Game of Pugs
This week, we learned that the Game of Thrones opening credit sequence is much better when redone with pugs. After passing on the sci-fi pilot Delirium last year, Fox opted to make the episode available on Hulu. Also, actress Eliza Coupewondered whether she should fake her own death and Triumph the Insult Comic Dog stopped by a few bars to observe fans watching the World Cup. And breakout singer Sam Smith debuted a gorgeous cover of Whitney Houston's "How Will I Know." Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best onlinevideos:
Ashraf Barhom and Adam Rayner
FX is putting a twist on family drama in the network's upcoming series Tyrant.
Premiering Tuesday at 10/9c, Tyrant stars Adam Rayner as Barry al Fayeed, a Calfornia pediatrician who's also secretly the youngest son of a Middle East dictator. When Barry reluctantly returns to his home country, it's not long before he, his wife and kids have to confront the longstanding family issues with his father and brother that he left behind so many years ago. And the longer Barry stays, the more we see the darker version of himself he's been running from for all these years.
With the weather heating up and everyone running for the outdoors, what better way to celebrate summer than watching visionary designer Pete Nelson create private escapes in the sky.
On Friday's episode (10/9c, Animal Planet), Pete meets with a Scottish couple in Tulsa who are avid gardeners and want a treetop cottage that honors their heritage. For the perfect look, Pete and his team create custom hanging flower baskets, interior cubbies for storing gardening tools, and a whole lot of tartan. The resulting floating garden cottage is nothing short of mesmerizing.
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Game of Thrones, Brady Bunch-style opening
This week, Jimmy Fallon helped comedian Kevin Hart overcome his fear of roller coasters, and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio was forced to sing "I Love LA" after the Los Angeles Kings beat the New York Rangers to win the NHL's Stanley Cup. NBC News anchor Brian Williamsrapped "Baby Got Back," and a bunch of animals got down to Salt-n-Pepa's "Push It." Also, in honor of the Game of Thrones Season 4 finale, the Internet banded together to release a host of hilarious interviews, including a Thrones-Brady Bunch mashup and the final episode of Funny or Die's web series "Gay of Thrones." Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Will Duck Dynasty's Reed make it to high school graduation?
On Wednesday's episode, the Robertson family prepares to see Reed get his diploma, but Jase has his own ideas about how to celebrate the milestone: frog hunting! Missy, of course, is not thrilled that her son might miss the ceremony, but with a little persuasion, Reed agrees to do both. But will he actually make it in time?
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Will Callie's adoption finally go through on The Fosters?
On Monday's season premiere (9/8c, ABC Family), Callie (Maia Mitchell) returns to the courthouse in hopes of making everything official, but until she can find her birth father — or she turns 18 — the adoption is put on hold.
Debby Ryan, Peyton List
What happens when the boss becomes the employee? Jessie will soon find out.
On Friday's all-new episode of the Disney Channel comedy, Jessie (Debby Ryan) gets another job to earn extra cash, but who's her new boss at the Empire Skate Building? Emma (Peyton List)!
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Aerial Miranda, Lucy Hale, Ian Harding
Will Ezra survive the Pretty Little Liars premiere? And will he be conscious enough to tell the girls who "A" really is?
On the show's winter finale that led the girls to New York City, Aria (Lucy Hale), Spencer (Troian Bellisario), Hanna (Ashley Benson), Emily (Shay Mitchell) and Alison (Sasha Pieterse) found themselves on a rooftop, trying to escape "A." When Ezra (Ian Harding) appeared — throwing off the audience (and the girls) for a moment — he was soon in a battle with "A" that ended with a gunshot. At the end of the episode, Ezra held his bleeding stomach, and fell into the arms of Aria.