Game of Thrones season 6 may debut later than you think

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HBO Sets February Premiere Dates for Girls Season 5, Togetherness Season 2 & Vinyl.

According to Deadline, HBO has confirmed that Vinyl, the new series from Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger, and Boardwalk Empire’s Terence Winter about the ’70s New York music scene, will launch its 10-episode first season on Sunday, February 14 at 9 PM.HBO announced its premiere dates for Girls Season 5 and Togetherness Season 2 on Thursday, and both shows will return in February instead of January, which is typically when the network will begin new seasons of returning series.

The shows will be part of HBO’s Sunday night lineup beginning in February 2016. will debut on Valentine’s Day at 9pm ET/PT, with Togetherness and Girls kicking off their new seasons on February 21, 2016. Bobby Cannavale stars as Richie Finestra on the show, the president of a struggling record label in the 1970s just as punk, disco, and hip-hop are ascending to the mainstream. All that we know about the series so far is that Bobby Cannavale plays record label president Richie Finestra, who walks viewers through his trials, tribulations, and drug-fueled raptures with narration that recalls Goodfellas with its potent mixture of self-awareness and braggadocio. Additionally, HBO also revealed that, a week before the Girls and Togetherness premieres, it will debut its new rock-n-roll drama Vinyl from Mick Jagger, Terence Winter (Boardwalk Empire) and Martin Scorsese. That date makes it perfect Valentine’s Day viewing for: 1) couples who don’t want to brave the cold, 2) singles who need something to do while everyone else is out getting laid, 3) casual daters who need an excuse to invite over their love interests, 4) pretty much everyone else, because who doesn’t want to dig into Scorsese’s latest directorial effort?

Not only will we likely see the return of Game of Thrones and Silicon Valley in 2016, we’ll also see the return of Lena Dunham‘s divisive Girls and the Duplass brothers’ promising yet middling Togetherness. Togetherness‘ eight episode second season stars Mark Duplass (co-creator of the series with his brother, Jay), Melanie Lynskey, Steve Zissis, and Amanda Peet. Togetherness Season 1 ended on a bit of a cliffhanger, so there’s plenty of questions that need answering as the new season starts, and that’s similarly where Dunham’s Girls left off at the end of Season 4, with Hannah (Dunham) and Adam (Adam Driver) seemingly taking another serious break and Hannah taking up with a co-worker. Brett (Duplass) and Michelle (Lynskey) are struggling to rekindle the spark in their relationship, which has puttered out from the stresses of marriage and children.

It’s almost certain that there will be more drama between Hannah and Adam, but even more interesting will be what exactly Dunham does with the story arcs of Ray (Alex Karpovsky), who has become a local politician, and Zosia Mamet‘s Shoshanna. When Brett’s friend Alex (Zissis) and Michelle’s sister, Tina (Peet), move in with them, the foursome engage in a tragically comedic struggle to follow their personal dreams, while still remaining good friends, siblings and spouses to each other.”

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