Director Philip Kaufman's biopic of the writer and his third wife is simultaneously stirring and ridiculous.
Mark Hudis will step in as showrunner.
The pair are finally taking their act to the small screen.
"She followed us home from the train."
The most intense yet.
Good numbers for Game of Thrones and Mad Men, but The Killing has lost its thrill.
HBO has a long, long list of promising, prestigious shows that never quite got off the ground.
In True Detective.
A longer, laugh-ier clip than the teaser.
TV reporter Josef Adalian chooses his favorite ads from the early days of premium cable.
Meanwhile, Girls is holding steady.
But don't worry: Season two is in the bag.
Our eyes get slightly misty as the Danny McBride series draws to a close.
Now that every critic possible has written about it, Lena Dunham's HBO series finally airs its first episode.
Oh, just another Sunday night, watching a kid get knifed in the throat.
Based on an actual man who found his life dull and went to Mexico to rescue kidnapped kids.
A third season is pretty much in the bag now.
Bloody good fun!
This will be better than Studio 60.