It is most definitely “No more Ms. Nice Mother of Dragons” this week, as Dany pours a heaping helping of hellfire mixed with Sweet Revenge on an unsuspecting Lannister army. (Meanwhile, somewhere in Heaven,...
(Warning: This post contains some spoilers from the HBO summer series The Night Of, lots of cat pictures, and one or two very gross pictures of John Turturro’s feet.)
Should Apple jump into the crowded pool of original TV show outlets? Here’s why Apple should ignore the haters and take the plunge.
Will Flight of the Conchords soar once again… right into a theater near you? Here’s why you should hope the answer is yes!
It’s the season finale of True Detective! No one with a “Y” chromosome gets out alive! Because something about masculinity or something. It’s very deep, really. Just trust us.
True Detective stumbles along with dense dialogue, dense characters, and dense plot. (See, we can use words with two meanings, too. Aren’t we smart.) It’s recap time for Episode 7, in which one of our main characters doesn’t make it out alive.
Stop worrying about how HBO will change “Sesame Street,” and start worrying about how “Sesame Street” will change HBO. Only HNTP has the answers.
Party time! Why yes, it is a dark and gritty and morose party filled with existentially tortured individuals delving into sex and violence while twisting in the wind of despair. How did you know?
Our True Detective recap marathon continues with sexual harassment, shocking twists, and a whole lot of bickering over personal finances.
Carnage. Lots and lots of carnage. So much carnage. And some other stuff, but all you’ll really remember is the carnage. Our True Detective recap marathon reaches Day/Episode 4!
It’s day three of our True Detective marathon! We last left Colin Ferrell in a bloody heap with shotgun wounds all over his body, but don’t worry nothing comes of that. Also, there’s lots of police investigation stuff, but nothing comes of that either. Not coming is also a major theme.
Our True Detective Season 2 marathon continues with a recap a day until we catch up. This week, proof that guns don’t kill people. Or at least not people whose names appear in the opening credits. Better luck next time, bird-face!
HNTP is taking on True Detective! One recap a day until we catch up! Please welcome our new recapper Joannes Truyens to the fold as we kick off Season 2 of TV’s most existentially depressing cop show since The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo.
Neil Gaiman’s award-winning fantasy novel American Gods is finally being adapted for television, and the news is good, bad, and ugly. HBO is out of the mix, but the show has a definite god-like ability to keep rising from the dead.
The Wire creator David Simon is teaming up with HBO to bring his trademarked brand of gritty realism to the sex-on-film industry of the 1970s.
How many channels are you paying for that you never, ever watch? The days when viewers would brag how many hundreds of channels they get are 20 years gone, at least. Here is the meager handful of channels viewers say they actually want… and what they’re willing to pay for them.
This week on the Game of Thrones season finale, everybody and their mother dies. Except for Cersei, who learns just how tough (and naked) the Walk of Shame can be. And Dany, who finds herself a brand new army. But everyone else is pretty much dead.
King Stannis learns the meaning of the word “sacrifice,” one of Arya’s prayers is about to be answered, Jon Snow is down to his last friend, and Dany’s got herself a new ride.
The zombies are coming! Zombies warriors! Zombie babies! Zombie moms! Soooo many zombies! Oh, and Tyrion finally gets to meet Dany on the other side of the world. But mostly zombies.
This week, Game of Thrones featured many of the good citizens of Westeros attempting to obtain pardons for their sins (and the sins of others) with highly variable rates of success, ranging from Jorah’s violent but hopeless attempt to win back Dany to Gilly’s much appreciated thank you roll in the hay with Sam.