[02/24/19 - 12:34 PM]
Video: HBO Releases New Footage of 2019 Programming
The "It All Starts Here" promo will premiere tonight prior to the season finale of "True Detective."

[01/03/19 - 04:31 PM]
"Catherine the Great" Second Photo Release
The HBO series features Jason Clarke as Grigory Potemkin and Helen Mirren as Catherine the Great.

[10/04/18 - 12:15 PM]
HBO/Cinemax Programming Overview - Fall 2018
The company recaps its plans for the rest of the year and beyond.

[10/03/18 - 04:01 PM]
First-Look Photo of Helen Mirren in the HBO/Sky Miniseries "Catherine the Great"
Currently shooting in palaces and sets across Russia, Latvia and Lithuania, this four-part miniseries will chart the latter years of Catherine's 34-year reign, as she builds Russia's reputation as one of the great powers of Europe.

[08/09/18 - 11:41 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, August 9
Updates include: Joivan Wade cast as Cyborg in DC Universe's "Doom Patrol"; Joseph Quinn in talks to join HBO's "Catherine the Great"; and Rob McElhenney to star in comedy series for Apple.

[07/19/18 - 11:40 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, July 19
Updates include: Geoff Johns to bring "Stargirl" to DC Universe; Jason Clarke to star opposite Helen Mirren in HBO's "Catherine the Great"; and Moon Bloodgood among latest bound for Apple's "Are You Sleeping."

[01/24/18 - 11:43 PM]
Academy Award(R)-Winning Helen Mirren to Play Catherine the Great in Sky and HBO Drama
"Catherine the Great" is a four-part drama that delves into the politically tumultuous and sexually charged court of the most powerful female monarch in history.

telefilm/mini-series greenlighted
(from HBO's press release, October 2018) CATHERINE THE GREAT: Starring Helen Mirren and Jason Clarke, this four-part drama is set against the politically tumultuous and sexually charged court of Russian empress Catherine the Great, who wielded supreme power throughout Russia for nearly half of the 18th century. The HBO/Sky production follows Catherine towards the end of her reign during her passionate affair with Grigory Potemkin. Amid scandal, intrigue and immense conflict, they develop a unique and devoted relationship, overcoming their adversaries and together serving as the architects of modern-day Russia. Directed by Philip Martin; written by Nigel Williams; executive producers, Helen Mirren, Philip Martin, David M. Thompson for Origin Pictures and Charlie Pattinson and Christine Healy for New Pictures.
· Andrew Rothney as Alexander Dmitriev-Mamonov
· Antonia Clarke as Princess Sophie
· Clive Russell as The Fool
· Gina McKee as Countess Bruce
· Helen Mirren as Catherine the Great
· James Northcoate as Alexander Bezborodko
· Jason Clarke as Grigory Potemkin
· Joseph Quinn as Paul
· Kevin R. McNally as Alexei Orlov
· Lucas Englander as Lieutenant Mirovich
· Paul Kaye as Pugachev
· Paul Ritter as General Suvorov
· Raphael Acloque as Platon Zubov
· Richard Roxburgh as Grigory Orlov
· Rory Kinnear as Minister Panin
· Sam Palladio as Alexander Vasilichikov
· Thomas Doherty as Peter Zavadovsky
· Charlie Pattinson as EP
· Christine Healy as EP
· David M. Thompson as EP
· Helen Mirren as EP
· Nigel Williams as WRTR
· Philip Martin as DIR/EP
· mini-series
· New Pictures
· Origin Pictures