Predicting the final Game of Thrones season is a crapshoot, especially without George R.R. Martin’s books to guide us. We’re expecting some major deaths by next year’s finale, but a complex algorithm may have predicted even bigger shockers in store.
HBO has a vast bottom line to pump millions into Game of Thrones, but even they have limits. Company heads admit that pricey purchases like a Game of Thrones spinoff or even Big Little Lies Season 2 have burned serious holes in their pockets.
The eighth and final Game of Thrones season is bound to bring with it some major casualties, and our first confirmation has lit up the night sky. See for yourself, as some major spoilers glimpsed from set photos reveal a dire fate for one of Westeros’ most famous families.
Game of Thrones fans held slim hope the series’ final season wouldn’t sit out 2018 entirely, but Lady Sansa may have dashed the last of it. Star Sophie Turner seemingly confirms that Game of Thrones Season 8 will bow in 2019.
HBO’s Westworld makes a point of what chaos it controls, but real-life wildfires fall outside that purview. The hotly-anticipated second season has briefly halted production once more, this time over safety concerns with the only wildfire in Rye, California.
You’d be hard-pressed to top the one-off, wine-soaked perfection of Big Little Lies, but HBO can’t help flying a little closer to that Monterey sun. A new report suggest Season 2 is officially a go, with production earmarked for 2018.
We’re close enough now to Game of Thrones’ end that you might forget its troubled beginnings. Near of the entire original pilot had to be re-shot, for which series star Kit Harington now reveals that his bosses David Benioff and Dan Weiss “made a lot of mistakes.”
We all felt queasy with Game of Thrones’ latest love scene, and not just for the incest. There’s also the matter of Kit Harington’s real-life fiancée Rose Leslie (RIP, Ygritte), but true love wins: Game of Thrones will shut down Season 8 production so the whole cast can cel…
HBO may have dabbled in theatrical ventures for Sex and the City or Entourage, but if Game of Thrones can’t convince them on another box-office bite, they’re not coming back to the table. So it is, that Sarah Jessica Parker confirms a third Sex and the City is taking a cold shower.