Emilia Clarke and Iain Glen
Weeks before Game of Thrones will premiere on HBO, fanboys of George R. R. Martin's enormously popular fantasy books are already worrying about how the show is going to end. The author recently told The New Yorker he doesn't want to "do a Lost" and mess up the ending.
Series executive producers D.B. Weiss attempted to further calm their nerves, telling TVGuide.com, "We've talked through what the final episode, the final season will be." Executive producer David Benioff adds: "We can't wait to write that episode. Of the many different fears we have about the show, long-term momentum is not one of them. We're very confident."
The Real Housewives of DC
One edition of Bravo's popular Real Housewives franchise has not been re-elected.
Bravo has canceled the Real Housewives of D.C. after just one season, EW reports. It's the first time in the franchise's history that an iteration hasn't made it to a second season.
It's not a no-hitter, but Kenny Powers will take it. Eastbound & Down star Danny McBride revealed Wednesday night on Conan that he'll soon be a father.
"I knocked my wife up," he told Conan O'Brien. "I had never impregnated anyone before, so I didn't really realize what they teach you in health class is actually true. That's all it takes. It's amazing."
Naomi Judd and Wynonna Judd
Ashley Judd wasn't the only Judd family member who was a victim of sexual abuse growing up. "I grew up in a family of secrets," Naomi Judd said on The View Thursday.
Both Naomi and her other daughter Wynonna Judd discussed how they were also victims of sexual abuse but were too ashamed to talk about it until now. The country music duo will be sharing family secrets and their life on tour on the new docu-series The Judds, which premieres on Sunday at 9/8c on OWN.
House of Lies
Showtime is adding two more original series to its lineup.
The cable channel announced Thursday it had ordered a 12-episode season of the drama Homeland, starring Claire Danes, and the comedy House of Lies, starring Don Cheadle. Both series will begin production in the summer.
Shane West, Maggie Q
Fans psyched for Nikita's return from hiatus are looking forward to one thing: A long-awaited, steamy encounter between Michael (Shane West) and Nikita (Maggie Q) teased by early promos.
But not so fast! West, who's well aware of the devoted "Mikita" following, tweeted a warning: "Lots of different Nikita promos are circulating to get you all in a 'tizzy.' Some may be dream sequences, flashbacks, or the present ;)."
Talk about leaving us wanting more! Sunday's sneak peek of HBO's Game of Thrones — a too-brief 15-minute tease -- showed promise for both fans of George R.R. Martin's book series and newcomers alike.
Based on the preview, here's what we think you can expect from the forthcoming series:
The Bronx Zoo's Egyptian Cobra
What do you do when a mild-mannered snake becomes a celebrity? You name it!
The Bronx Zoo is holding a contest to name the Egyptian cobra that escaped from its enclosure on March 25. The liberated serpent captured the public's imagination, started its own Twitter account and was found safe and sound six days later in a remote corner of the Reptile House.