HBO Chief On 'Game of Thrones'' Violence, 'True Detective's' Quality and 'Curb's' Future
Programming president Michael Lombardo also addressed the competition — and the fate of Jon Snow.
Both of HBO's David Fincher Shows in Jeopardy
The 'House of Cards' creator's music video comedy is still on pause as the premium cable network attempts to salvage drama 'Utopia,' too.
HBO Boss Blasts Starz's 'Ballers' Dig, Asks: "What's 'Survivor's Remorse'?"
"We make this for the consumer and I really feel a vote of confidence from them," HBO programming president Michael Lombardo said at TCA.
Fox Yanks 'Knock Knock Live'
The Ryan Seacrest-hosted series has been pulled after just two episodes.
HBO Defends 'True Detective' Season 2, Praises 'Spectacular' Pizzolatto
"I'd happily be in business with him for a long time," Michael Lombardo says of the show's creator.
Relativity TV’s Tom Forman Addresses Staff: "Ignore the Noise" of Bankruptcy
With series like 'Limitless' and 'Catfish,' the company's TV division becomes one of its prime assets.
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'Rookie Blue' Eyes a Happily Ever After
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'I Am Cait': TV Review
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'Home Free': TV Review
Nine couples compete to win the home of their dreams in FOX's new reality series.
'White People': TV Review
MTV attempts to stoke the cultural conversation with a superficial doc about race in America.
'Descendants': TV Review
The children of Disney villains are the heroes in the newest offering from director and choreographer Kenny Ortega.