Like he did with his '90s cult series 'Fishing With John,' artist and musician John Lurie subverts expectations with his weird-as-hell new show.
Dorothy Otnow Lewis's research into murderous urges is featured in 'Crazy, Not Insane,' a new HBO documentary from Academy Award-winning director Alex Gibney.
Produced by Nathan Fielder, the HBO documentary comedy series captures the chaos and heart of the people living in New York City.
We spoke to Madison Hamburg about his new HBO docuseries, 'Murder on Middle Beach,' which chronicles his mother's unsolved killing.
HBO's docuseries 'The Vow' makes clear that NXIVM was filled with Hollywood types—but why was the cult so good at recruiting them?
'Sex and the City' continues to have a cult following in China and Miranda, a financially independent, Ivy League-educated lawyer, is an icon to women who are still expected to give up their careers and marry before 30.
The HBO series based on the late Michelle McNamara's book depicts the many victims impacted by Golden State Killer Joseph DeAngelo.
The 1939 classic film's "racist depictions were wrong then and are wrong today," an HBO Max spokesperson said.
After the city's "stay home" guidelines were put place in the middle of the season, the show feels like a pleasant alternate universe.
Larry David's strip-mall "spite store" is a comforting reminder of a time when we had the luxury of caring about trivial things. And it's exactly what we need when this is all over.