Reiterating that people did like Game of Thrones and thanking the fans were common themes during the hour-long panel. Maybe one day the stars of Game of Thrones will answer fan questions about the end of their beloved series.
Starring Michael Sheen (left) and David Tennant, Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett's beloved comic novel leaps to the small screen with celestially gratifying results.
In other words, she didn't get elected prom queen and her boyfriend doesn't want to make out so it's time to die, King's Landing !Deciding to burn the world because you feel lonely and can't get laid is a real incel move, but here it also gestures at so many pernicious stereotypes about women as overemotional and petty, prone to inventing slights and overreacting to them, full of unpredictable anger without origin.
Related Stories The hope for many of these companies, of course, is that they can prove to be a viable competitor to Netflix, which is expected to hit nearly 150 million worldwide subscribers by year’s end, and which continues to mint must-see original shows ( The Haunting of Hill House ), specials (Hannah Gadsby’s Nanette ), and movies (the critically beloved, shakily handled Roma ).
Wonder why they didn’t go with it?A Sequel for FilmStruckThe beloved classic-film streamer FilmStruck—which is scheduled to close down next week—is getting a happy ending: Next year will see the launch of The Criterion Channel, a new freestanding service that will feature several titles from the current FilmStruck catalog (the venture was a collaboration between Criterion and the WarnerMedia-owned Turner Classic Movies).