"Carcosa? Is that what I said? I meant Costco."
HBO is offering a free 30-day trial through iTunes, after which each month of the streaming service will cost $14.99, but free you from the guilt of borrowing someone else's HBO Go password.
The service has arrived just in time for the premiere of season 5 of Game of Thrones. Hopefully it fares better than HBO Go did for a lot of last season:
HBO documentary series The Jinx told the story about a mega-rich person of interest, Robert Durst, who many believe responsible for several murders. It ended its short run last month and received a load of attention and acclaim.
Since then, Fred Durst, lead singer of the somehow-still-around Limp Bizkit, has increasingly been confused with the eccentric millionaire. And Fred Durst has grown afraid an association with the alleged killer will sully his reputation.
In preparation for his upcoming HBO special, Will Ferrell took to MLB's spring training.
Wearing both a Chicago Cubs and Los Angeles Angels uniform, he practiced some pitch coaching and a little bit of deep fielding as well.
The acclaimed director known for films like Requiem for a Dream, Black Swan, and most recently, Noah, has recently started development with HBO on a new series based on Margaret Atwood's highly-acclaimed futuristic book trilogy.
The project, based on Margaret Atwood's novel trilogyOryx and Crake (2003), Year Of The Flood (2009), and MaddAddam (2013) is set in the mid-21st century in a world where corporations have taken over for governments and the genetic modification of organisms is perversely ubiquitous. It centers on the events before and after a Waterless Flood that wipes out almost all of the world's population and follows an extensive cast of characters, including those responsible for the apocalypse and those struggling to survive it.
Atwood will serve as a consulting producer on the new project. Aronofsky and his team are currently meeting with writers.
Looks like the conspiracy-theorists are rallying around this and fleshing out theories from this new piece of potential book-spoiling details from showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss' knowledge about the final two books.
With the show and books starting to form more clearly defined story paths, do you think the HBO will spoil the book series before our faithful captain, George R.R. Martin can finally give us his ending?