Sunday’s Game of Thrones brought with it a great many shocking developments and reunions, but perhaps none delighted fans more-so than Joe Dempsie’s Gendry Baratheon. The character’s rowing Season 3 exit was finally resolved with a major role to play, but it seems producers almost brought back the character even earlier.
You’d be hard-pressed to find a more satisfying Game of Thrones hour than Sunday’s dragon-roasted “Spoils of War,” but it seems yet another reunion may have taken place under our noses. Some eagle-eyed fans spotted a certain stone-hearted figure lurking around Winterfell, and we must never stop theorizing about it.
Prominent TV stars taking new roles are generally ominous signs, so is Vikings about to suffer an axe? Westworld has three new additions to the park, as Season 2 casts Vikings favorite Gustaf Skarsgard and more as new series regulars.
It seems like a lifetime ago Game of Thrones fans were arguing about Ed Sheeran’s cameo in the Season 7 premiere, but we never did quite learn the Lannister soldier’s fate. Some speculated he and his merry brood were among those incinerated in Sunday’s “The Spoils of War,” but sadly, the shape of Sheeran remains in tact.
Well, if there wasn’t too concern with HBO’s recent hack leaking material early before, there is now. Reports indicate Game of Thrones Season 7’s fourth episode, “The Spoils of War,” has officially made its way online.
Hacking scandals are everywhere these days, and a recent HBO attack that allegedly leaked Game of Thrones scripts and several comedy episodes may be bigger than feared. Sources say the data extends to many more times what Sony suffered in 2014, and is now being investigated by the FBI.
If there was giant wall of ice surrounding HBO to protect the network’s most precious properties, well, that sucker has come crashing down. The company has become the target of a recent cyber attack after The Night King a group of hackers reportedly infiltrated the network’s systems. And some secretive Game of Thrones data has allegedly leaked online.
Regardless of whatever Game of Thrones bosses David Benioff and Dan Weiss did next, a new modern slavery drama was not something to announce lightly. Now, HBO acknowledges that Confederate needed more consideration of its audience, if not the premise.
Jon Stewart’s first attempt at a new HBO series may have been scrapped, but the former Daily Show host isn’t down and out. Not only will Stewart return to standup for the first time in twenty-one years with a new HBO special, but also headline a Night of Too Many Stars.
Game of Thrones knows how much its fans will analyze and decode every production detail, and occasionally saves us the trouble. Get a closer look at all the written props this week, revealing the extent of Jorah’s love for Dany, and a greyscale cure that involves … olive oil?
HBO’s Westworld surprised all of us with a Season 2 trailer for its 2018 return, though plenty of questions remain unanswered. Consider two mysteries solved, as bosses confirm we’ll leave the park in Season 2, and likely revisit the mysterious “SW.”
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