On Thursday, “Game of Thrones” fans learned the information they have awaited for months: Season 7 of the show will arrive on July 16.
U.S. Rep. Darrell Issa was a guest on "Real Time with Bill Maher" Friday calling for a special prosecutor to investigate alleged contacts between associates of President Donald Trump and Russia during the campaign.
Anderson Cooper opened up to Megyn Kelly tonight about a riveting new documentary and book on his family story.
"Winter is Trumping" has been watched more than 500,000 times in the last few days.
If you've been on the Internet this week, you might have seen something about the cat that strongly resembles Adam Driver, who played villain Kylo Ren of Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Adam in HBO's Girls.
The second part of Megyn Kelly's interveiw with former Scientologist Mike Rinder, on whom an HBO documentary is based, aired on 'The Kelly File' tonight, and the Church of Scientology responded.
Real estate heir Robert Durst was arrested Saturday in New Orleans on murder charges just before the dramatic conclusion of the HBO documentary series, "The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst." In the finale that aired Sunday night, Durst could be heard mumbling on a hot mic, "What the hell did I do? Killed them all, of course."
Last night, HBO celebrated Veterans Day with The Concert for Valor on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., honoring American vets. One of the performers invited? Foul-mouthed rapper Eminem. Well, the results were predictable, as Bill O'Reilly covered in this evening's Tip of the Day.
There were some controversial moments at HBO’s Concert for Valor last night, including Bruce Springsteen’s rendition of famous anti-war song “Fortunate Son” and Eminem’s expletive-laden performance.
During a recent episode of HBO’s vampire drama “True Blood,” vampires invaded a Sen. Ted Cruz fundraiser at the George W. Bush Presidential Library, causing a bloodbath in which attendees and security guards are shot dead in front of large posters of Cruz and President George W. Bush.
This week on “Media Buzz,” Howard Kurtz asked panelists if they think HBO’s “Girls” and Lena Dunham are overhyped?
Former “Sopranos” cast member, Vince Curatola, reacted to the news that his friend James Gandolfini died today at age 51. Gandolfini famously played Tony Soprano on the hit show. HBO confirmed his death, saying that he died while on vacation in Italy of a possible heart attack.