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He says the "old Aziz" is dead. But aside from trading a suit and tie for jeans and a t-shirt, the new Aziz doesn't seem all that different.
Two years in, the stories of the Me Too era begin to blend together. The powerful men, the horrifying tales of rape and assault, the ever ballooning survivor counts. But the misconduct comic Aziz Ansari was accused of—relentlessly pursuing and attempting to initiate sex ...
 
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We break down all the details of this season's shocking ending.
Over the course of its first seven episodes, Stranger Things 3 unfolds much like the two previous seasons. The kids are doing normal kid things, then weird things start happening, then they're the only ones who take responsibility for the lives of everyone in ...
 
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Such as: What happened to Eleven? And, who is managing this Scoops Ahoy?
Stranger Things is like comfort food. It's always familiar, and it's great because it gives you all the things you want—even if it's not everything you need. That's why settling into the third season of Stranger Things is like going home again—familiar friends, comfortable settings, ...
 
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"Tears will be shed," says Sadie Sink, who plays Max on screen.
Stranger Things comes back in just a few days, and the general consensus from all the trailers, promos, and interviews we've seen so far is that it's a lot brighter and more playful than seasons past. Despite this, however, the cast says fans should expect ...
 
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From Lost to Game of Thrones, nothing is more frustrating than when a series splits its fans with how it stuck the landing.
Nothing hurts a television lover worse than when a really solid show doesn't stick the landing. On the other hand, nothing draws the fans out like a series finale that splits its fanbase. That's where the most controversial series finales come in: ...
 
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The series returns to Netflix on June 5.
The much-awaited return of Black Mirror is fast approaching. And after dropping the trailer last week, Netflix has released three more trailers from the upcoming episodes."Smithereens," the first episode in the season, stars Andrew Scott, Damson, Idris, and Topher Grace; "Rachel, Jack and Ashley ...
 
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Did you spot the callback to the first episode?
WARNING: There are going to be spoilers for the final episode of Game of Thrones coming up, so if you're just idly scrolling around looking for something to break up the day with but intend to watch the finale when you get ...
 
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This story only truly ends with George R.R. Martin's books.
There's an old interview with George R.R. Martin at a convention in 1998 shortly after the publication of A Clash of Kings, the second novel in his A Song of Ice and Fire series. At the time of this interview, George is a largely unknown fantasy author, ...
 
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There was a subtle answer later in the episode.
One might argue that Daenerys Targaryen had the most tragic ending of all. She was consumed by her power and grief, massacred thousands, then was murdered by her lover/nephew Jon Snow.After Jon plunges his blade into her chest, she dies in his arms. ...
 
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Don't believe the hype.
Say what you want about the divisive eighth season of HBO’s Game of Thrones, but there’s no denying the sordid swansong of the Seven Kingdoms still has everyone talking.As the various heroes and villains prepare to raise their swords, or fall on them, ...
 
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Such as: Why didn't Daenerys just fly directly to Cersei and kill her?
This final season of Game of Thrones has been pretty rough—for the fans, for the characters, and for the showrunners. And Episode Five continued Season Eight's baffling trend of completely abandoning the characterization that made the early seasons of Game of Thrones so special.In Episode Five, Daenerys ...
 
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I spoke with experts and The Wire creator David Simon about the rampant outrage over spoilers.
In 2013, I was executive editor of the NY Daily News, and we, like every other publication in the country, were covering the series finale of Breaking Bad. As one of the most popular and critically acclaimed shows in history, the finale was obviously ...
 
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There's one episode left. Here's how it could all end.
The popular R + L = J theory (which correctly posited that Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark were Jon Snow's real parents) can be traced all the way back to a blog post on September 18, 1997. This is a little over a year after ...
 
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And it might be a bad sign for Daenerys.
After an excruciating 80 minutes of television, the fifth episode of Game of Thrones Season Eight ends with a random white horse approaching Arya in the ruins of King's Landing. Somehow only these two survived Daenerys' dragon apocalypse. Arya approaches the horse, hops on, and rides ...
 
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It's quite the list.
Game of Thrones' much ballyhooed Battle of Winterfell was a bit of a disappointment. Not only was the majorly hyped battle too dark to see, but it didn't feel anywhere near as consequential as fans expected after months of hearing about the grueling ...
 
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For Season Eight we picked four fan favorite characters to hang out on the beach and discuss the long-awaited conclusion to the HBO series.
To love Game of Thrones is to suffer. When Ned Stark's head was suddenly chopped off at the end of Season One, Game of Thronesmade a statement: Everyone is expendable. Since then—with the Red Wedding, the Sept of Baelor, Oberyn Martell, Rickon Stark, Jojen, Hodor, ...
 
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Lady Stark learned the art of betrayal from the best.
The fourth episode of Game of Thrones Season Eight didn't go particularly well for anyone: Daenerys, Rhaegal, definitely Missendei, the prop department, even the fans. And going into Episode Five, Daenerys is in a pretty bad spot. One of her dragons is dead. Her closest friend ...
 
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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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The Starbucks cup was just the beginning.
Editor's note: This story contains spoilers.It's pretty crazy for a major show like Game of Thrones to mess up. If you think about it, someone from its hundreds of crew and cast members should be able to spot a mistake before a ...
 
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A lazy, awkward table setting episode for the war to come is a disservice to George R.R. Martin's characters.
Editor's note: This story contains spoilers.We've spent months hearing about the third episode of Game of Thrones. Fifty Five (55!) night shoots! Brutal conditions! They endured all of this for what was hailed as the biggest TV battle of all time. And all ...
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