‘Game of Thrones’ final season’s budget is $15 million per episode. That’s a lot of blue dragon flames, dude
Game of Thrones‘ final season budget is fucking staggering, dude. HBO is going to be barfing up $15 million per episode to send their flagship series off.
That Game of Thrones Prequel series that has been bandied about for a couple of years is still in development, according to HBO.
Game of Thrones has an end date, folks. Season 8. To me, this is a good thing. There is an end identified, the writers know how many seasons they have, how many episodes they have, and can begin steering the big nihilistic bastard towards its finish line.
Remember Westworld? That HBO adaptation of the Crichton science-fiction thriller? It got some weird ass teaser trailer a while back. Then it got some rumors swirling around it about waivers extras were signing to be a part of some robot orgy. Seriously. Then, news was, production had shut the fuck down. But the show lives! And it’s arriving this Fall.
HBO has revealed the Drop Date for their beefy trifecta of programming that usually carries us through the Spring and into the Summer. April 24!
When Zack Snyder ruined Watchmen, one of my sole sources of solace was the desperate rationalization, “Well, it couldn’t really be done in a movie, anyways. It needed to be a mini-series. Or a premium channel television show.” But now Zack Snyder wants to ruin this excuse for me, for he is apparently trying to ruin the comic series in televised format.
This is for you, Johnny Hotsauce. Know that I meant to post about it earlier, and somehow I forgot to save it in my Feedly articles. But yes. Rejoice, rejoice in the fact that Deadwood may suffer a glorious rebirth upon the silver screen. (And a movie coming may very well be the push I need to indulge this work of art.)
Sesame Street is moving to HBO, and I can’t help but feel like that sucks. Taking such a wonderful show for children available on PBS and putting it behind a paywall feels like a green-tinted shade of capitalist bullshit! Just saying.