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It's a shame that such a poignant scene was muddied with so many flopping appendages.
Though Euphoria is only two episodes in, HBO's newest series has amassed more critical attention than most shows see through their entire run. Before the series debuted, word of statutory rape scenes and drug use swirled around the internet and into the minds of concerned parents hoping to ...
 
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Take the whole 'Bridge of Death' thing with a pinch of salt.
Chernobyl is very brilliant indeed, and quite a huge part of its brilliance is that it portrays shocking things happening as they actually did - the metal hinges on the reactor building's doors crumbling under intense radiation, the firefighters slowly putrefying and disintegrating, ...
 
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It looks like Nite Owl might be suiting up for Damon Lindelof's new HBO series after all.
The first teaser trailer for HBO's Watchmen is finally here, and we've got some questions. With a gang of vigilantes wearing Rorschach masks, the new series seems to be based around the return of superheroes–and the ensuing, potentially-apocalyptic, chaos that happens when gods from the ...
 
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Damon Lindelof's long-awaited new series takes place years after the seminal 1986 graphic novel.
HBO just dropped a teaser for their highly-anticipated Watchmen series, and, shit, does it look stunning. Boasting a cast that includes Jeremy Irons, Tim Blake Nelson, Regina King, and Don Johnson, the series sees a world where superheroes no longer exist. But, as the trailer shows, it ...
 
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The Golden Company army could mean another Targaryen is sailing toward Westeros.
The new trailer for Game of Thrones Season Eight has one brief scene showing a fleet of Greyjoy ships filled with golden soldiers sailing toward Westeros. It's an ominous scene, because in Season Seven Cersei Lannister sent Euron Greyjoy to Essos to recruit the ...
 
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The final season of Game of Thrones premieres 14 April
As we inch closer to the long awaited final season of Game of Thrones, details are slowly trickling out—and by details, I mean anything HBO will allow out of its top-secret production. On Monday, with fewer than 40 days until Season Eight premieres, Entertainment Weekly published a ...
 
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Arya Stark encounters a dragon for the very first time
Considering Games of Thrones season 8 will boast six feature-length episodes, there’s probably not a lot to be gleaned from HBO’s new 5-second teaser trailer.Even the most speculative of Westeros fans have struggled to extract a solid fan theory from the footage, which sees ...
 
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Don't stop believing! [smash cut to black]
Well before Game of Thrones came to be, HBO was pumping out premium content. Actually, if you're enjoying this "golden age of television," then you probably have HBO to thank. The premium cable broadcaster is responsible for some of the most prolific television shows of ...
 
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It involves dragons. Obviously.
Photos of the Belfast studios where Game of Thrones is being shot have given us what fans claim is an tiny insight into how it might all end in season eight.A photo taken on 20 May and shared by the account Irish Thrones shows ...
 
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The film director (and fan) talks about the small-screen shows that inspired him.
10 | Game Of Thrones followed their best season ever with something that felt a bit rushed and forced. To be fair, I think season 7 was underwhelming only because GoT really is one of the best shows this decade, if not ...
 
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Pop hits, powerlifting, and hardcore porn
Now a big-screen star in X-Men: Days of Future Past, Peter Dinklage's breakout role was undoubtedly that of Thrones fan favorite Tyrion Lannister. But in his pre-Imp days, Peter won plaudits for a stint on edgy cable drama Nip/Tuck and his performance in both the U.K. ...
 
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Siri Siliconborn of House Apple presents no spoilers.
We here at Esquire, like all of you other working stiffs dedicated and hardworking members of the workforce, weren’t home to see the latest episode of Game of Thrones. Not only do we have to avoid the spoiler minefield online, we also ...
 
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The great war is here.
Today, through a Facebook Live event, HBO announced the Game of Thrones Season Seven premiere date. All we had to do was watch a damn ice block get melted by fire (symbolism!?) until it revealed that the show will return on July ...
 
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Season seven is coming.
Here's a story about a sword—one that appears in the new teaser for Game of Thrones Season Seven: Ned Stark, before his untimely death, had a greatsword called Ice made of Valyrian steel. Once he's beheaded by then-King Joffrey, the sword is ...
 
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Dragons vs. robots at the Golden Globes.
Really, there's no reason to compare Game of Thrones to Westworld. They're completely different shows! Though, since they're both big-budget HBO series, inevitably people are going to pit the two against each other. This includes Game of Thrones creator George R.R. Martin, ...
 
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Season Seven is looking promising already.
Game of Thrones is a cruel, violent show on which terrible things happen to terrible people, but more often than not, terrible things happen to good people. This is especially true for Sansa, a character who has been abused and tortured for ...
 
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Spoilers ahead, duh.
You clicked, and so: SPOILERS AHOY!As we mentioned just the other day, a leaked picture from the Game of Thrones set seemed to confirm that Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen were finally going to meet in season seven. And now, even more images of the pair have ...
 
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These major characters are meeting at last.
If you clicked on this, you should know there are spoilers involved, but still: SPOILERS.Game of Thrones fans have been waiting for a particular meeting long before winter threatened its ugly head: Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen. According to an (admittedly blurry) ...
 
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Our most complete look at what the hell is going on.
Before we get into this, I need to issue a correction to the Teddy Death Count™. When we saw poor, beautiful Teddy get piled on by those creepy fuckers in the woods while hunting Wyatt last week, it turns out he wasn't ...
 
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Episode Three shows real, physical consequences.
During one of his lengthy ruminations on the mortality of machines, Anthony Hopkins's Dr. Robert Ford quotes a passage from the second act of Julius Caesar to a deactivated Teddy Flood (James Marsden). "Cowards die many times before their deaths. The valiant ...
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