We should have seen it coming. HBO, not one to pass up merchandise licensing opportunities that yield things like action figures and bobbleheads, released a watch for its racy and violent fantasy series, "Game of Thrones." A watch was only a matter of time.
As Microsoft gets ready to release its Xbox One later this year, the crucial battle for players will be fought outside the U.S. where the console lags. Yet many of the new features the company touted yesterday won't win over global gamers.
Michael J. Fox left prime-time television more than a decade ago to focus on his battle with Parkinson’s disease. Now he’s back, with the help of drugs that keep his own shaking from the illness mostly under control.
Tom Chadwick, the aimless, hard-luck bloke at the heart of director Christopher Guest’s endearing faux-documentary HBO comedy “Family Tree,” will grasp at any straw linking him to his brave, fearless ancestors.
Brandon Freiman was sizing up water investments for KKR & Co.’s $4.6 billion infrastructure fund in 2011 when he came across a debt-burdened New Jersey city that Tony Soprano skirts by to open the Time Warner Inc. HBO series.
Time Warner Inc., owner of cable networks TNT and HBO, posted first-quarter sales that missed estimates as advertising dropped in part because of a later schedule for college basketball’s biggest event.