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  • 'Game of Thrones' finale sets ratings record

    'Game of Thrones' finale sets ratings record
    HBO's "Game of Thrones" continues to grow in popularity, with Sunday's fifth-season finale drawing the show's largest audience ever -- despite going up against the NBA Finals in most of the country. According to Nielsen "live plus same-day" estimates,...
  • HBO makes it official: 'Veep' leaving Maryland after four years

    HBO makes it official: 'Veep' leaving Maryland after four years
    "Veep," HBO's Emmy Award-winning political satire, is leaving Maryland for Los Angeles, HBO announced Thursday. “After four years and a long deliberation we have decided to move the production of ‘Veep' to Los Angeles,” the channel...
  • 'Game of Thrones' is week's top drama

    The shock-filled season finale of "Game of Thrones" on HBO reigned as television's most-watched drama during a week when many eyes were watching the gripping NBA Finals between the Warriors and Cavaliers. The Nielsen company said 8.1 million people...
  • Andrew Dice Clay stays bold in comedy comeback

     Andrew Dice Clay stays bold in comedy comeback
    His comedy is raw and street-tough, with the horsepower of a menacing motorcycle. So it is no surprise that Andrew Dice Clay looks back at his accomplishments with a certain sense of bravado. "What I created was comedic history," Clay said in a recent...
  • Is 'Game of Thrones' still too medieval to win an Emmy?

    Is 'Game of Thrones' still too medieval to win an Emmy?
    As fans still absorb the various body blows delivered by Sunday's season finale, some are no doubt wondering whether "Game of Thrones" - a four-time Emmy best-drama nominee - can break its drought in terms of actually winning? If history is any guide, it'...
  • 'Ballers' on HBO aims to be rare sports-themed series with winning game plan

    'Ballers' on HBO aims to be rare sports-themed series with winning game plan
    The record-breaking ratings accompanying the tsunami of recent sports blockbusters, from the NBA Finals to the Stanley Cup playoffs to the Triple Crown to the Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao bout, proves one of life's most undeniable truths —...
  • Showtime streaming service will launch in early July

    Showtime streaming service will launch in early July
    Premium cable network Showtime will be available as a standalone Internet streaming service starting in early July. The exact date was not revealed in the Wednesday announcement of the service, but Showtime said it will coincide with the July 12...
  • Was 'The Wire' just another obstacle standing in the way of the city?

    Was 'The Wire' just another obstacle standing in the way of the city?
    Watching Baltimore try to brand itself over the past 20 years would be high melodrama if you didn’t actually live here. And we’re getting a reminder of that this week as HBO Home Video releases a 20-disc box set of the complete “The...
  • 'Veep' and 'American Horror Story' among shows relocating to California

    'Veep' and 'American Horror Story' among shows relocating to California
    Taking a step to win back production that has fled Hollywood, California has lured four TV shows from other states, including "American Horror Story" and "Veep," the HBO political comedy starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus. The four shows were among nearly a...
  • What if 'Veep' elects to leave?

    What if 'Veep' elects to leave?
    The HBO comedy "Veep" has been a big success for its network, its producers and its stars including Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who plays the title character, a former Maryland senator and presidential candidate propelled into the vice presidency and now the...
  • For good TV this summer, stream it

    For good TV this summer, stream it
    The world of television tipped more deeply than ever in the digital direction last week when NBC debuted its new drama "Aquarius" starring David Duchovny and made all 13 episodes instantly available online. It was the first time any network had gone...