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Kit Harington Knows 'Everything' About 'Game of Thrones' Final Episode: 'I Cried at The End'
Turns out you don't know nothing, Jon Snow!
"We had a read through last week in fact, so I know everything now,” the 30-year-old actor revealed, adding that the HBO series' wrap-up is bound to get pretty emotional.
"I cried at the end," he confessed. "You have to remember that eight years of it -- no one really cares about it more than us."
“It’s been an institution longer than any other institution I’ve been in. School, drama school, anything," he explained. "I get a bit weepy thinking about it. It’s going to be a strange year saying goodbye to everyone and having last scenes with this person »
Ratings: Once Upon a Time Slips to New Low, Hawaii Five-0 Tops Night
ABC’s Once Upon a Time this Friday drew 2.52 million total viewers and a 0.5 demo rating, dipping to its second-smallest audience ever while slipping two tenths to an all-time demo low.
RelatedOnce Upon a Time Recap: Heart Attack
Leading out of that, Marvel’s Inhumans (1.98 mil/0.4) in its fourth week was down 13 and 30 percent.
Related2018 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?
Over on CBS, MacGyver (6.8 mil/0.8), Hawaii Five-0 (8.5 mil/1.0) and Blue Bloods (8.9 mil/0.9) all held steady. Five-0 led Friday in the demo, while Blue Bloods as usual drew the night’s biggest audience. »
‘Magnum Pi’ Reboot Lands at CBS
“Magnum P.I.” is getting ready to ride again at CBS. A reboot of the classic Hawaii-set TV series has picked up a pilot-production commitment from the network. The update centers on Thomas Magnum, played by Tom Selleck in the original series, and follows the ex-Navy Seal as he returns home from Afghanistan to become a private investigator. Peter Lenkov and Eric Guggenheim are writers and executive producers on the co-production from CBS Television Studios and Universal Television. Also executive producing are John Davis and John Fox, both of Davis Entertainment. “Magnum P.I.” originally signed off in May 1988 after »
- Ryan Gajewski
‘Descendants’ Actor Cameron Boyce Fires APA Agent Due to Sexual Assault Allegations
Whether or not Boyce will continue his relationship with APA remains to be seen.
The Agency for the Performing Arts began investigating Tyler Grasham after Blaise Godbe Lipman accused him of plying him with alcohol and sexually abusing him. »
- Umberto Gonzalez
Ben Bates, Stunt Double for 'Gunsmoke' Star James Arness, Dies at 84
In addition to stepping in for Arness as Marshal Matt Dillon on the long-running CBS Western, Bates doubled for the actor on the TV series McClain's Law and How the West Was Won (on which Bates also served as stunt coordinator) and in the TV movies Red River and The Alamo: Thirteen Days to Glory.
In 2001's James Arness: An Autobiography, Bates said that each »
- Mike Barnes
Chelsea Handler’s Netflix Show Is Ending After Only Two Seasons
Chelsea Handler announced on Twitter last week that she is quitting her weekly Netflix TV chat show to turn her attention full-time to political activism. Her show is winding up after only two seasons. Handler announced on the social media platform that “Like so many across the country, the past presidential election and the countless events that have unfolded since have galvanized me,” She added. “From the national level down to the grassroots, it’s clear our decisions at the ballot box next year will mark a defining moment for our nation.” Like many in the late-night space she became increasingly
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- Nat Berman
Sophia Bush Insists Her ‘Chicago P.D.’ Departure Was Her Decision, Not Firing
Sophia Bush has broken her silence on the reason for departing Chicago P.D. after four seasons. Responding to an Instagram comment, she claimed, “I left because I wanted to. End of story.” Bush, the former female lead on the series, battled rumors that she was fired from the show, with trouble on the set blamed. But she claimed in her response today that she had plotted her departure. “Took me a long time and a lot of hard work to get out of that show.” Bush’s… »
‘Once Upon a Time’ & ‘Marvel’s Inhumans’ Slip To Demo Ratings Lows
CBS’ testosterone-heavy drama lineup held up surprisingly well against the Yankees-Astros baseball game. It was actually ABC’s female-friendly Once Upon a Time (0.5 adults 18-49 rating, 2.52 million total viewers) that tied for the biggest demo drop (-0.2) on Friday to hit a new L+Sd series low in 18-49. The decline carried over to lead-out Marvel's Inhumans (0.4, 2 million), which also was down -0.2 to a series low in the demo. As we noted, CBS’ dramas were all steady… »
President Trump Continues Feud With Congresswoman Hours Before Sgt. La David Johnson Funeral
President Donald Trump took time out from his morning – on the day of the funeral of slain Sgt. La David Johnson – to continue his feuds with the media and Johnson’s congresswoman and friend, Rep. Frederica Wilson. Not letting go of his latest little nickname for a foe, the president called the congresswoman “Wacky” and suggested that he hopes the “Fake News Media” keeps talking about her because she “is killing the Democrat Party!” I hope the Fake News Media keeps… »
Young and the Restless Spoilers: Hilary’s Attitude Change Doesn’t Fool Us
Young and the Restless fans know that things are getting a little out of whack with Hilary. She’s making nice with people she doesn’t like, she’s making friends with kids, and she’s looking to improve herself. At least that’s the situation she’s trying to make sure everyone buys. We aren’t buying it. She’s up to something, and we just know it. She’s not a good person who just goes out of her way to make other people feel better. She’s selfish and looking to do what is best for her all the time. She’s not going out of her way
Young and the Restless Spoilers: Hilary’s Attitude Change Doesn’t Fool Us »
- Tiffany Raiford
Why Marvel Isn’t Making ‘The Incredible Hulk 2’ Anytime Soon
It seems obvious, right? The Hulk is one of Marvel’s most popular characters. His 2008 movie helped launch the McU in the first place, hitting theaters the same year as Iron Man and confirming the existence of a shared cinematic universe among Marvel properties. And yet in the decade since that first movie was released, we’ve gotten nothing: no direct follow-up to Bruce Banner’s story. The Hulk continues to appear in other McU titles, as do his various supporting characters: chief among them being General (now Secretary of State) Thunderbolt Ross, and his son, Joint Counter Terrorism Center representative Everett
Why Marvel Isn’t Making ‘The Incredible Hulk 2’ Anytime Soon »
- Brian Hadsell
Sophia Bush Breaks Silence on Chicago P.D. Exit: 'I Left Because I Wanted To'
Responding to a comment made on an Instagram post touting her new pilot deal, Bush strikes down the idea that the decision to leave the NBC procedural was made for her. She also insinuates that she decided to leave long before her final appearance last spring.
“Took me a long time and a lot of hard work »
The Bold and the Beautiful Spoilers: Liam and Steffy Continue to Fall Apart
The Bold and the Beautiful spoilers indicate that Liam and Steffy are worse than we previously thought. It turns out that they are seriously on the rocks with some serious life issues, and there is nothing they can do about it if they don’t sit down and speak to one another in the meantime. She’s not certain that he is loyal to her, to his family, or to his business. She’s going to feel that he is using things to his advantage and making some changes in life that don’t necessarily make life any easier for everyone involved. And she’s
The Bold and the Beautiful Spoilers: Liam and Steffy Continue to Fall Apart »
- Tiffany Raiford
Performer of the Week: Candice Patton
The Performer | Candice Patton
The Show | The Flash
The Episode | “Mixed Signals” (Oct. 17, 2017)
The Performance | Coming out of the season opener, in which Iris told Barry that she did as he asked and kept “moving forward” during his half-year absence — if only so that she didn’t look back to see that her fiance had bailed on her to appease the Speed Force — you had to know that there was more on her mind. Yet as anticipated as the next burst of truth-telling was, Patton did that thing she does, making a moment about a super-powered fella and his partner »
‘Too Funny to Fail’ Review: ‘Dana Carvey Show’ Doc Finds Some Joy in One of Comedy’s Most Glorious Failures
Enough time has passed since the preemptive demise of “The Dana Carvey Show” that Stephen Colbert, Steve Carell, Robert Smigel, and the comedian who gave the show its name can chuckle a bit. Twenty years after ABC pulled the plug on a subversive primetime sketch show, “Too Funny to Fail” revisits the meteoric rise and spectacular flameout that surrounded the show’s eight-episode run in the spring of 1996. Yet with decades of perspective, Josh Greenbaum’s documentary finds a surprising amount of fondness and wistfulness in a doomed project with such a public end.
Part of that bittersweet satisfaction comes from the retroactive knowledge that some of the major players in this saga would go on to shape the modern comedy landscape. Colbert and Carell got their first big breaks as “Dana Carvey Show” cast members, while Smigel would eventually go on to a vaunted comedy writing career (including being »
- Steve Greene
‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Is the Best Reviewed Marvel Movie by a Long Shot
While it might still be two weeks before it releases in the Us, Thor: Ragnarok is already a hit with the critics. And as the early reviews start trickling in, one thing has already become crystal clear: the third Thor movie is easily the best reviewed installment of the entire McU. With just under fifty reviews in from critics throughout the country, Thor: Ragnarok is currently enjoying a 98% score on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes: with only a single negative review in the bunch. While this score can and invariably will fluctuate as more reviews are collected ahead of its
- Brian Hadsell
General Hospital Spoilers: Patient Six Tells Us A Bit More
General Hospital fans are finally going to see the story begin to unfold with Patient Six. When he comes back, he’s going to go out of his own way to believe he is Jason. He’s convinced he is Jason, and the mystery is going to drive everyone crazy. They’re not going to know who to believe, what to believe, and how to go about handling this situation. He’s got to share this with someone, and we suspect he will begin to share it with people he knows. Imagine Patient Six, the man with Jason’s face, showing up at all the
General Hospital Spoilers: Patient Six Tells Us A Bit More »
- Tiffany Raiford
Days of Our Lives Spoilers: Dr. Rolf is Returning
Days of Our Lives fans know that this next week is going to be a very interesting one as Dr. Rolf comes back and Sami and Hope team up against him to get the answers they need. They are unwilling to sit back and watch as things happen in their lives and there are all these rumors that Will is alive and well. They are going to figure it out, make it happen, and work through what they can work through. They will not have a problem with any of it, and they will get their lives in order one
Days of Our Lives Spoilers: Dr. Rolf is Returning »
- Tiffany Raiford
The Curse of Oak Island Has Gotten a $1.5 Million Boost from the Government of Nova Scotia
Recently, the production for The Curse of Oak Island received an approximate value of $1.5 million Usd from a fund set up by the Nova Scotia Business Inc. for the purpose of encouraging the production of both movies and TV shows in that particular province of Canada. It is interesting to note that this was more than what the production had received for the previous season, which was $1.27 million in Canadian dollars compared to the $1.9 million Canadian dollars this time. Why Did It Get the Boost? For those who have not managed to guess based on its name,
The Curse of Oak Island Has Gotten a $1.5 Million Boost from the Government of Nova Scotia »
- Nat Berman
Jane The Virgin Review: How Responsible Is Too Responsible?
It’s always been a chore to pull the fun out of Jane, despite all of the fun drama on Jane the Virgin. However, something happens to Jane when she is around Adam. He brings out the younger side of herself, but now she has to find the right balance. This is especially important since everyone’s worlds are about to be turned upside down. Two key, and extremely disliked, characters return to shake things up. Not even that covers the whopper of a twist prefaced before the episode is up. Rogelio is such a trooper. With Darci on bed rest, she
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- Araceli Aviles
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