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Weekend Preview: Bronn And Jamie Take A Trip On 'Game Of Thrones' And 'Mad Men' Inches Toward Its End

Game of Thrones
(HBO, Sunday 9:00 p.m.) — Jamie and Bronn go off on their Bob Hope/Bing Crosby styled adventure towards the south and the Sand Snakes work toward avenging their caved cranium papa. 243 more words


Veep Creator on Hillary Clinton and the Intense Pressure to Say Nothing

It’s possibly no coincidence that Hillary Clinton started her presidential run the same week that astronomical scientists at the University of Hawaii in Manoa announced the discovery of a Supervoid, a structure in space 18 billion light-years across and “distinguished by its unusual emptiness.” The Supervoid sits in a part of the cosmos known as the Cold Spot, where there’s far less matter to observe than elsewhere throughout the universe. 696 more words

HBO NOW free trial offer drops to one week after initial promo period, sign up now on your Apple TV, iPhone or iPad

Earlier last month HBO NOW streaming service arrived on Apple TV, iPhone, and iPad. During the initial launch period Apple users could sign up for a free one month trial.  146 more words


Veep Season 4 – Episode 3 Review

The characters in Veep operate in a cutthroat environment, and the constant turmoil and stress that Selina and her entourage deal with each episode is reflected in their interactions with each other.  760 more words


'Veep's' Anna Chlumsky on Career Women, Emmys and Showrunner Switching

On the HBO comedy “Veep,” Anna Chlumsky’s Amy Brookheimer is the embodiment of so many career-minded women. So intent on ladder climbing, Amy has forsaken relationships, family obligations and her own well-being — she once announced that she’s used a pen cap to spoon hummus into her mouth — in order to serve at the behest of Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ Selina Meyer. 1,071 more words



The joys of watching this political comedy — now in its fourth season — are multifold. This tale of former senator-turned-vice president-now-POTUS Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) features clever and witty (and more than likely blue) dialogue, and a supporting cast (Tony Hale, Anna Chlumsky and Matt Walsh) that is an embarrassment of comic riches. 6 more words