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It's the Starbucks cup thing all over again.
Eagle-eyed Game of Thrones fans have something to buzz about yet again. A short mere two weeks after that now-iconic rogue Starbucks cup was spied in episode four of the show's eighth and last season, a plastic water bottle has now been spotted
She even paid tribute to her late father.
Whether or not you liked how HBO's Game of Thrones finally came to an end, one thing is clear: We’re all going to miss this massively successful show that had its fans coming up with their own theories, mourning the deaths of their
This is one of the show's most intense episodes to date.
If you've been closely watching every episode of Game of Thrones since the first season, you know the showrunners have been "planting" prophecies, visions, and clues about major plot points of the show. Many of these prophecies have already been fulfilled, and
Blink and you might miss it!
If you’re one of the many who thought Game of Thrones’ season eight episodes are not well lit, well, think again. Turns out, no shot is too dark for a true-blue fan, whose eagle eyes wouldn’t let even the most nitty-gritty detail
Winter may have arrived, but these ladies are heating up the Seven Kingdoms with their fashionable looks.
The women of Westeros, Essos, and beyond have shown incredible strength throughout the death, destruction, and despair that surround the world of Game of Thrones—and they sure looked good while they’re at it. They also stay true to the famous sayings, Valar
Even Ned Stark was in attendance!
After several months of waiting, the eighth and final season of HBO's Game of Thrones is finally about to hit the small screen next week! To state the obvious, the suspense has been keeping us at the edge of our seats. But
Are you ready for April 14?
It's less than six weeks 'til we're back to Westeros, people! The eight and final season of Game of Thrones is drawing near, and HBO just made it harder for us to wait with bated breath by finally releasing the much-anticipated show's
Emilia Clarke sets the record straight.
As we brace ourselves for the upcoming Game of Thrones season finale, it’s inevitable to come across fan theories about the most talked about HBO series. As you can tell, there are waaaay too many speculations surrounding this TV show—and everyone seems
They have been known to chill, as it were, in the manner a villain would.
The Fall/Winter season of Year 304 A.C.has finally arrived, so you can bet that the lords of Westeros will be layered-up as they head out to fetch their morning coffee from whatever their version of Starbucks is. Expect black, not-so-black, brown, and
Her style evolution could be the key to understanding her fate in the series.
A few years ago, if one wanted to dress as Daenerys Targaryen for Halloween, a draped gown with a flowy, feminine silhouette would have been the obvious choice of costume. But as we’ve been seeing in the seventh season, that’s no longer
One does not simply trade barbs with the Truly Rich Lady of Westeros.
Lady Olenna Tyrell has been one of the most beloved characters on HBO's Game of Thrones. She's blunt, sharp-witted, and doesn't shy away from trading insults. Many of the show's characters have tried to outtalk the Tyrell matriarch, only to find themselves
Welcome to the realm of the Seven Kingdoms!
If you still can’t stop talking about Game of Thrones’ recently aired seventh season premiere, welcome to the club! We here at Preview HQ are also HUGE fans of the show, which goes without saying that we look forward to getting sucked
It's gonna be a tell-all.
In just a few months—August, to be exact—it will have been 20 years since the world lost Princess Diana in that harrowing Paris car crash. Pioneering the lead-up to her death anniversary, HBO has announced plans to air an authorized documentary of
Sit back, relax, and get ready to flip those TV sets on!
Growing up in the southern side of Metro Manila, I’m pretty much used to being called a bum. Not in a sense that I have too much down time. But like most of my fellow southerners, I’d rather take things slow during