With President’s Day arriving—that celebration of the birthdays of founding father George Washington and Abraham Lincoln—Streampix has a selection of movies to satisfy every political persuasion.
While “Breaking Bad,” “Modern Family” and “Behind the Candelabra” were the big winners at last night’s 65th Prime -Time Emmy Awards, there were several awards given out at last night’s nationally televised ceremony on CBS directly related to programming featured on Streampix.
When “The Newsroom” returns to HBO this July for its second season, Will McAvoy (Jeff Daniels) is sequestered in a meeting in present day with the ACN network attorney (Marcia Gay Harden) as they prepare for a deposition.
Even the star of HBO’s drama “The Newsroom” admits that season one had its growing pains. Creator Aaron Sorkin’s show-about-a-news-show was, along with the now-defunct “Smash,” last year’s TV series most likely to be hated, or loved — or one that viewers actually loved to hate.
The hot new teaser released by HBO features Will McAvoy (Jeff Daniels) and the ACN cable news crew out of “The Newsroom” and plunked down in the middle of a desert. The video features no dialogue, just the cast in various imagery as the song “Can’t Pretend” by Tom Odell plays.
Welcome to The Saddest Day Of the Year. Okay, so it’s actually known as Tax Day, but still…April 15 is the day when you have to share your paycheck with the government.
HBO announced Friday that its acclaimed Aaron Sorkin drama “The Newsroom” will return this summer. The second season will debut on Sunday, July 14 at 10/9c on HBO, and will focus on “the staff of ‘News Night’ chasing a mysterious tip, which leads to a story that ultimately spins out of control,” according to HBO. […]
“The Newsroom” is an HBO series about a cable news show that is trying to do the news right. But, funnily enough, it has been the target of an untrue story on the Internet, or so says its creator Aaron Sorkin, who denies what he calls an unsourced story that appeared on the Internet, claiming […]
The premiere of Aaron Sorkin’s new drama “The Newsroom” got off to a respectable start Sunday night, landing the third-highest premiere numbers for HBO since 2008.
Get ready for producer/writer Aaron Sorkin’s newest series about television. Five things you should know before this Sunday’s premiere …