He’ll have little screen time, but his role will be important.
They have to keep making the show until the fans (unanimously) agree to allow the actors and crew to stop.
There’s no doubt he turned some heads.
Life finds a way.
It’s a deal pretty similar in scope to the one he had at ESPN.
A puppet show called ‘Bears in Space’.
Who knew people loved sports, boats, and cocaine so much?
These things really should have lightning rounds.
Just keep him away from the programming, unless you want wall-to-wall 80s movies.
It’s almost impressive how they sucked so much fun out of a great premise.
It seems HBO didn’t like what they saw.
It sounds like we’ll get the documentary without the cheesy Foo Fighters songs at the end.
How’d they resist?
Well, that was awesome.
SMILE, GUYS! You’re on a hit TV show!
Chris Rock knows a little something about stand-up.
This could mean paychecks for SO MANY 80s BANDS.
We’ve reached peak Internet.
This sounds like a very high-concept TV series. TOO high-concept.
Jack Black tones it down a bunch for this political comedy.
HBO is not too good for a pot comedy set in Brookyln.
Is it possible to pull a ‘Misery’ on both George R.R. Martin and the showrunners?
Ironic barbecues pair well with a post-rapture culture.
Now you don’t have to look to the books for spoilers.
Something tells me this will work out pretty well for all involved.
Don’t make them send Omar.
It looks just as awesome as you would expect.
It turns out they don’t agree with it.
He’ll be focusing on finishing ‘Winds of Winter’.