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  1. HBO Now Debuts on Apple Devices

    8:47 am 4/7/2015

    The service, which costs $14.99 a month, is now available through Apple or Optimum Online. Read more

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  2. 'Game of Thrones': Emilia Clarke Weighs in on Big Jon Snow Fan Theory

    11:41 am 4/6/2015

    The actress also shares her thoughts on Daenerys potentially meeting Tyrion this season.Read more

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  3. 'Sinatra: All or Nothing at All': TV Review

    8:14 pm 4/4/2015

    The prolific Alex Gibney helms a watchable but superficial tribute to the inimitable Frank Sinatra.Read more

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  4. 10 Most Outrageous 'Mr. Show' Sketches (Video)

    10:00 am 4/4/2015

    Bob Odenkirk and David Cross, who co-fronted the fondly remembered HBO series, are reuniting on Netflix for 'With Bob and David.'Read more

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  5. George R.R. Martin Developing New HBO Series

    11:13 am 4/3/2015

    The series would center on a TV writer in 1949.Read more

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  6. 'Veep' Creator Armando Iannucci on Giving Selina Meyer the Nuke Codes in Season Four

    2:57 am 4/3/2015

    The new season of the Emmy-winning political comedy debuts on HBO April 12.Read more

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  7. HBO Comes to Dish Network's Sling TV

    11:58 am 4/1/2015

    Sling TV will offer HBO video-on-demand for $15 a month ahead of the April 12 premiere of 'Game of Thrones.' Read more

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  8. Kevin Hooks to Direct BET Networks' Nelson Mandela Miniseries (Exclusive)

    1:34 pm 3/31/2015

    Canada's Blue Ice Pictures will co-produce 'Madiba' after installing former HBO exec Mark Levenstein as its new CEO. Read more

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  9. Scientology Exposé 'Going Clear' Is HBO's Biggest Doc Premiere in Almost a Decade

    11:47 am 3/31/2015

    The Alex Gibney feature is the most watched since Spike Lee's four-part report about Hurricane Katrina in 2006.Read more

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  10. HBO Inks Large Content Deal With Vice Media

    10:11 am 3/26/2015

    The deal significantly expands Vice's news programming on HBO over the next four years. Read more

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