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    Game of Thrones

    Game of Thrones

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    Game of Thrones is an HBO adaptation of American author George R.R. Martin's epic fantasy novel series published by HarperCollins,A Song of Ice and Fire. The show explores a medieval-like fantasy world with its plethora of characters all struggling in the only game that matters--the game of thrones. And in this game you either win or you die, there is no middle ground.moreless
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    True Blood

    True Blood

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    Vampires not only exist, but the entire world knows about them. Since a Japanese scientist's invention of synthetic blood, vampires have progressed from legendary monsters to fellow citizens overnight. And while humans have been safely removed from the menu, many people remain apprehensive about vampires living amongst them in Louisiana. In the southern town of Bon Temps, a local barmaid named Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) understands what it's like to be an outcast. Cursed with the ability to listen in on people's thoughts, she's also open-minded about the integration of vampires. She is especially intrigued by Bill Compton(Stephen Moyer), a handsome 173-year-old living up the road. But as Sookie is drawn into a series of mysteries surrounding Bill's arrival in Bon Temps, that tolerance will be put to the test. Other town residents include Sookie's best friend Tara (Rutina Wesley), her slow-witted older brother Jason (Ryan Kwanten) and her shape-shifting boss Sam (Sam Trammell). Six Feet Under's creator Alan Ball created this sexy horror show based on the novels by Charlaine Harris.moreless
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    True Detective

    True Detective

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    As part of a review into a 17 year-old ritualistic murder, the detectives that worked the case and apparently solved it are brought in to give statements. In narratives between split 2012 and 1995, Rust Cohle (Matthew McConaughey) and Martin Hart (Woody Harrelson) narrate their story, reopening unhealed wounds in the process.moreless
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    Boardwalk Empire

    Boardwalk Empire

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    Based on Nelson Johnson's book Boardwalk Empire: The Birth, High Times and Corruption of Atlantic City, this HBO drama project tells the legendary tale of the gambling mecca's origins. This show stars Steve Buscemi and Michael Pitt. Writing credits will go to The Sopranos' Terence Winter while Entourage pair Mark Wahlberg and Stephen Levinson will produce.moreless
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    The Newsroom

    The Newsroom

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    The Newsroom is the tale of a fictional cable news program with a lofty goal: bring back integrity and journalism to the news. The team takes on a Don Quixote-like belief in the ideals of a bygone era where journalism was facts, not opinion. As their quest plays out against the reality of ratings and public opinion, their successes and failures are magnified. Behind this aspiration is the reality of a work place where romances, betrayals, competitions, and corporate expectations add to already stressful jobs.

    Will McAvoy (Jeff Daniels) is a complacent news anchor who is shocked back to life by a public breakdown and the arrival of his ex-love MacKenzie McHale (Emily Mortimer), one of the best executive producers in the business. She is hired by Charlie Skinner (Sam Waterston), president of the news division at ACN, who cheers on the transformation he orchestrated. Will is supported by his former EP Don Keefer (Thomas Sadoski) who jumped ship for the 10 pm show; Jim Harper (John Gallagher, Jr.), the new senior producer who came with MacKenzie from a war zone; Maggie Jordan (Alison Pill), a newbie associate producer whose personal life affects her work; Sloan Sabbith (Olivia Munn), a beautiful and brilliant economics expert who works to become an anchor; and Neal Sampat (Dev Patel), whose coverage of the London subway bombings landed him a job maintaining Will's social media presence but who longs to break a big story.

    Created by Oscar- and Emmy-winning writer Aaron Sorkin. Aaron Poul, Scott Rudin and Aaron Sorkin serve as executive producers for this HBO Entertainment production.


    Program Notes:
    Season one's opening titles used a somewhat majestic theme by Thomas Newman, black-and-white pictures of journalism greats including Edward R. Murrow and Walter Cronkite, and clips from season one's first few episodes to identify the regular cast. Each episode focused on an 18-month-old real major news story. Ten episodes were ordered.

    Season two's titles were overhauled during the break. A modified theme by Newman began with a syncopated piano that merged into part of the old theme with orchestral backup that continued the jazz-influenced remix. The pictures of journalists and cast clips were replaced with shots of New York, work at the studio and clips of disasters. The episodes continued with past news stories, but they were in the background. The overarching storyline was a broadcast where the story turned out to be false, and the ramifications thereof. Nine episodes were ordered.

    Season three's titles used season two's title sequence. The episodes continued the 18-month delay of real news stories against two overarching storylines; a whistle blower story that attracts the attention of the feds, and how – after Genoa – can ACN win back the trust of its viewers. Six episodes were ordered.

    On January 13, 2014, HBO announced the truncated season three order and that it was the final season. This was a relatively long delay, as HBO announced the second season during season one. Sorkin's scheduling conflicts were blamed for the delay as his film career interfered with his television responsibilities. In this case, the script for the feature Jobs had to be completed before Sorkin could return to the show.

    Broadcast History (All times E/P):
    Season 3 – Sunday, 9:00 pm
    Seasons 1-2 – Sunday, 10:00 pm

    Awards:
    2014 Emmy Awards (66th)
    Nominated – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series (Jeff Daniels)
    Nominated – Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series (Jane Fonda)

    2013 Emmy Awards (65th)
    Won – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series (Jeff Daniels)
    Nominated – Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series (Jane Fonda)
    Nominated – Outstanding Main Title Design

    2013 Golden Globes
    Nominated – Best Television Series – Drama
    Nominated – Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Drama (Jeff Daniels)moreless
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    Looking

    Looking

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    Looking is an American comedy-drama television series about a group of gay friends living in San Francisco.
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    In Treatment

    In Treatment

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    Paul, a psychotherapist played by Gabriel Byrne, is the picture of insightful perfection when dealing with his patients, but he becomes a raging ball of issues during his own therapy sessions. In Treatment is based on a successful Israeli television series and is produced by HBO, Closest to the Hole Productions and Leverage Management.moreless
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    Treme

    Treme

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    Premiere Date: April 11th, 2010. This musician-themed HBO TV series is set in a New Orleans neighborhood. From the creator who brought you The Wire (David Simon), "Treme" follows the lives of struggling artists and musicians in aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
    "Treme" refers to one of the oldest neighborhoods in New Orleans where the African-American and Creole culture come together.
    The cast of "Treme" includes: Wendell Pierce as Antoine Batiste, Clarke Peters as Albert Lambreaux, Khandi Alexander as Ladonna Batiste, Steve Zahn as Davis Rogan, Kim Dickens as Janette Desautel, Rob Brown as Delmond Lambreaux and Melissa Leo.moreless
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    Tell Me You Love Me

    Tell Me You Love Me

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    HBO (ended 2007)
    This relationship drama brings viewers into the lives of three couples in committed relationships with intimacy problems. Jamie and Hugo are engaged and having doubts about fidelity, Carolyn and Palek are trying to have a baby, while Katie and David are parents who can't find time for sex. All three couples find themselves in therapy with a psychologist, Dr. May Foster. The show was created by Cynthia Mort; the pilot will be directed by Patricia Rozema, and will be executive produced by Gavin Polone and Vivian Cannon. Tell Me You Love Me is a production of Home Box Office (HBO) in association with Pariah Production.moreless
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    Carnivale

    Carnivale

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    Carnivale. The credits alone were the most costly and timely to make. The show does not lack in the quality that the credits bring. Set in the 1930s Dust Bowl, 18-year old Ben Hawkins finds himself all alone in this world when his mother passes on. But a travelling Carnivale takes him in. We also see the story of Brother Justin, a priest who is trying to find his way in the world. Little do Ben and Justin know, but they are to fight in a biblical battle. With help on the side (Ben with the carnie folk (Sofie, Libby, Apollonia, Ruthie, Samson, Lila, Lodz, Management) and Justin with his sister, Iris) they find out which side each are on and try to battle with the other for what they believe.moreless
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    Angry Boys

    Angry Boys

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    The latest project from comedian Chris Lilley (Summer Heights High, We Can Be Heroes) is a 12-part mockumentary which puts the male species under the microscope to explore what it means to be a guy in the 21st century. A joint production between the ABC (Australia), the BBC and HBO, the series went into pre-production on October 5, 2009 -- shooting in locations around Australia, the UK and USA. Originally slated to premiere in 2010, the series in now expected to air in 2011.moreless
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    Elizabeth I

    Elizabeth I

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    Elizabeth I is a two-part mini-series starring Helen Mirren and Jeremy Irons and exploring the private and public life of Elizabeth I and her struggle to stay afloat in a male-dominated world.moreless
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    The Leftovers

    The Leftovers

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    Based on the new novel,The Leftovers,by Tom Perrotta, the series will show what happens in a town after the Rapture occurs.
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    Epitafios

    Epitafios

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    This is an original production from HBO Latin America. Five years after a hostage situation where four students were tragically burned alive, a man starts to kill people related to the case. Eugenio Benítez (the sheriff), Laura Santini (a psychologist) and Renzo Márquez (a retired policeman who now works as a taxi driver) become caught up in the maelstrom of the new crimes due to their involvement with the course of the original crime.moreless
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    Hijos del Carnaval

    Hijos del Carnaval

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    Hijos del Carnaval (Filhos do Carnaval), meaning "Sons of the Carnival" in English, is a show produced by HBO for HBO Latin America and HBO Brasil. The show launched on March of 2006. Hijos del Carnival is based in a favela, or slum-like neighborhood, in Rio de Janiero. It centers around the life of a character named Anesio Gebara (Jece Valadao), a 75 year old man who owns a samba school and is a banker for an illegal lottery house called "Animal Lottery". Anesio has 4 older sons, 2 of which are his own: Anesinho (Felipe Camargo), Claudinho (Enrique Diaz), Brown (Rodrigo dos Santos), and Nilo (Thogum). The series opens with the celebration of Anesio's 75th birthday. As the family is getting together for a celebration, they hear the most tragic news: Anesinho, the eldest son, has committed suicide. Incidentally, Anesinho was Anesio's favorite son. For the remainder of the series, the remaining 'bastard' sons try to replace Anesinho, but they realize his shoes aren't easy to fill.moreless
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    The Amazing Race 25 All or Nothing
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    Caught on Camera With Nick Cannon Viral
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    Dateline NBC In the Dead of Night
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    20/20
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