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Please share something Game of Thrones-related. — Rosie
HBO has already foreshadowed the royal wedding between King Joffrey and Margaery Tyrell this season, but fear not: These nuptials will be far more civilized than last year's traumatic Red Wedding. Still, there will be barbs thrown thanks to those quarrelsome Lannisters. In particular, Cersei doesn't respect the arranged marriage — or her new queen — and will make quick work of publicly undermining her authority.
I need some Mad Men scoop! Will Don be back in the office? — Dino
Amazon is poised to order four new series from the five original pilots the online company released last month, Variety reports.
Among the projects getting a green light are sci-fi series The After, written and directed by The X-Files creator Chris Carter, cop drama Bosch, dramedy Mozart in the Jungle and dark comedy Transparent. Like last year...
Amazon released a second set of original pilots Thursday, which viewers can watch for free through Amazon Prime Instant Video.
The new slate of programming includes five kids shows and five prime-time shows, including two hourlong dramas. Viewer feedback will determine which shows will be picked up for full seasons.
Where in the world is Agent Coulson?
That's what his hand-picked S.H.I.E.L.D. team will venture to find out when Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. returns on Tuesday (8/7c on ABC). The team will find help from the larger S.H.I.E.L.D. organization — and the returning Agent Victoria Hand (Saffron Burrows) — in tracking down a criminal named Vanchat (Aiden Turner) who may be able to locate where Raina (Ruth Negga) and Centipede have taken Coulson (Clark Gregg). Check out the first two minutes of the midseason premiere below:
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will crossover with Thor: The Dark World on Tuesday's episode (8/7c, ABC) when Coulson's (Clark Gregg) team is sent in to pick up the pieces after the Dark Elves' attack on London. The episode will serve as a history lesson, of sorts, on the people of Asgard when the team comes across as Asgardian relic.
"One of the things that S.H.I.E.L.D. does that we never deal with is clean up," executive producer Jed Whedon tells TVGuide.com. "After the fallout of the film, we're...