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Season 3 Games of Thrones Premiere’s 3.31.13 Watch Extended Trailer (Video) #TVTIME101 #GamesOfThrones

Posted by ImaJustSaying on March 4, 2013

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The new season of “Games of Thrones” premieres on March 31, 2013 on HBO and we have an extended trailer which in my opinion is not enough.  I am eager to see how the wee dragons have grown and we even have a terrorizing bear.  OH MY!
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HBO Cinema Verite Preview – An American Family

Posted by ImaJustSaying on April 21, 2011


Cinema Verite is an upcoming American television film produced by HBO Films and starring Diane Lane and Tim Robbins. The film tells the story of the filming of An American Family, a 1973 PBS documentary television series that followed the lives of the Loud family. An American Family has been called one of the earliest examples of the reality television genre. Principal photography was completed in Southern California, with additional filming in New York City, in summer 2010. James Gandolfini and Kathleen Quinlan co-star in the film.   The film will debut on HBO on April 23, 2011.

The series was famous for not only capturing the idea of the American nuclear family in the early 70s, but for chronicling the members’ many problems — and even causing a few. James Gandolfini (one of HBO’s current heroes) stars as Gilbert, a guy who created an entire television genre. The Louds are played by Tim Robbins, Diane Lane, Thomas Dekker, Caitlin Custer, Nick Eversman and Justified‘s little Kaitlyn Dever. And in a casting stroke-of-genius side note, look for James Urbaniak as Dick Cavett.

An American Family presented the TV nation with divorce, homosexuality… real issues they weren’t seeing on popular sitcoms (um, The Brady Bunch) at that same time. In 2002, TV Guide listed the 12-episode series at #32 on their 50 Greatest TV Shows of All Time.

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HBO Special in Comedy: “Talking Funny” with Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock, Louis C.K. and Ricky Gervais

Posted by ImaJustSaying on April 21, 2011


Tomorrow night HBO will air what looks to be one of the funniest conversations among comedians we will ever see: “Talking Funny” with Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock, Louis C.K. and Ricky Gervais.

The special is unique in that it doesn’t have a host or moderator. It’s just four comedy legends matching wits, talking shop and making each other laugh in a purely conversational manner. Check out the exclusive preview below and find it on HBO when it airs on April 22.

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HBO “The Ricky Gervais Show” – BOYZ sneeky peeky

Posted by ImaJustSaying on March 26, 2011

Do any of you folks appreciate Ricky Gervais or watched his HBO Show?    For those of you who don’t, let me catch you up to speed.

The Ricky Gervais Show is a comedy audio show in the UK starring Ricky Gervais, Stephen Merchant, and Karl Pilkington, later adapted into an animated televised version debuting for HBO  in 2010. The show started in November 2001 on Xfm, and aired in weekly periods for months at a time throughout 2002, 2003, 2004, and mid-2005. In November 2005, Guardian Unlimited offered the show as a podcast series of 12 shows.  Throughout January and February 2006, the podcast was consistently ranked the number one podcast in the world; it appeared in the 2007 Guinness World Record for the world’s most downloaded podcast, having gained an average of 261,670 downloads per episode during its first month.  According to the BBC, by September 2006, the podcasts of the series had been downloaded “nearly 8 million” times.

Gervais and Merchant (despite Karl’s protests) filled the show with sexual innuendos, in which they used the term “cock” multiple times. During later shows both Gervais and Merchant pointed out that they got into trouble with the radio authority for using the word “cock”, the pair often joked how it was acceptable to say “cock” referring to the male bird but not say “cock” referring to a penis.  When Ricky brought in a tin of “Cock Soup” then he and Steve made obvious sexual innuendos about the soup, while maintaining they were referring to “cock as in the bird”, and later the two played with the name of philosopher Immanuel Kant and its obvious similarity in sound to the word “cxnt”.

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New HBO Series – “Mildred Pierce” & “Game of Thrones”

Posted by ImaJustSaying on March 23, 2011

Mildred Pierce is a five-part mini-series due to premier Sunday night by HBO on this Sunday March 27 2011.

Adapted from James M. Cain’s 1941 novel of the same name,  it is directed by Todd Haynes and stars Kate Winslet in the title role, alongside Guy Pearce and Evan Rachel Wood.   Carter Burwell  has written the original score for the series.

The series stars Winslet as a divorcee and single mother attempting to make ends meet while gaining her daughters’ respect during the Great Depression. Joan Crawford starred in the 1945 film also based on the book and snagged a best actress Oscar — her only Academy Award — for the role. 

Oscar-winner Melissa Leo,  plays Mildred’s friend Lucy Gessler and Evan Rachel Wood, who stars as Mildred’s disgusted and rebellious daughter, Veda Pierce.  Morgan Turner plays the younger version of Veda, while Quinn McColgan plays Pierce’s younger daughter, Ray. Their father Bert Pierce is played by Brian O’Byrne.

Mare Winningham, who plays Mildred’s friend Ida Corwin.


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