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‘Game of Thrones’ Is 2017’s Most-Pirated Show, But ‘Rick and Morty’ Is Gaining
‘Game of Thrones’ Is 2017’s Most-Pirated Show, But ‘Rick and Morty’ Is Gaining
If Game of Thrones skipping 2018 has one advantage, it’s that next year will finally bring us a new king of TorrentFreak’s most-pirated TV. It totally won 2017, of course, but a few new additions like Rick and Morty or demotions for Arrow might make this a very different list going forward.
Colbert Ruins ‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘Stranger Things’ With Stephen Miller
Colbert Ruins ‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘Stranger Things’ With Stephen Miller
We’re all fatigued enough to the point that reality and the daily news cycle have begun blending together, so allow Stephen Colbert to sharpen that point. On a pike, specifically, as Colbert throws presidential advisor Stephen Miller onto Game of Thrones, Stranger Things and more to test his “I’m prepared to go on any show” claim.
‘Walking Dead’ Meets ‘Chappelle’s Show’ in SNL Revival
‘Walking Dead’ Meets ‘Chappelle’s Show’ in SNL Revival
Dave Chappelle practically quit show-business over the endless association with his viral Chappelle’s Show characters, to the point few presumed we’d ever see them again. Well, it seems we owe The Walking Dead’s frustrating cliffhanger a debt of gratitude, as Chappelle took his SNL hosting as a chance to revive a number of Chappelle’s Show favorites … at least to kill one off.
‘Walking Dead’ Boss Says Glenn’s Fate Was About Rick, Maggie, and Negan
‘Walking Dead’ Boss Says Glenn’s Fate Was About Rick, Maggie, and Negan
The Walking Dead tried to have its cake and eat it by Sunday’s Season 7 premiere cashing out not one, but two series regulars; one in line with the comic, one intended to throw us off. Now, creator Robert Kirkman explains why AMC’s Walking Dead opted to follow the comic so closely, noting that too much story was lost otherwise.
‘Walking Dead’ Bosses Say Negan’s Kills Were Two Years in the Making
‘Walking Dead’ Bosses Say Negan’s Kills Were Two Years in the Making
There’s been a bit of back-and-forth surrounding Negan’s victims from last night’s Walking Dead premiere, as some suggested they’d yet to choose the big death before this summer, while cast have claimed to know even longer. Now that the truth is finally splattered out in the open, showrunner Scott M. Gimple and creator Robert Kirkman say the doomed pair was chosen years in advance.

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