Series like FX’s The Strain are upping the ante on television violence. But there are plenty of other gruesome examples of televised gore. Warning: Potential spoilers ahead!
Aimee Richardson may no longer be Myrcella Baratheon, but she wins this game.
Don’t stop doing what you’re doing.
The Avengers and Game of Thrones impressed, but fans of Fantastic Four and American Horror Story: Coven were left in the dust.
Are you more Jon and Ygritte or Coach Taylor and Tami?
You’ll there be for I. Gets a little NSFW towards the end.
Eye-gouging never looked so funny.
Oscar nominee Keisha Castle-Hughes joins the HBO fantasy drama, along with Jonathan Price, Alexander Siddig, and six others. Season 5 just got a lot more real.
All men must…live somewhere.
“There’s a limit to how many people even I can kill.”
Une chose est sûre : ils sont très forts à HBO.
“I’m not saying I deserve special treatment…”
Benedict Cumberbatch! Frozen’s Elsa! And (hopefully) first looks at Game of Thrones’ Sand Snakes and the Justice League of America. Here’s our wish list for 2014’s San Diego Comic-Con, running from July 23–27.
Looks like not all the men are dead yet.
There’s a very firm correlation between luck and evilness.
Who is REALLY Jon Snow’s mother? This changes everything.
We are all blessed by tumblr.
VFX company Mackevision has released this incredible video of the effects used in Season 4 of Game of Thrones. Turns out in Westeros NOTHING is real.
This guy’s been watching *way* too much Game of Thrones.
For all those with zero fucks to give.
After he played Emmett on the iconic gay series Queer as Folk, Peter Paige co-created The Fosters, about a family with two moms. Now behind the camera, he reflects on how much things have changed.
And no one was brutally murdered either.