Delve behind the scenes of the HBO drama series 'Game of Thrones' in this special featuring interviews, clips from the show, and more.
A fascinating insider's tour of Chicago's famed Prohibition speakeasies with cast members from 'Boardwalk Empire.'
Bid farewell to 'Boardwalk Empire' with this fascinating look at the hit series as it enters its fifth and final season. Join show creator Terence Winter, star Steve Buscemi and other pivotal cast and crew members as they reflect on their characters, favorite scenes, the stellar period costumes & sets--and even their feelings on learning they are about to be whacked.
Guest: Jane Goodall. Topics: sugar; Toronto politician Doug Ford, Jr.
Series Finale. After a shakeup, Nucky looks to relocate to Manhattan from Atlantic City. Margaret impresses Nucky; Luciano tends to unfinished business while establishing a mob commission; Capone grapples with tax-evasion charges; Nucky visits Gillian at the hospital. In 1897, Nucky copes with a family crisis while making a deal with the Commodore that will settle his future.
Guests: James Risen, Chloe Maxmin, John Avlon, Mary Matalin, Dr. Cornel West.
A transient town where few are born and raised, Washington, D.C. is in many ways a city of extremes. Dave Grohl sits down with Trouble Funks' Big Tony Fisher to talk about D.C.'s Go-Go music. He also chats with Don Zientara, owner of Inner Ear Studio, members of the punk band Bad Brains; and Ian MacKaye of Teen Idles, Minor Threat and Fugazi, who all recorded at Inner Ear.
Vince's movie is re-imagined as a TV film starring Drama. Ari takes Lloyd on a recon mission. Turtle can't get Alex on the phone. Eric receives a surprising voicemail from Sloan; and Andrew Dice Clay, Drama's co-star on 'Johnny's Bananas,' needs representation.
With her son's future at stake, Carmela puts in some extra time with his college advisor, Robert Wegler. Meanwhile, Tony Blundetto realizes it's hard doing business with strangers, and A.J. concludes there's no place like home.
Behind on rent and resentful of the literary success of a former classmate (Jenny Slate), Hannah starts work at Grumpy Cafe and does a reading hosted by a former professor (Michael Imperioli). Marnie finds it increasingly difficult to support Hannah financially and emotionally. Jessa is confronted by her former boss, and Shoshanna goes on a day date with an online match.
Samantha's late-night visitors are seen as the cause when an old woman in her apartment building is robbed. Miranda finds out that she has an STD. Carrie learns that romance isn't dead when Aidan decides to wait until the time is right to do the much-anticipated deed.
Marlo forges an alliance with a drug connect, who shows him a new communications trick. McNulty's case gets increased attention from the newspaper, thanks to the addition of Templeton to the reporting team. Dukie turns to Cutty and Michael to hone his self-defense skills; Clay Davis finds a new ally; Omar shows patience as Marlo throws out his bait.
Abandoned by Jefferson for retaining Washington's cabinet, President Adams holds firm on keeping the nation out of war, despite French aggression and pro-war sentiment among his advisors. Abigail urges him to sign the controversial Alien and Sedition Acts, seeing them as a way to preserve domestic security. Meanwhile, Adams faces a crisis at home.
Aunt Mimi and Davis form a record company and sign rapper Katey Red; Janette makes her dramatic departure from Restaurant Brulard; Antoine reluctantly lands a teaching job.
Eric, Ari and Bob Ryan pitch The Ramones project to the studios, but Ari and Bob clash when both vie for the driver's seat. Turtle covets some limited-edition sneakers and Vince helps him work every connection to get a pair. It's finally the first day of shooting on Drama's new pilot. Will he overcome his nerves or will he blow it?
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