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‘Game of Thrones’ Final Season Vegas Odds Reveal Wild Theories

‘Game of Thrones’ Final Season Vegas Odds Reveal Wild Theories
With “Game of Thrones” hype at an all-time high, Las Vegas may be raking in as much money as the Iron Bank.

HBO’s fantasy masterpiece has seized the gambling world’s attention nearly as much as the Super Bowl or Kentucky Derby. Fans spew countless theories on social media, such as which characters will be axed and who will sit on the Iron Throne, but betters put their money where their mouths are. Popular betting sites, like Bovada, have calculated the odds on Westeros’ most burning (and wildest) questions. For example, what are the odds that Arya will wear Littlefinger’s face?
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‘American Idol’ Top 10: What Disney songs will they perform on Sunday, April 21?

‘American Idol’ Top 10: What Disney songs will they perform on Sunday, April 21?
This Sunday’s episode of “American Idol” will feature the Top 10 who will sing songs from Disney movies, which is the parent company of ABC. Which of these contestants do you think will win season 17? After reviewing the list of the tunes you will see them sing on Sunday vote for your favorite at the bottom of this post.

Seven of the Top 10 finalists were the top vote-getters for their performances on Sunday, April 14: Alejandro Aranda, Laci Kaye Booth, Walker Burroughs, Wade Cota, Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon, Laine Hardy and Madison VanDenburg. The other three — Dimitrius Graham, Alyssa Raghu and Uche— won over judges Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie with their songs on the April 15 results episode.

This Sunday’s show will go out live coast-to-coast. Everyone watching across the country will get to vote for their favorite singers and then see the results at the same time.
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‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8: ‘A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms’ Stares Down the End of the World

‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8: ‘A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms’ Stares Down the End of the World
Spoiler Alert: Do not read if you haven’t seen “A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms,” the second episode of “Game of Thrones” season 8.

What would you do if it were your last night on Earth?

That existentially stressful parlor game question — which Tyrion Lannister has had a cheeky answer for since we first met him — haunts “A Knight of the Seven Kingdom,” an episode as tense as it is intimate. With the Night King and his fearsome army lurking somewhere nearby in the frozen woods, everyone in Winterfell finds themselves steeling for the midnight battle ahead with dread, resignation,
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Every Episode of Game of Thrones, Ranked

Game of Thrones has evolved into one of the most popular shows on TV since it premiered in 2011. For over seven seasons, HBO's epic fantasy drama based on George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series has consistently left fans with their jaws on the floor -- thanks to moments like Ned Stark's

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Florence & the Machine Premiere New Song on ‘Game of Thrones’

Florence & the Machine Premiere New Song on ‘Game of Thrones’
[pmc=related] If the voice singing the song during the end credits of “Game of Thrones” tonight sounded familiar — or unmistakable — yes, it was Florence + the Machine. The group’s version of the original “Game of Thrones” song “Jenny of Oldstones” debuted during the closing credits of this season’s second episode, following a rendition sung by Podrick Payne earlier in the episode.

Florence, the only artist to be featured in the final season of the hit HBO series, recorded the song after being personally approached by the show’s creators, longtime Florence fans David Benioff and D.B. Weiss.

“We’ve always
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‘Game of Thrones’ Review: The Final Season Keeps Stalling in a Frustrating ‘Knight of the Seven Kingdoms’

‘Game of Thrones’ Review: The Final Season Keeps Stalling in a Frustrating ‘Knight of the Seven Kingdoms’
[Editor’s note: The following review contains spoilers for “Game of Thrones” Season 8 Episode 2, “A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms.”]

Do you like shows featuring a lot of fireside chats and talking about battles soon to be fought? Well, the second episode of “Game of Throne’s” eighth season totally delivered for you. “A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms” keeps bringing together so many of the show’s established characters that the few left out are likely feeling a bit of Fomo. But what matters isn’t their absence but the tragic lack of action as various characters confronted foes from seasons past… and basically made their peace with each other.

It’s honestly bizarre. This episode was packed with answers to the generic fan question, “Oh man, what will happen when [Blank] sees [Blank] again?” But while one might have expected “Game of Thrones” to make more of the “reunion” between Bran Stark and Jaime Lannister — especially given Daenerys’ family
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Game of Thrones Season 8, Episode 3 Trailer: 'The Dead Are Already Here'

Game of Thrones Season 8, Episode 3 Trailer: 'The Dead Are Already Here'
What’s scarier: a woman who just learned that her lover is her nephew and a potential threat to her acquisition of power, or a highly organized army of the dead?

Looks like we’ll find out in next week’s Game of Thrones, based on the preview trailer that followed Sunday’s episode (read full recap here).

The episode appears to be the big Battle of Winterfell installment, which reportedly took weeks of outdoor night shoots to film. The process included “moments you’re just broken as a human and just want to cry,” star Maisie Williams said, and
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Game of Thrones: Revisiting Brienne's Moment of Joy — and Jaime's Role in It

Game of Thrones: Revisiting Brienne's Moment of Joy — and Jaime's Role in It
What a knight to remember.

In Sunday’s Game of Thrones, Brienne officially became a knight, courtesy of her former foe/traveling partner/kindred spirit Jaime Lannister. (For the full episode recap, go here.)

“But wait a minute,” you might ask, “wasn’t Brienne already a knight?” The answer: Not technically. As she pointed out during a pre-battle hangout in the castle, “Women can’t be knights,” because of tradition. “F–k tradition,” Tormund says, but Jaime has another idea.

After announcing that any knight can make another knight, Ser Jaime drew his sword and ordered Brienne to kneel. When she scoffed,
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American Idol Recap: Which Singers Were Exiled From the Magic Kingdom?

Hi, ho(es)! American Idol‘s Top 10 borrowed from the Disney song book on Sunday for a (mostly) magical night that sent a pair of singers home.

First things first: Can Rebel Wilson guest mentor every week? The contestants may not have taken all of her suggestions to heart, but she made the episode 10 times more entertaining than it would have been otherwise. I also loved Lea Michele’s performance of “Part of Your World,” though I will never — for as long as I live! — understand why Idol decided to turn it into a group number.

Sunday’s episode also
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‘Les Misérables’: Lily Collins Considers the Happy Side of Fantine That the Musical Usually Skips Over

‘Les Misérables’: Lily Collins Considers the Happy Side of Fantine That the Musical Usually Skips Over
[Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers from Episode 2 of “Les Misérables” on PBS.]

“I Dreamed a Dream” is perhaps one of the most well-known tunes from the musical version of “Les Misérables,” but without leaning on those songs, PBS’ six-part non-musical series based on Victor Hugo’s novel goes deeper with its storytelling. Lily Collins, who plays the lowly grisette Fantine, was able to reveal more backstory when her character falls in love and becomes pregnant by a rich student (Johnny Flynn), who abandoned her.

In an interview with IndieWire and during a panel for “Les Misérables” earlier this year, Collins shared her thoughts about this version of Fantine.

“I was really excited to get to show a side of Fantine that we really haven’t seen before. Usually, you cut into her storyline when she’s already in the factory,” she said. “You don’t get to see her fall in love, and be naive, and fun-loving, and having fun.
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Game of Thrones Recap: Dead on Arrival

Game of Thrones Recap: Dead on Arrival
Need to catch up? Check out the previous Game of Thrones recap here.

Time to find a cozy, fortified and tough to find nook to hole up in, Game of Thrones faithful, because it looks like the Battle of Winterfell is nearly upon us.

Though Sunday’s episode began by holding Jaime accountable for shoving Bran out a window in the series’ premiere, it ended with Daenerys, Jon and the rest of the good(ish) guys preparing to fight off the Night King’s army as it approaches the Starks’ ancestral home. Let’s hope those catapults hold!

Elsewhere, we spent some great,
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Game of Thrones: Did Bran Get Revenge on Jaime for That Fateful Shove?

Game of Thrones: Did Bran Get Revenge on Jaime for That Fateful Shove?
The Three-Eyed Raven has a long memory… one that extends all the way back to Game of Thrones‘ very first episode, apparently.

You’ll remember that the most shocking moment of Thrones‘ series premiere was a cocksure Jaime Lannister shoving Bran Stark — then a mere child — out of a window to keep the boy quiet about Jaime’s incestuous liaison with his sister Cersei. Bran survived the fall, though, and left Winterfell in Season 2, developing into the all-seeing, all-knowing mystic known as the Three-Eyed Raven… and in Season 8, he finally crossed paths once again with the man who nearly killed him all those years ago.
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‘Killing Eve’ Review: Everyone Gives Into Temptation Except Carolyn in a Maddening Episode

‘Killing Eve’ Review: Everyone Gives Into Temptation Except Carolyn in a Maddening Episode
[Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers for “Killing Eve” Season 2, Episode 3, “The Hungry Caterpillar.”]

Only on “Killing Eve” can a dangerous blade hidden in lipstick be interpreted as a love note. In the final moments of Sunday’s episode, MI6 agent Eve Polastri (Sandra Oh) cuts herself using the doctored lipstick left in her purse by killer Villanelle (Jodie Comer). The name of the lip shade, Love in an Elevator, not only connects Villanelle to a recent assassination in a lift, but reflects her mindset is still firmly focused on Eve. The pain and blood caused by the knife isn’t a threat; it’s a bloody, coded kiss.

Despite this and many other delicious highlights in “The Hungry Caterpillar,” the episode doesn’t make much progress in their cat-and-mouse game and even presses reset by placing Villanelle back with her old handler Konstantin (Kim Bodnia). Compared to Season 1’s third episode, which catapulted the series forward by changing the stakes,
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American Gods Recap: A Deity Dies

American Gods Recap: A Deity Dies
Warning: This post contains major spoilers for Sunday’s American Gods.

It’s no longer a mad, mad, mad, Mad Sweeney world.

Sunday’s episode of American Gods marked the end of the deity’s tenure with Wednesday, and a bloody ending it was. The hour chronicled the lore surrounding Mad — was he a king who’d lost it all? a cursed, crazy man wandering the forest? a warrior who’d beheaded his own grandfather? — without landing on any certainties. After all, the stories about the lumbering leprechaun and the way he ruled Ireland (or didn’t) before organized religion
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Best Fan Theories for the Final Season of ‘Game of Thrones’

Best Fan Theories for the Final Season of ‘Game of Thrones’
After eight seasons, “Game of Thrones” fans will finally see if their long-held theories will pay off. Dozens of important characters and a complex plot have made diehard viewers try to foresee plot twists for years. With the original R+L=J theory confirmed, meaning that Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark were the real parents of Jon Snow, fan speculations have ramped up for the final season.

Here are a few theories that even the grand maesters can’t predict.

Tyrion is a Targaryen

Tywin Lannister was never a fan of his son Tyrion, who killed his mother in childbirth,
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Abigail Disney Calls Bob Iger’s $65 Million Compensation ‘Insane’

Disney chairman-ceo Bob Iger’s total compensation for Disney’s fiscal 2018 was a whopping $65.6 million. Abigail Disney, the granddaughter of Disney co-founder Roy Disney, calls that sum “insane.”

While speaking at the Fast Company Impact Council, the filmmaker and philanthropist insisted that this level of corporate payout has a “corrosive effect on society.”

Disney took to social media to reemphasize her point.

“Let me very clear. I like Bob Iger. I do Not speak for my family but only for myself. Other than owning shares (not that many) I have no more say in what happens there than anyone else.
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‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8 Episode 2 Leaks Online Ahead of Its Premiere

As has happened many times before, much to the chagrin of HBO, the latest “Game of Thrones” episode has leaked online ahead of its official premiere. Last week’s Season 8 finale made its way onto the internet four hours early due to a DirecTV error, whereas the second episode began streaming early on Amazon Prime Video in Germany.

It then made its way to other corners of the internet, ditto details of what transpires in it — which is to say, be careful on social media until actually watching tonight’s episode directed by David Nutter. The helmer is a “Game of Thrones” veteran, having won an Emmy for directing Season 5 finale “Mother Mercy” and also taking the reins on such well-received episodes as “The Rains of Castamere,” “A Man Without Honor,” and last week’s “Winterfell.” He will also direct Episode 4 of this eighth and final season, bringing his time
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American Horror Story Season 9: Everything We Know About Ahs: 1984

American Horror Story Season 9: Everything We Know About Ahs: 1984
Spring is barely upon us, yet we’re already looking forward to one of our favorite fall treats: a new season of American Horror Story.

Fresh off last season’s buzzy Ahs: Apocalypse — which combined characters from Coven, Murder House and Hotel in a crossover of biblical proportions — the FX anthology series returns later this year with Ahs: 1984, a terrifying tribute to classic slasher movies and villains. At least that’s what we were able to glean from the season’s first official teaser, which dropped online earlier this month.

We’ve also gotten a bit of casting confirmations,
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‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8 Episode 2 Leaks

‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8 Episode 2 Leaks
The second episode of “Game of Thrones'” final season has leaked online ahead of its Sunday night debut.

Fear not, “Thrones” fans: though the internet is dark and full of spoilers, this post is free of any details from Season 8 episode 2.

Rumblings of a leak began on the “Game of ThronesReddit and spilled over to Twitter as users pointed out that the second episode was streaming much earlier than its slated release on Amazon Prime Video in Germany.

You can legally watch leaked episode on Amazon in Germany. #GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/0mN08RFYvz

— Vladimir (@Bladimir_____) April 21, 2019

The
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The Saved By the Bell Cast Had a Reunion and Fans Are Demanding a Revival

The Saved By The Bell cast had a mini reunion over the weekend -- or at least most of the cast did. Mario Lopez shared an image of himself with former co-stars Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Elizabeth Berkley, Tiffani Thiessen and their spouses at dinner, captioning the special moment "Friends forever." Indeed,

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