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The Walking Dead is a pretty grim show, and itís only been getting grimmer. Nevertheless, the show managed to use the new Game of Thrones poster to lighten the mood after all of the recent shenanigans about Glenn.
Grammy-winning band U2 cancelled a massive two-night concert in Paris after the recent attacks that rocked the country and the world. U2 now has good news for fans: the concert has been rescheduled.
The question hasnít really been if but how he will live on/be resurrected for the new episodes, but HBO has stayed mum about the possibility of the character's return until now. This morning, the network released a brand new Season 6 poster.
Though Season 2 of HBOís anthology series True Detective wasn't praised as much as Season 1, that doesnít mean that viewers arenít still interested in seeing where this series will go in the future. Luckily, Season 3 seems like more of a lock than not.
Game of Thrones is so phenomenally popular that cliffhangers might not really be needed for most viewers, but that hasnít stopped the show from leaving charactersí fates unknown for the better part of a year.
Back in August, we learned that Deadwood actor and all-around badass Ian McShane is joining the cast of Game of Thrones Season 6. At the time, we werenít sure what sort of character the actor would be playing, but now we have a pretty good hint.
The Grammy-winning rock band U2 was set to play a two-night concert at Parisí AccorHotels Arena, with Saturday night's show to be broadcast live on HBO. Due to the terrorist attacks in the city, the show has been postponed.
Itís hard to blame French actor Elie Haddad for being so excited about joining the cast of Game of Thrones that he would want to spread the news. Posting a picture of a script page for the upcoming sixth season just may not have been the best way to go, though.
Martin isnít exactly a braggadocio, and it doesnít surprise me in the least to hear him admit that he was extremely surprised about what is going on with Game of Thrones. Here's what the famed author had to say in a recent interview.
Weíve known for a while that the Tyrells will be back and doing some manipulating in Kingís Landing and this week Natalie Dormer had some interesting things to say about what her character, Margaery Tyrell will be doing.
We already know showrunners Dan Weiss and David Benioff want Game of Thrones to finish its run after Season 8, and now A Song Of Ice And Fire Author George R.R. Martin has sounded off about how he sees the end.
Now that HBO has rebounded the talents of Bill Simmons from ESPN after his 14 years there, people have been wondering about how heíd fit into the networkís sports coverage. We now know what the first of his plans are for the premium cable service.
Generally the Game of Thrones cast is reluctant to talk about the upcoming season of the hit HBO drama, but sometimes an actor or two will sneak a new tidbit into an interview. Recently, we learned about an excellent confrontation that is going to happen during Season 6.
Television just hasnít been the same without Jon Stewart. Fortunately, the former Daily Show host and film director has a new longterm home for his unique point of view.
Getting On is a show with a sense of humor drier than the skin of many of its cast members. And that left-of-center humor is sitting front and center in this Season 2 deleted scene from the newly released Season 2 set. Catch the hilarious clip, here.