‘Game of Thrones’ became less talky as it went along. Make of that what you will.

Some Game of Thrones stuff because there will never be an end to the Game of Thrones stuff:

This. This explains everything:

Last night’s Game of Thrones: The Last Watch was revelatory for a number of reasons, but mostly because of Kit Harington’s reaction to the finale, and Emilia Clarke’s reaction to his reaction.

This character who died wasn’t originally going to die (but then he died). Funny how the writers found logic in this one instance.

Don’t count Charles Dance among fans of the finale.

That photo Sophie Turner posted on Instagram has become a whole meme now:

Hey, at least Lost didn’t make this gallery of worst finales of all time. That’s something.

This is why Chidi is jacked.

Mr. Robot will be coming back soon(ish).

Apparently, they are considering six different Fraser reboot ideas.

Adam Levine left The Voice and didn’t take Blake Shelton with him. Pity.


Former CBS News anchor Scott Pelley is now saying that he was fired for speaking out against the hostile work environment at CBS.

I’m sure by now you’ve heard about how Moby claimed he dated Natalie Portman and Natalie Portman was like, “ew, gross, no,” and then Moby was like “UH HUH, AND HERE’S A WEIRD PICTURE TO PROVE IT” but it didn’t prove anything except that like lots of dudes, he misread the entire situation. Well, anyway, he’s apologized. Kinda.

Mario Batali has been charged with assault and battery in Boston.

Geoffrey Rush just won a $1.9 million defamation lawsuit against the newspaper who ran a story about him being gropey.

Harvey Weinstein’s accusers want nothing to do with his settlement offer.

A judge has unsealed Jussie Smollet’s case file.



In Development

Casting News

Mark Your Calendar

  • Star Trek: Picard is coming to CBS All Access “soon.”
  • Pose returns on FX on June 11 and I can not wait.
  • Divorce will return on HBO on July 1.
  • Into the Dark’s “They Come Knocking” will stream on June 7th on Hulu.


Bart Starr, NFL Hall of Famer and actor

Geneviéve Waïte, Actress and singer


The Bachelorette: The insufferable Jason Biggs and his insufferable wife, Jenny Mollen take some men to a birthing class. Oh brother. 7 p.m., ABC

The Hot Zone: A miniseries starring Julianna Marguiles based on the true story about ebola’s first arrival on U.S. soil. Series premiere.  8 p.m., Nat Geo

Harry & Meghan: Becoming Royal: A film about the couple’s first year of marriage for those of you who can’t get enough royal nonsense. 7 p.m., Lifetime

Going to War: A look at life before, during and after combat. A fitting tribute to our soldiers on a somber day. 9 p.m., PBS

MON. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC The Bachelorette
Celebrity Family Feud
CBS The Neighborhood
Man with a Plan
The Code
CW The 4th Annual Howie Mandel Stand-Up Extravaganza Local
FOX Beat Shazam
NBC Stanley Cup Playoffs

2 thoughts on “‘Game of Thrones’ became less talky as it went along. Make of that what you will.

    1. Me, too, also. Admittedly it had a limited life span without major character changes (unless taking *that* AP class meant they’d all have to repeat a grade or three … a possibility) but it would have been fun to see where they went.

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