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The author promises movement is being made on the 'GoT' spin-offs.
Set to conclude with its eighth season and, with its seventh season right around the corner, fans of HBO fantasy series 'Game of Thrones' - based on the uncompleted novel series 'A Song of Ice & Fire' by George R R Martin - can rest assured that they'll likely still be visiting the Seven Kingdoms and beyond, even when 'GoT' has left the small screen.
George R R Martin promises 'Game of Thrones' spin-offs are moving forward
For some time, the team at HBO who have been working on 'GoT' have been coming up with some ideas for a number of potential spin-off shows, working closely with author Martin to allow authenticity. Earlier this year, it was revealed that four different ideas were in development, with a number of high-profile writers involved such as Jane Goldman, Max Borenstein, Carly Wray and Brian Helgeland. Martin then revealed a fifth idea was also being floated around, but didn't reveal a writer attached.
Continue reading: George R R Martin Teases 'Game Of Thrones' Spin-Offs
The show will be seen by everybody at the same time.
Based on the best-selling but incomplete novel series 'A Song of Ice and Fire' by author George R R Martin, HBO fantasy series 'Game of Thrones' has entertained audiences for six full seasons now, with a seventh right around the corner. As the most-watched show in the TV network's history, you'd think they'd want to hang on to it for as long as possible. When season 8 eventually comes round however, it'll be the last in the series and consist of just six episodes, as opposed to the usual 10 or the next season's seven.
Could the White Walkers take over in season 7?
This weekend it's been revealed that the network will be following suit when it comes to the critics with what they did last year. They won't be releasing any episodes, check discs or the likes to journalists ahead of the seventh season's premiere, in a bid to tackle the leaking of episodes which happened with season 5 and prior. As television's most expensive show to make, leaks are a huge deal. They take away from overall viewership and make a big impact.
Continue reading: Critics Won't Get 'Game Of Thrones' Season 7 Episodes Early
Myrcella Baratheon's death was originally going to be a lot more graphic.
There's no denying the immense popularity of HBO fantasy series 'Game of Thrones'. With six seasons aired to-date and a seventh right around the corner, the show - based on the incomplete 'A Song of Ice and Fire' novel series by George R. R. Martin - continues to surprise its viewership with shocking twists and turns.
Myrcella was mourned by her brother and father in 'Game of Thrones'
One of the curveballs the show likes to continue chucking at those watching is the death of fan favourite characters. Nobody's safe in the Seven Kingdoms, Westeros and beyond, as Nell Tiger Free discovered during season 5 when her character Myrcella Baratheon was poisoned and died on a ship back to King's Landing.
Continue reading: Nell Tiger Free Reveals Original 'Game Of Thrones' Season 5 Death Plans
There may be loads of shows in production, but only one is expected to survive.
There's no denying just how popular HBO fantasy series 'Game of Thrones' has become across the six seasons to-date, and with a seventh season on the horizon made up of just seven episodes, the appetite for new information regarding the franchise is higher than ever before.
Could the White Walkers take over the Seven Kingdoms?
Whilst we now know that next year's eighth season will be the last for this particular series, there have been reports of a number of spinoffs being in production at HBO. This doesn't mean we'll be getting more than one when the time comes, however.
Continue reading: There Will Likely Only Be One 'Game Of Thrones' Spinoff
'Game of Thrones' is set to finish in 2018, but HBO's team of writers is currently brainstorming ideas for spin-off series.
While ‘Game Of Thrones’ will be coming to an end next year, fans of the series will be delighted to learn about new reports confirming that creator George RR Martin and a team of writers are working on ideas for spin-off shows that could see the HBO show live on for years.
‘Game of Thrones’ is the most-watched show in the history of HBO, and speculation around its future has been swirling in recent months as the show heads into its penultimate season later in 2017.
George RR Martin and the 'Game of Thrones' cast in 2013
Continue reading: 'Game Of Thrones' Team Working On Ideas For Spin-Off Series
The much-loved comedian quit 'The Daily Show' nearly three months ago, and has now revealed some plans for the future.
Jon Stewart has at last revealed some details about what he might be planning for the future since he quit ‘The Daily Show’ earlier this year, with the announcement that the satirist has signed a four-year deal with HBO.
The 52 year old will be creating topical, short-form digital content for the cable network’s online services, which will be showcased on HBO Now, HBO Go and other streaming platforms. Also included in the deal is a first-look option for other TV and film projects.
Jon Stewart with his two Emmy Awards earlier in 2015
Continue reading: Jon Stewart Announces Four Year Deal With HBO
The comedienne is sick of being labeled a sex comic, just because she’s female.
Amy Schumer hosted a one-hour comedy special on HBO Saturday night, titled 'Amy Schumer: Live at the Apollo'. The comedienne delivered a set packed full of laughs and cringe-worthy stories during the 60 minutes, but behind many of the jokes she had an important message about gender inequality.
Amy Schumer hosted a one-hour special on HBO Saturday night, titled ‘Amy Schumer: Live at the Apollo’.
"I'm labeled a sex comic," Schumer said during the special. ”I think it's just 'cause I’m a girl. I feel like a guy could get up here and literally pull his dick out, and everyone would be like, 'He's a thinker.' "
Continue reading: Amy Schumer Tackles Sex And Gender Inequality On HBO Comedy Special
Zack Snyder and HBO are in talks to develop a ‘Watchmen’ series.
Zack Snyder is reportedly in talks with HBO to develop a Watchmen television series. The director has previously turned his hand to adapting the comic book series, written and drawn by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons, in the 2009 film of the same name. Talks have reportedly taken place between Snyder and HBO about the possibility of adapting the series but nothing has been confirmed as yet.
Zack Snyder at the premiere of 300: Rise of an Empire in Los Angeles, March 2014.
SPOILER ALERT: Harington gave an interview to a Belgian magazine that revealed slightly more than it should have done.
With ‘Game of Thrones’ fans eagerly awaiting the sixth season of their beloved HBO special, Kit Harington may have just provided a big clue about the fate of his character Jon Snow in a new interview. If you do not wish to know anything at all, please do not read further!
In the middle of one of his infrequent complaints about his obligations to ‘Game of Thrones’, the 28 year old star seems to have unwittingly revealed that he is signed up for one (or more) future appearances, in an interview with Belgian magazine Humo.
Even though speculation has been rife ever since the finale of season five earlier this year that, although his character was seen being stabbed to death, he may not in fact be gone for good. A worldwide movement has dedicated itself to tracking Harington’s every move and haircut ever since.
The PBS programme has announced a joint deal with HBO for new funding for the next half a decade.
In a dramatic shake-up of children’s TV that’s bound to be divisive, eternal favourite ‘Sesame Street’ is being added to the roster of the HBO network alongside adult dramas like ‘Game of Thrones’. Who saw that coming?
Sesame Workshop, the non-profit organisation behind the beloved children’s show, released a statement announcing the new deal with HBO on Thursday (August 13th). The next five seasons of ‘Sesame Street’, which has been airing for 45 years on PBS up until this point, will be aired first on the premium cable channel and its subscription streaming services.
'Sesame Street' founder Joan Ganz Cooney with some of the cast
Continue reading: 'Sesame Street' Announces Deal With HBO For Next Five Seasons
The director had been due to work on two projects for the network this summer, but both are reported to be tangled up in budgetary or scripting wrangles.
David Fincher’s relationship with HBO is on the ropes this summer, with news that both of his projects with the network are in trouble of some description. His ‘80s music video comedy was abruptly halted back in June, and now his re-make of ‘Utopia’ looks to be in financial difficulties.
Fincher, who was an executive producer on ‘House of Cards’ for Netflix, had been set to work on both projects in tandem a few months ago, but now the cable network HBO is trying to figure out how to move forward with his dramatic adaptation of ‘Utopia’ as well as salvaging ‘Video Synchronicity’, which has been out of production for nearly two months.
David Fincher's two HBO projects are currently being held up
Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman are set to star in HBO's 'Big Little Lies'. The pair will also be producing the series which centres on a group of women and a murder.
Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman will star in and produce HBO's limited series, Big Little Lies. The series is an adaptation of Liane Moriarty's 2014 novel of the same name. Writer David E. Kelley, who created such shows as Ally McBeal and Boston Legal, has written the screenplay for the upcoming series.
Reese Witherspoon will be starring and producing in Big Little Lies.
The 'Girls' writer and star was speaking to Variety about the hit series' future.
Lena Dunham has spoken of her desire to make a movie adaptation of ‘Girls’ – eventually. The comedic mastermind revealed that she has harboured the ambition for a while, but wouldn’t consider putting it into action for at least ten years after the series concludes.
The 28 year old was speaking to Variety about the success of the HBO series and what the future holds. “I have fantasies of us all coming back when we’re 40,” she admitted about her cast of twenty-somethings. “We’d want to wait long enough for something to have really gone down.”
Lena Dunham floated the possiblity of a 'Girls' movie - but not in the immediate future
CBS chief Leslie Moonves has told investors at a conference Showtime will soon launch an OTT service.
Showtime looks set to follow HBO into the world of online streaming, by soon offering customers a package similar to the newly announced HBO Now service. The news was announced by Leslie Moonves, the chief of Showtime's parent company CBS who told investors at a conference in Palm Beach, “the days of the 500 channel universe are over.”
Leslie Moonves and his wife Julie Chen
According to Deadline, Moonves said the channel would announce a service “in the not-too-distant future,” and added he’s been having conversations with “the normal suspects” including cable and satellite distributors who were initially skeptical.
'Game of Thrones' will return for season 5 in April.
Game Of Thrones season five will premiere on HBO on April 12, the organization announced at the Television Critics Association winter press tour. An expanded cast has already been announced, including a slew of family members of Prince Oberyn, played by Pedro Pascal in season four.
Game of Thrones will return for season 5 in April
The show's fourth season is up for Best TV Series Drama at the Golden Globes this weekend and was nominated for 14 Emmys this past summer, eventually coming away with the gongs for visual effects, makeup, costumes and art direction.
Continue reading: It's Time: 'Game Of Thrones' Season 5 To Premiere On April 12
Fear not, 'Game of Thrones' fans - season five is coming. But before then, we have a little featurette to whet our appetites.
It's a fair to say that pretty much everyone is familiar with 'Game of Thrones' at this point. It's had years of dominating the Emmy Awards ceremonies and has fired both the characters, stars and original author into being household names. So it stands to reason that faced with a nine-month wait between seasons, people are desperate to get back to Westeros as soon as possible. Luckily, a featurette is on its way to keep us going.
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau sitting upon The Iron Throne
According to 'Game of Thrones' fansite, Winteriscoming.net, HBO has scheduled 'Game of Thrones: A Day In The Life' to be released on 8th February, appearing on both HBO's website and YouTube channel. But before people have a chance to see it, a little speculation is in order. Last year, preceding the fourth series, HBO released 'Ice and Fire: A Foreshadowing' - half an hour of part recap, part teaser. It seems likely that something similar is inbound.
Continue reading: HBO Planning 'Game Of Thrones' Preview In February
Martin Scorsese will direct the first episode of the HBO drama, whilst serving as executive producer.
Martin Scorsese and Terence Winter are teaming up with Rolling Stones legend Mick Jagger for a new untitled rock and roll series for HBO. The drama series will feature a cast including Bobby Cannavale, Ray Romano and Olivia Wilde.
Martin Scorsese will direct the pilot episode of the Rock and Roll series for HBO, whilst acting as executive producer
The press release reads: "Set in 1970's New York, the series will explore the drug and sex fueled music business as punk and disco were breaking out, all through the eyes of a record executive (Cannavale) trying to resurrect his label and find the next new sound."
Continue reading: 'Boardwalk Empire' Team Reassembles For HBO Rock And Roll Series
The late Nirvana frontman’s daughter Frances Bean will executive produce the documentary, while Cobain's widow Courtney Love is not involved.
HBO have announced they will be airing the first ever 'authorised' documentary on late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain. Entitled ‘Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck’, the film has been directed and produced by Brett Morgen, who previously followed The Rolling Stones for ‘Crossfire Hurricane’ in 2012.
'Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck' will show on HBO in 2015
Morgen is said to have been working on the project since 2007, with the cooperation of Cobain’s family. Frances Bean Cobain. the only daughter of the late singer, is serving as an exec producer on the documentary, while HBO has confirmed Courtney Love will not be involved.
Continue reading: 'Kurt Cobain: Montage Of Heck' Documentary Coming To HBO Next Year
HBO could change the whole television landscape with a new streaming service.
Ever keen to get involved in forward-thinking, innovative television, HBO has announced it will launch a streaming video service in 2015 that will not require users to have a cable or satellite subscription. Essentially, it will give Netflix customers - who pay for relatively expensive subscriptions - food for thought. HBO's move could change the whole cable television landscape.
Game of Thrones has been a huge hit for HBO
"This is an enormous breakthrough; consumers will be able to get to pick what they want and they will finally have content companies selling directly to them," said Gene Kimmelman, president public interest group Public Knowledge. "The question is, 'Who is next'? That's trickier because this speaks to the power of HBO's brand to be able to break from the cable bundle."
Continue reading: Trailblazing HBO To Launch Streaming Video Service In 2015
2015 will see the launch of an exclusive streaming service of HBO shows - no pricing or content details as yet.
Television network HBO have announced that they are to launch a stand-alone online streaming service from next year. The network unveiled the potentially game-changing move on Wednesday.
Michelle Fairley, a cast member of HBO's 'Game of Thrones'. Coming to a streaming service soon.
Obviously, viewers have started to consume television shows increasingly through non-cable subscription services such as YouTube and Netflix for some time, and it’s been something that the traditional networks have known about for some years now. Until now, households have retained their expensive subscriptions despite this trend because of access to live sports and for HBO’s huge range of successful shows like ‘Game of Thrones’.
Continue reading: HBO Announces Launch Of Online Streaming Service Next Year
Danielle Sapia and HBO Thursday 4th September 2008 Los Angeles Premiere of HBO's series 'True Blood' at the Cinerama Dome - Arrivals Los Angeles, California
Ben Foster, HBO and Six Feet Under Thursday 10th April 2008 Ben Foster (center) from the HBO series Six Feet Under visits Stew & de' Adre Aziza from the new Broadway musical Passing Strange at the Belasco Theatre.
Deirdre Lovejoy and HBO Friday 4th January 2008 New York Premiere of HBO's 'The Wire' at Chelsea West Cinema New York City, USA
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