Video: Nearly a month after HBO unveiled the first eerie teasers for The Leftovers' third and final season, we have the closest thing yet to a trailer for the apocalyptic drama. And if you thought the mass disappearance of season one was bad, get ready for more Biblical-style drama to come.
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Everyone's excited about Game of Thrones, but HBO has another, less epic fantasy, series that's also been consistently great: Silicon Valley. It returns to HBO for its fourth season in the States on April 23 and will, hopefully, turn up on the Comedy Channel locally. HBO has released a short teaser that is rather interesting — and a little confusing — given how season three ended. Spoilers ahead if you're not up-to-date with the show!
The Young Pope is HBO's delightfully absurd new drama that aims to finally answer the Church's oldest question: What if the pope was a young, chain-smoking bully with a hot bod and a twisted thirst for power? Despite its prestige television presentation, the show is a lot more Twin Peaks than House of Cards. In the end, however, The Young Pope finds its closest spiritual companion in last year's Suicide Squad.
Shortening the final two seasons of Game of Thrones seems, on its face, to be a bad thing. All previous seasons included 10 episodes, but the next two will only have seven or eight each. Overall, we're getting less Game of Thrones than usual! But one of the show's stars has a very good explanation as to why having shorter seasons is actually a good thing.
Season two of HBO's The Leftovers ended almost exactly a year ago by bringing karaoke king Kevin Garvey (Justin Theroux) back to life —and making it seem like Jarden, Texas was going to be his permanent home, sweet, home. But the first tidbits from the show's third and final season suggest that might not be true.