Winter has come. And while many admirers of the Game of Thrones series do not want it to end, tonight, on HBO, the most highly anticipated series finale of all time will mark the final chapter in an eight-seasons series filled with castles, sword fights, dragons, revenges, laughters, melodies and yes, sex.
Since many fans want to stay entirely spoiler-free, we will not say a word about what you can expect from tonight's groundbreaking episode. That is why we have also decided not to share any trailer of the series until the episodes are finally released and everyone has had the chance to watch them.
But similar to Breaking Bad, who left audience longing for more, Game of Thrones will not stop there. Already two separate spin-offs have been kick off. But if there is one rule, it is that most spin-offs fail to recapture the magic of the original series.
Also, if you want to continue immersing yourself into the realm of the Seven Kingdoms, the best thing to do is to jump on the outstanding original novels from author George R. R. Martin. He recently released a book describing what took place in Westeros 300 years before the events from the Game of Thrones series.
Thanks to X-Philes from all over the world, we are glad to announce the release of The X-Files Quotes.
In the last months, we have been working hard developing a new module to add individual quotes from The X-Files. Later on, we gathered many quotes from the saga. We then asked the X-Philes to provide us with their favorite quotes, ensuring we cover many of the most memorable quotes.
Not only that, but quotes are organized in multiple pages and you can sort those by likes or date added.
Now, the page is online and we cannot wait for you to access it! Also, by joining us, you'll be able to add likes to your favorite quotes.
HBO just released three hours ago the very first teaser from the highly anticipated series Watchmen, based on the original graphical novel by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons.
What is very clear from that first trailer is that the series will be quite visual, to say the least.
Watch it below and tell us what you think:
Created by Damon Lindelof, Watchmen is a modern-day reimagining of Alan Moore's groundbreaking graphic novel about masked vigilantes. The cast includes: Regina King, Jeremy Irons, Don Johnson, Jean Smart, Tim Blake Nelson, Louis Gossett Jr., Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Hong Chau, Andrew Howard, Tom Mison, Frances Fisher, Jacob Ming-Trent, Sara Vickers, Dylan Schombing, and James Wolk.
Two years of waiting, millions of dollars invested, fans from around the globe anxiously waiting for the release of the eight and final season from the highly popular Game of Thrones.
But on Sunday, a stupendous production error shocked the Internet. In a scene from episode 4, a modern coffee cup can be seen in front of actress Emilia Clarke. Soon after the release of the episode, many laughed at the series and could not understand how such an error could go through the editing room in a series that is told to be well crafted.
Following the harsh criticism from the fans and a global media coverage of this incident, HBO edited the scene and the coffee cup has now disappeared from the online episode.
Only two episodes are left before the end of the show.
As all the fans of Veronica Mars already know, she will be returning with brand new episodes on Hulu. But now, we know the date. Veronica Mars will come back on July 26. Oh, and we have something even better, a nice teaser trailer: