A fascinating insider's tour of Chicago's famed Prohibition speakeasies with cast members from 'Boardwalk Empire.'
Delve behind the scenes of the HBO drama series 'Game of Thrones' in this special featuring interviews, clips from the show, and more.
With Thornhill ahead in the polls, Selina and her staff discuss how to make her more folksy. Jonah, in need of a job, meets with Bill Ericsson, and asks his mom to reach out to his influential uncle Jeff. Selina has an interview with a pretentious journalist named Quincy Carter.
John Oliver hosts this 30-minute comedy series that takes a satirical look at the week in news, politics and current events.
In the wake of a series of disturbing encounters, Kevin pays a visit to a therapist. Tom finds himself in a precarious situation with Christine, a favorite of Wayne's. A frustrated Meg is asked to part with pieces of her past. Jill and Aimee tail Nora Durst, who became a local celebrity when her entire family disappeared in the Departure.
Series Finale. Sookie weighs a future with and without Bill. Eric and Pam embark on a new enterprise, while Sarah faces the consequences of her actions.Sam embraces his new life; Andy comes upon an unexpected inheritance.
Kevin tries to suppress his bad habits while tracking down a marauding deer in Mapleton. Laurie receives some not-unexpected news amidst a rising sense of foreboding. Tom connects with his past, against his better judgment. Nora has a job interview; Kevin Senior receives an honor.
Tensions run high when Catholic Education inspectors come to observe Lazarus House. The crew ends up in Juvenile Detention after they take things too far. Jonah gets some good news about Feel Da Beat, but finds himself isolated due to his criminal past.
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.
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