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8.24.17
4.18.17

RIP 'Girls', tv-serien som nästan alla missförstod

Karaktärerna i Lena Dunhams HBO-produktion kanske inte hade så mycket självkännedom, men det hade i alla fall serien.

1.23.17

Revisiting Creepypasta, the Social Horror Craze That Launched Slenderman

HBO’s documentary ‘Beware the Slenderman’ premieres this week, detailing the real-world consequences of a collaborative online nightmare machine.

12.8.16

​What the Hell Is Going to Happen in Season Two of 'Westworld'?

The bloody conclusion to the first season leaves us with a wide-open world and a whole lot of questions.

12.6.16

So, Let's Talk About That 'Westworld' Finale

The season one finale was predictable, but still excellent.

10.25.16

'Westworld' Keeps Getting More Brutal, Dark, and Watchable

Everyone keeps dying over and over, but HBO's popular new show only gets more riveting.

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10.18.16

Cheer Up, at Least You're Not a Robot on 'Westworld'

The latest episode of 'Westworld' featured intensity, mystery, and menace—with a dash of skull-crushery.

10.12.16

The Second Episode of 'Westworld' Sets Up a Brutal Battle Between Good and Evil

HBO's drama about a futuristic Wild West amusement park just got deeper and bloodier.

10.4.16

​The First Episode of 'Westworld' Was a Gorgeous, Sweeping Bloodbath

The much-awaited premiere of HBO's sci-fi series about a robotic cowboy theme park started off with a bang.

9.30.16

How the Creators of 'Westworld' Built a Violent World of Robot Cowboys

We talked to 'Westworld' showrunners Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy about bringing their expansive futuristic vision to life.

7.21.16

John Bradley of 'Game of Thrones' Told Us About How His Nice Face Can Hide Inner Evil

The 'Traders' actor's take on Samwell Tarly—the nicest man in Westeros—is surprisingly dark.

7.13.16

‘The Night Of’ Is Everything a Crime Show Should Be

HBO's latest glossy crime show is powerful, tense, and a rare examination of what it's really like to be arrested in America.

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