It's safe to say that Margaret (Michelle Fairley) is up to no good on Sunday's Resurrection.
Now that we know the matriarch knows how to kill The Returned, it looks like she might do just that... or perhaps something even more nefarious.
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It seems Lady Stoneheart really isn't happening. Michelle Fairley, who played Catelyn Stark on Game of Thrones, has joined ABC's Resurrection, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Now that 24: Live Another Day has dispensed with the threat of terrorist Margot Al-Harazi, Jack Bauer & Co. can celebrate, right? Not so fast.
Even though Jack (Kiefer Sutherland) dumped Margot (Michelle Fairley) out a window last week, the override device she was using to control American drones is now in the hands of dirty CIA Station Chief Steve Navarro (Benjamin Bratt), who has designs to turn the device over to hacker Adrian Cross (Michael Wincott).
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The good news: In the exclusive sneak peek from Monday's episode (9/8c, Fox) below, Jack is hip to what Navarro is up to and...
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from the most recent episode of 24: Live Another Day as well as possible future episodes of Game of Thrones. Read at your own risk.]
24: Live Another Day may have fooled audiences when the show "killed" President Heller, but this week's casualty is a goner for sure.
After Jack (Kiefer Sutherland) and Chloe (Mary Lynn Rajskub) were able to fake the death of President Heller (William Devane) by hacking into the video feed on the drone terrorist Margot Al-Harazi (Michelle Fairley) was using to target the leader of the free world, Margot honored her word to crash all her other drones and cease the attacks on London. However, when Margot realized she'd been tricked...
Game of Thrones may have ended its fourth season in a singularly satisfying way, but fans are already feeling bereft of their weekly dose of intrigue and backstabbing.
Only the show's return or perhaps author George R.R. Martin releasing another chapter can truly help alleviate our Westerosi withdrawal symptoms. In an attempt to keep the spirit of the series alive until then, TVGuide.com offers up Game of Thrones' biggest unsolved mysteries as food for thought (lovingly prepared by Hot Pie) and discussion: