Home Box Office ("HBO") represents excellence in broadcasting; the kind of superior original programming -- daring, groundbreaking, insightful, powerful, innovative and bold -- that not only wins critical praise but enjoys commercial acclaim; the sort of drama that redefines the relationship between, say, crime and the human condition; the sort of investigative journalism that sets a new standard for speaking truth to power; the sort of period piece -- be it a depiction of urban graft and organized crime during the first decade of the twentieth century, or personal decadence and corruption amidst the rise and fall (and rise) of the music industry -- that captivates viewers, transporting them to that strip of boardwalk in Atlantic City, New Jersey, or that recording studio in New York, New York.
HBO is worthwhile programming that Keycode supports, and highlights with our customary pride, admiration and respect.
The actors and actresses that enliven this material -- talent of incredible range and versatility -- enable these respective shows to possess the necessary verisimilitude that makes episodic television seem real: It establishes an atmosphere of seeming genuineness, which has the look and feel of a bygone series of hotels and storefronts, as well as the air of a since-abandoned theater or a demolished social attraction.
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