We hadn't realized a show by 'Wire' creator David Simon set in post-Katrina New Orleans could be this much fun.
No plot specifics, but lots of shots of things we like.
Plus: Joan Jett biopic "isn't painful" for Joan Jett to watch.
Just a really solid 47 seconds here.
Looks like someone made the life of that Harvard professor who's going to be teaching a class on the show just a bit easier.
What, no 'SpongeBob'?
'Generation Kill' lost all three Emmys it was nominated for last night.
As usual, 'Wire' creator David Simon has a plan to ensure the future of American journalism.
HBO has ordered the first nine episodes of 'Treme.'
Great interview, Bill Moyers, but let's keep the butt-kissing to a minimum next time, mmmkay?
All three of the greatest Davids in premium-cable history are developing shows for the network — but whose are we most excited about?
Plus: 'The Complete History of My Sexual Failures.'
Bubbles: "At the end of the day, I think it’s a great advertisement for weed."
Plus, Pacino does Shakespeare.
Want a fast catch-up on 'The Wire' but don't have 60 consecutive hours?
In a remarkable display of consistency, the TV Academy continued to snub television's best-ever show.
David Simon is making a Lincoln-assassination mini-series!
A handful of 'Wire' vets join Simon's New Orleans–set HBO pilot.
A cogent response to the 'Dickensian' question, thoughts on a 'Wire' movie, and the story of the revolt of Herc and Carver.
As we meet them, the Marines are hanging around Camp Mathilda, indulging their homoerotic impulses and wondering when they’ll get to invade Iraq.
Plus: Who will play opposite Jeremy Piven in the Broadway revival of 'Speed-the-Plow'?
Just like ‘The Wire’'s Scott Templeton, Chuck Philips is a hard-driving reporter with questions of impropriety in his past.
Defending ourselves from the wrath of David Simon.
Three of our unanswered questions are kind of answered!
Plus: David Simon!