directors in Jasmila Žbanić and Ali Abbasi. Žbanić’s latest film, “Quo vadis, Aida” was nominated for the Oscar for best international film feature. The film won the Film Independent Spirit Award for best international film on Thursday. Abbasi won

‘Last Week Tonight’: John Oliver, Exhausted Over Recent Police Killings, Talks Missing Giant Bunny And Usher Bucks

Well in its eighth season, it’s rather unsurprising now when Oliver starts his show with a rant detailing his overwhelming frustration at the world. His quick tongue usually summarizes the week’s public grievances in the first three minutes with blinding fashion. Without a moment to reflect, it only seems prudent

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Natalie Portman to Lead HBO Film ‘Days of Abandonment’

Natalie Portman has signed on to lead the cast of the upcoming HBO Films production “The Days of Abandonment.” The movie, which is currently in pre-production, is based on the Elena Ferrante novel of the same name. In the film, when Tess (Portman), a woman who abandoned her own dreams

George R.R. Martin Signs Overall Deal at HBO

George R.R. Martin is staying in business with HBO, with the author signing a massive five-year overall deal with the premium cabler. The deal will see Martin develop new projects for both HBO and HBO Max. According to sources, the deal is valued in the mid-eight figure range. Martin is

Bill Maher Tackles Jewish Space Lasers, Frazzledrip & Marjorie Taylor Greene

Marjorie Taylor Greene was the recurring topic of the latest episode of HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher. The comedian, and his guests, CNN political commentator and CEO of REFORM Alliance Van Jones, and James Pogue, journalist and contributing editor at Harper’s Magazine tackled the topic of conspiracy theories during the