09:22 AM EDT 07/19/2016
Originally posted 07/18/2016 01:05PM
Calling into ESPN's Mike & Mike on Friday, Wahlberg opened up about complaints he first received about the HBO series, saying he fielded calls from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell as well as team owners.
"The first season of the show, the only calls I was getting were from guys like Roger Goodell saying, 'You can't do this,' and various owners in the league," said Wahlberg, 45. "What we're saying is, you know, it's actually a good thing for the league and for the players, because if we get the word out there with the crazy stuff and the financial side of it, we can hopefully get these guys to realize that they've got to be more careful with what they do with their money."
Originally posted 07/11/2016 07:25PM
Sharing passwords to computers or online accounts "without authorization" by the system owner is a violation of federal law, the United States Court of Appeals in the Ninth Circuit ruled last Tuesday
Originally posted 07/10/2016 05:05PM
After our collective curiosity was piqued by the real-life crime stories featured in HBO's The Jinx, Serial and Netflix's Making a Murderer, fans of the crime story genre, whether fact or fiction-based, need a new fix.
Confused About Jon Snow's Family Tree After That Big Reveal? HBO Has Released a Handy Chart to Explain
Originally posted 06/30/2016 09:30AM
Warning: Spoilers ahead for last Sunday's season 6 finale of Game of Thrones.
Originally posted 06/22/2016 02:25PM
The sassy Sarah Jessica Parker that we all love is back!
On Wednesday, the Sex and the City star took to Instagram to share a trailer for the HBO comedy Divorce. She captioned the clip: "A long time coming. And a great thrill that my friends @hbo allowed me to share with you the official FIRST look and just a wee appetizer of #DivorceHBO."
Originally posted 06/14/2016 01:25PM
Curb Your Enthusiasm is HBO's longest-running scripted series, with 80 episodes to date
Originally posted 06/08/2016 04:30PM
Bill Simmons is opening up about his very public break-up with his employer of 14 years, ESPN.
Terminally Ill Comedian Quincy Jones Opens Up About Cancer Battle and HBO Special: 'I Can't See Myself Withering Away'
Originally posted 06/01/2016 09:50AM
It's been just over two months since Ellen DeGeneres helped terminally-ill aspiring comedian Quincy Jones land an HBO special – and now, he's just one day away from having his story hit the small screen.
In anticipation of Thursday's Quincy Jones: Burning the Light premiere, Jones, 32, opened up to Entertainment Weekly about his cancer battle, his comedy special and his perspective on life after being diagnosed with stage-4 mesothelioma cancer last year and was told that he has only a year to live.
Of his diagnosis, Jones explained he went through months of testing before his official diagnosis.
"I went in at the end of 2014. My stomach is filled up with ascites, which is fluid in the body," he said. "It's supposed to be circulating to organs but it was backed up in my belly and we didn't know why. After about six or seven months of testing, that's when we came up with the diagnosis that I had cancer. A few months later, they gave me the prognosis of a year."
Sophie Turner on Enduring 'Hard Years' as Her Body Transformed in the Public Eye – and the 'Panic Attack' She Had About the End of Game of Thrones
Originally posted 05/26/2016 01:50PM
The actress, now 20, says in InStyle UK's July cover story that growing up in the public eye while playing Sansa Stark on the hit HBO series was "probably the thing I've struggled with the most."
"At first, it was the character: people hating on her because she was a 13-year-old girl, and she should have a smart head on her shoulders and make good decisions. But, at the end of the day – blinded by love – she didn't," Turner says.
Originally posted 05/09/2016 03:45PM
[YOUTUBE "eJWQbpGKHjk"] Comedian Quincy Jones is one step closer to realizing a lifelong dream – seeing his comedy special hit the airwaves.
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