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Game of Thrones Postmortem: Littlefinger Teaches a Flying Lesson

Kate Dickie, Aidan Gillen

[WARNING: The following contains spoilers from Sunday's Game of Thrones episode, "Mockingbird." If you haven't watched yet, it's best to sit this one out.]

Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish finally had to lift a finger.

On Sunday's Game of Thrones, the wily political schemer killed a third person this season, but this time, he did the honors with his own bare hands... read more

True Blood: Watch the First Trailer for the Final Season

True Blood

Is Bon Temps turning on Sookie?

HBO premiered the first full trailer for True Blood's upcoming seventh and final season Saturday, and the Hep-V vampires are causing chaos in the community.

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Foo Fighters Land an HBO Series

Foo Fighters

The Foo Fighters' forthcoming eighth album, which is set to drop this fall, will be accompanied by an HBO docu-series that chronicles its production.

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Defending Sansa: Why Game of Thrones' Girly Girl Is The Hero We Need

Sophie Turner

There are a lot of truly evil people on Game of Thrones, yet the show's most hated character isn't the sadistic Joffrey or flay-happy Ramsay. It's Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner), whose biggest offense seems to be that she's a teenage girl — and a girly one at that.

The polar opposite to her sister Arya, Sansa embodies everything a young Westerosi noblewoman should be. She loves lemon cakes, fairy tales and honestly believes in happily ever after (or at least she used to). But when people celebrate Game of Thrones for its depiction of empowering female characters, they typically point to Daenerys, Arya, Brienne and Cersei, all of whom actively fight against traditional ideals of womanhood and exhibit characteristics that are often associated with men. But where's the praise of Sansa's strength? No, she doesn't rely on dragons, a sword or aggression to get her way. She's polite, kind and a feminine, but none of those things make her weak.

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Game of Thrones' Alfie Allen Dissects Theon's Stockholm Syndrome

Alfie Allen, Iwan Rheon

Why didn't Theon Greyjoy greet his sister with open arms? read more

Game of Thrones By the Book: Peter Dinklage Delivers an Emmy-Worthy Performance

Peter Dinklage

Hello, friends and bannermen. On Sunday Game of Thrones finally got around to putting Tyrion on trial, with heartbreaking results. How did it match up with the books? How did it differ? read more

Game of Thrones Power Shift: Tyrion Makes a Demand; Stannis Plays His Hand

Peter Dinklage

On Sunday's Game of Thrones, King's Landing held its regicide trial, which included at least one surprise guest on the witness stand. And although Tyrion was in the weakest position possible, he was able to surprise everyone. His situation may not have improved, but at least he now has a say in his fate. Who else took control? Who slipped? TVGuide.com breaks down the power shifts in "The Laws of Gods and Men": read more

Game of Thrones By the Book: That Stark "Reunion" and Littlefinger in Danger?

Kate Dickie, Aidan Gillen

Hello, friends and bannermen. Game of Thrones' dangled the Stark family reunion before us and brought lusty Lysa to our screens. How did the episode match up with the books? How did it differ?

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HBO Officially Orders a New Season of Lisa Kudrow's The Comeback

Lisa Kudrow

Why yes, you can call it a comeback. After weeks of rumors, HBO finally announced on Monday that it has ordered a new season of The Comeback, the 2005 comedy starring Friends vet Lisa Kudrow and created by Sex and the City'sMichael Patrick King. Six new episodes of the series will premiere this fall...

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Game of Thrones Power Shift: Hodor Loses Control; Littlefinger Gets Laid

Kristian Nairn

Our feelings for Sunday's Game of Thrones can be summed up in one word: Hodor! If you need more than that, check out the rest of the recap. read more

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