Every spring since 2011, HBO has been able to rely on the new season of Game of Thrones and the audience surge that show provides. Last year, Season 6 helped the series become the network's most-watched series ever, with an average of 25 million viewers on all platforms.
Marketers and consumers alike are reeling from a year of deep division and chaos. "WTF just happened?" is the first question we're asking ourselves followed by, "Where do we go from here?"
While Netflix's Stranger Things took over social TV conversations over the summer, HBO's Westworld dominated the fall.
While HBO surged back ahead of the streaming services in this year's Golden Globe nominations, the biggest TV story was the influx of new shows—including This Is Us, Westworld and Atlanta— that shook up this year's categories.
Adweek’s annual Young Influentials party sponsored by Popsugar in New York honored a fresh batch of under-40 talent from companies like ABC, IBM and Annalect. Elsewhere, Hulu and HBO celebrated […]
Even after 15 years of being in business, not many people had heard of Wpromote because, like most search advertising agencies, it operates in stealth mode for high-profile clients such as Toyota and Marriott.
On the night before the 2016-17 TV season began, the television industry honored its very best shows and actors at the 68th Emmy Awards—and the broadcast networks once again found themselves dominated by cable and streaming networks.
What if brand mascots weren't chipper or cheerful? What if, instead of smiling ear to ear while trying to hock Energizer or McDonald's, they were jaded, even sadistic?That's the world GQ has imagined in a new digital short featuring Danny McBride and Walton Goggins—two actors so perfect for showcasing the dark underbelly of any world that it's easy to imagine they aren't even acting here.
For the past year, the only way to get to Sesame Street—and watch new episodes featuring Elmo, Big Bird, Cookie Monster and the rest of the gang—was by subscribing to HBO, which has exclusive first-run rights to the show through 2020. But starting in September, Sprout is offering fans a new way to see two of those characters without subscribing to the premium cable network.
Almost five years after wrapping Season 8 of Curb Your Enthusiasm, Larry David is finally preparing to begin production of another season of his HBO comedy. But while Season 9 is scheduled to film this fall, some of Curb's most famous co-stars are still waiting to hear if, and when, they'll return to the show.