According to reports, a Friends reunion special is in the works for streaming service HBO Max, which is a massive flex on the day Disney+ launched.
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The Game of Thrones prequel series, unofficially known as The Long Night or Bloodmoon, is no longer moving forward at HBO. Here's why.
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The Star Wars Prequel Trilogy has been re-evaluated in recent years, but George Lucas' films aren't better than The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi.
HBO's Succession rounded out its brilliant second season with the selection of Logan's blood sacrifice, but also included some other big shocks.
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