It doesn't guarantee any victories in 2022, but HBO (and the NFL) thinks Dan Campbell's Detroit Lions might make for compelling television. And the guess is there might be at least a few references to "biting knee caps" or something similar along the way.
Because what better time than a winter storm for ominous Game of Thrones news? That dreadful day has finally arrived, as HBO confirms the eighth and final season will sit out 2018 altogether, finishing its adapted Song of Ice and Fire in 2019.
The entertainment world is understandably reevaluating partnerships with Louis C.K. in the wake of Thursday’s bombshell report. HBO has opted to remove the comedian from its upcoming autism benefit and streaming library, while FX is rethinking its own relationship with C.K.
HBO will confirm few details of the eighth and final Game of Thrones season; perhaps least of all whether we’ll wait until 2019 to see it. That said, star Liam Cunningham may have guaranteed the fantasy blockbuster will sit out 2018 with an update on production.
Game of Thrones’ TV budget has taken its toll here and there, but few would question Season 8’s dedication to an epic end. As such, one star promises Game of Thrones will uphold its traditional commitment to climactic ninth episodes at least six times over.
HBO may have dabbled in theatrical ventures for Sex and the City or Entourage, but if Game of Thrones can’t convince them on another box-office bite, they’re not coming back to the table. So it is, that Sarah Jessica Parker confirms a third Sex and the City is taking a cold shower.
The name “Aegon Targaryen” got thrown around a bit in Game of Thrones Season 7, and you’d be forgiven to lose sight of Westeros’ elaborate history. No longer, as the announcement of Season 7’s Blu-ray brings with it an animated retelling of the Targaryen rise.