Y’all, it’s possible that the cast of ‘Game of Thrones’ doesn’t know how it’s going to end, either.

In this wonderful video, the Game of Thrones cast reflects on making the series, reveal the scenes that they enjoyed the most and the scenes that shocked them the most (the Red Wedding made the Hound cry, you guys), and what the show means to them. It’s worth your time.

If you want longer versions from individual actors, TV Guide has you covered right here.

Watchers on the Wall has death odds for all the characters — and they’re pretty well argued.

According to Digital Spy, the actors may not know how the show ends. WHAT.

“The actors think they know the end, because they were all here for the table read,” Benioff said. “But that’s not to say that we don’t employ deception at times.”

He added: “We have had some success in terms of hiding things, but the actors definitely all believe that they know where this season is going to end.”

So I guess we can disregard all of this?

At the season premiere, George R.R. Martin revealed that Benioff and Weiss’ ending is an adaptation of his original idea for the ending from some 25 years ago, that the prequel is going to be “very different” from Game of Thrones, and that his staff has him chained to his typewriter to finish The Winds of Winter. Still no word on when it will be done. I really was holding out hope that he was going to time it with the final season but NOPE.

Emilia Clarke compares Game of Thrones to Meet the Parents. Can you milk a dragon?

Interesting: Nikolaj Coster-Waldau reveals that Jaime’s decision to head North was all about seeing the wight and being turned into a believer, and that it had nothing to do with his relationship with Cersei.

John Bradley, the actor who plays Samwell, revealed some of the speech he delivered at Game of Thrones‘ wrap party, and you guys. My heart can’t take it.

Hannah Murray, the actress who plays Gilly, reveals that she had issues with how her fifth season sex scene with Sam was written, that it was too much from his perspective, and that she spoke up with her concerns. Yes to this.

The album For The Throne: Music Inspired By The HBO Series is going to be released on April 26. It features music from “ASAP Rocky, Chloe x Halle, Ellie Goulding, Jacob Banks, James Arthur, Joey Badass, Lennon Stella, Lil Peep, Maren Morris, Muse’s Matthew Bellamy, Mumford & Sons, Rosalía feat. A.Chal, SZA, The Lumineers, The National, The Weeknd, Travis Scott, Ty Dolla Sign, and X Ambassadors.”

For those of you in Brooklyn, io9 is hosting a Game of Thrones drag show on Saturday that I would ABSOLUTELY go to if I were there.

Felicity Huffman is SO SORRY, you guys, and is going to plead guilty to cheating her daughters’ way into college. She might spend up to four months in prison — but we’ll see.

Lori Loughlin, however, has been offered a minimum of two years in prison in plea negotiations, because she paid so much more in her bribe.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel‘s third season will only be eight episodes long.

The death of Filmstruck was felt hard here at Foolish HQ — mostly by my husband — so the launch of the Criterion Channel is anxiously anticipated. This is a list of everything available on the channel in its first month.

If you’re a devoted fan of Parks and Recreation, this is an interesting piece about how the show evolved from a cynical copy of The Office to something warmer (and better).

No. Next question?

What kind of monster would want to hurt Eric Idle?

I could have written this piece about how I hated musical theater until Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (except for the part where I didn’t like it until the fourth episode — for me, I was in love after the second).

In today’s edition of “Tucker Carlson is the Fucking Worst,” his show edited a reporter’s tweet to make it look like she was commenting on Kirstjen Nielsen rather than reporting on her.

Someone finally asked Elisabeth Moss how she squares starring in The Handmaid’s Tale with being a member of  a “church” that has a long history of being anti-LGBTQ and anti-feminist, and her answer was “the first amendment.” OK.


In Development

Casting News

  • Julianne Moore will star in Lisey’s Story on AppleTV+. The series is from J.J. Abrams and Stephen King.
  • Joanna Kulig will star in The Eddy on Netflix.
  • Tony Dalton is joining Better Call Saul.
  • Tenika Davis will join Jupiter’s Legacy on Netflix.
  • Taye Diggs will be the host of the Critic’s Choice Awards in 2020.

Mark Your Calendars

  • Tales of the City will premiere on Netflix on June 9.
  • Younger returns on June 12 on TV Land.


Seymour Cassel, Character actor in countless projects. Closest to home for those of us in Houston, he played Bert Fischer, Max’s father in Rushmore.

Lou Weiss, Chairman emeritus of the William Morris Agency. Weiss was a powerful television agent who represented “Alan King, Danny Thomas, Dick Powell, David Wolper, Merv Griffin, George Schlatter, Bill Cosby, Larry Gelbart, Buddy Hackett, Jackie Mason, Jack Parr, Carol Channing, Chevy Chase, Howard Cosell, Sammy Davis, Jr., David Frost, Barbara Walters, and Diana Ross, along with Berry Gordy and the entire Motown roster.” In fact, he negotiated the deal that made Walters the highest paid and first female anchor on a network news broadcast. Additionally, he pioneered the concept of packaging talent, creators, producers, and talent which became the industry norm. He also happened to be the nephew of George Burns.

Nadja Regin, Actress best known for her role in From Russia with Love


The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills: “A Wolf in Camille’s Clothing.” That’s all I’ve got. 8 p.m., Bravo

Fosse/Verdon: This limited series starring Sam Rockwell and Michelle Williams has been receiving rave reviews, particularly for Williams’ performance. (Expect to see her at the Emmys for this one.) JAZZ HANDS! Series premiere. 9 p.m., FX

The Code: They’re lawyers in the military doing military law. So basically, this new series is JAG but with a different name. Series premiere. 8 p.m., CBS

The Bold Type: Jane, Kat, and Sutton face important decisions in the third season premiere. 7 p.m., Freeform

Splitting Up Together: Season finale. 8:30 p.m., ABC

Game of Thrones marathon: Season two. 12 p.m., HBO2

Late Night:

  • Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Chelsea Handler, Justin Hartley, Brooks & Dunn featuring Midland, Bernard Purdie
  • Late Night with Seth Meyers: Timothy Olyphant, Diane Von Furstenberg
  • The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Michelle Williams, Emily Bazelon, Oscar the Grouch
  • The Late Late Show with James Corden: Zoe Saldana, Jason Clarke, Kenny Deforest
  • Jimmy Kimmel Live: Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Danai Gurira, Backstreet Boys
  • The Daily Show: Abby Wambach
  • Conan: Patton Oswalt
  • Busy Tonight: Tony Hale
  • Watch What Happens Live: Lisa Vanderpump

TUES. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC American Housewife
The Kids Are Alright
Splitting Up Together
The Rookie
The Code
NCIS: New Orleans
CW The Flash
Roswell, New Mexico
FOX MasterChef Junior
Mental Samurai
NBC The Voice
The Village
New Amsterdam

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