Game of Thrones has faithfully added to its body count ever since premiering in April with several beheadings, but Sunday's episode featured what Harry Lloyd calls the "best death ever."
Spoiler alert! If you haven't watched Episode 6, "A Golden Crown," yet, you're really doing yourself a disservice if you continue reading.
Kirstie Alley, Hines Ward, Chelsea Kane
Season 12 of Dancing with the Stars may be touted as one of the closest ever, but 52 percent of TVGuide.com readers think Hines Ward will run away with the Mirrorball trophy come Tuesday night. Still, that doesn't mean we can count out fan favorite Kirstie Alley and Disney young'un Chelsea Kane, who along with the Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver, make up the top-scoring couples of the season.
"This season has been so up and down. There have been so many people on top of the leader board. I think it's really going to come down to who the audience wants to see," Ward's partner, Kym Johnson, says. "All three are such different personalities and such different styles. This one is totally up in the air, I think. You just don't know."
Dancing's Maks: Making the finals would mean validation
The trio will face off Monday with a repeat dance, a judges' pick (with new choreography and music) and the highly anticipated freestyle.
So who's got the edge? Let's size them up!
Brace yourself, Parenthood fans. The Braverman clan is about to expand. Twice.
In the second season finale, Julia (Erika Christensen) and Joel (Sam Jaeger) set their sights on adoption just as Kristina (Monica Potter) and Adam (Peter Krause) got the surprising news about baby No. 3.
The two new additions are certainly cause for celebration, but after Julia and Joel tried unsuccessfully for months to have a child of their own, Kristina's unplanned pregnancy will be a tough pill to swallow.
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"Adoption can be quite a process, and then at the same time, Kristina having gotten pregnant, that's heartbreaking for me to think about Julia finding out...
Joseph Brooks, the Academy Award-winning songwriter of the '70s hit "You Light Up My Life," apparently committed suicide, CNN reports.
His death comes two years after Brooks was charged in the sexual assault of about a dozen women, and five months after his son, Christopher Brooks, was charged in the death of...
Brad Pitt and Laramie Eppler
The director of the best film at Cannes wasn't there to collect his award. But it wasn't because Lars von Trier won. Instead, it was the famously publicity-shy Terrence Malick, whose The Tree of Life took the Palme d'Or.
The Associated Press reported that the producers of the winning movie, which stars...
Johnny Depp and Geoffrey Rush
The fourth Pirates of the Caribbean film sailed to the top of the weekend box office, Box Office Mojo reports.
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides brought in some major booty — an estimated $90.1 million — to become the top opening of 2011. However, the debut was notably lower than that of the...
Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon
Justin Timberlake closed out Season 36 of Saturday Night Live, reprising two memorable sketches — co-hosting "The Barry Gibb Talk Show" with SNL alum Jimmy Fallon and re-teaming with Andy Samberg for a third digital short in their '90s R&B group alter egos from "D--- in a Box" and "Motherlover."
Musical guest Lady Gaga also got to have some fun in "3-Way (The Golden Rule)," which saw Timberlake — who was serving as the show's host for the fourth time — and Samberg singing about how it's not gay if it's a three-way, "with a...
John Barrowman and Eve Myles
What if nobody on Earth dies?
That question lies at the center of Torchwood: Miracle Day, which follows what happens when suddenly no one on Earth dies and the population slowly begins to rise. The latest installment of the BBC series sees the secret Torchwood institute, including Capt. Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) and Gwen Cooper (Eve Myles), come to the U.S. to try to...