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Emmy Nominations Announced, “Game of Thrones” Leads with Most Nominations

Snubs Galore Detailed, But at Least Tatiana Maslany Finally Got Nominated

Jul 16, 2015

The Emmy Nominations were announced today. Game of Thrones got the most nominations for television’s equivalent of the Oscars, with 24 nominations, including Outstanding Drama Series. More

May 22, 2015

As we reported earlier in the week, a “Game of Thrones: The Musical” skit was produced for Red Nose Day, the charity special that aired on NBC last night and was set up by Comic Relief to mirror the annual charity TV specials that air on the BBC in England. More

May 19, 2015

Red Nose Day, an annual charity special airing on the BBC and set up by Comic Relief, has been a fixture of British television for decades. Basically various comedians get together and have a good time and raise money for charity. More

Comic-Con 2011 Day One Recap – Doctor Who’s Matt Smith, Psych, Game of Thrones, and more

Plus: Chuck's Zachary Levi, Ringer, Lost’s Jorge Garcia, and others

Jul 22, 2011

A recap of what we saw during day one of Comic-Con 2011, including panels for Psych, Game of Thrones, Ringer, and one that featured Doctor Who’s Matt Smith, Chuck’s Zachary Levi, and Lost’s Jorge Garcia. More


Jun 16, 2014

Game of Thrones closes out this season with a stellar episode, but like any good finale leaves some massive plots unresolved and teases us with whole new mysteries. More

Jun 09, 2014

[Spoiler Alert: If you haven’t seen the latest episode of Game of Thrones, “The Watchers on the Wall,” then read no further.]

The Game of Thrones producers sure pulled a risky stunt by extending last week’s cliffhanger over one more week, but minutes into “The Watchers on the Wall” and Tyrion’s fate is the last thing on anyone’s mind. More

Jun 03, 2014

[Spoiler Alert: If you haven’t seen the latest episode of Game of Thrones, “The Mountain and the Viper,” then read no further.] More

May 20, 2014

“Mockingbird” sounds like the start of a bad joke that quickly turns into a Machiavellian morality tale. More

May 12, 2014

[Spoiler Alert: If you haven’t seen the latest episode of Game of Thrones, “The Laws of Gods and Men,” then read no further.] From here on out, this episode shall be forever remembered as “the one where Peter Dinklage acted the hell out of his ‘confession.’” More

May 07, 2014

[Spoiler Alert: If you haven’t seen the latest episode of Game of Thrones, “First of His Name,” then read no further.] For the last few weeks, Game of Thrones has been ramping up a few of its many plots. Since the riveting Purple Wedding in this season’s second episode, the show has treaded along cautiously in the wake of its most hated character’s demise. More

Apr 28, 2014

The problem with Game of Thrones mid-season is that so many things are going on that there’s not enough room in a single episode to really let anything happen. Given that dilemma, “Oathkeeper” managed to progress a few stories that were growing kind of stale, and as a natural result, it suffers a case of road-weariness. More

Apr 22, 2014

[Spoiler Alert: If you haven’t seen the latest episode of Game of Thrones, “Breaker of Chains,” then read no further.] Last week’s episode ended on such a high point—Joffrey’s lifeless, poisoned face—it was a pretty clever move opening this week on the exact same shot. More

Apr 14, 2014

After an already strong start, HBO’s Game of Thrones ups the ante with one of its best hours yet. Last week’s premiere was ominous, and while I counted off the characters most clueless to the oncoming storm as the most likely to suffer, I was not expecting this. More

Apr 07, 2014

Game of Thrones is back, which means it’s another couple months of brutality, mystery, political intrigue, and, oh yeah, dragons. I have not read the books, so no spoilers past “Two Swords” will be seen here.