TVLine Readers' Emmy Picks: Which Races Were Landslides? Which Categories Are Way Too Close to Call?
Your ballots are in, and the results of this year’s TVLine reader poll for the Primetime Emmy Awards has two genre-TV stars (easily) grabbing gold Sunday night on ABC. Will this be the year that out-there fare actually gets its due? REVIEW THE RESULTS!
Emmys Poll 2016: Who Should Win Supporting Actor in a Drama?
Forget winter. Fall is coming, and it’s bringing with it an epic Emmy showdown between Jon Snow and Tyrion Lannister. READ MORE & VOTE
Game of Thrones' Kit Harington to Fans: 'Sorry for Lying to Everyone!'
The following story contains spoilers from Sunday’s Game of Thrones. Proceed at your own peril
Game of Thrones Co-Star Commends Kit Harington's Season 6 Performance: 'He Gives Good Corpse'
Kit Harington had his work cut out for him while shooting Game of Thrones‘ Season 6 premiere (Sunday, 9/8c on HBO). Although the episode called for the actor to literally play dead (Jon Snow is, after all, really, truly deceased), co-star Liam Cunningham insists READ MORE
Game of Thrones: 'Jon Snow Is Dead,' HBO Finally, Officially Confirms
For those of you still in the denial stage of grief following Jon Snow’s Game of Thrones fate, a new, official pronouncement from HBO should help move you along to the anger stage — and quickly. READ MORE
Game of Thrones: Kit Harington Confirms That Jon Snow Will Make Season 6 Appearance
Game of Thrones: 8 (Mostly) Plausible Ways Jon Snow Can Be in Season 6
Like Ned Stark’s bastard himself, when it comes to whether Jon Snow will be in Game of Thrones‘ sixth season, we know nothing.
Of course, that doesn’t stop us from having a few theories. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
Kit Harington's Long Hair: Is It a Clue to Jon Snow's Game of Thrones Future?
Game of Thrones Star, EP Talk Tragic Finale Twist: Is [Spoiler] Really Dead?
There are now three universal truths Game of Thrones fans must accept: “Winter is coming,” “The night is dark and full of terrors” and, as bluntly delivered by showrunner Dan Weiss, “Dead is dead.” READ MORE