TVLine Items: New Thrones Promo Promises 'Chaos,' Glee Grad Joins HBO Pilot and More!

Despite the snowstorm that blanketed the East Coast last weekend, Game of Thrones fans know winter is still on its way  — and a new promo makes it seem like the coming storm’s going to be a rough one.

HBO has unveiled a fresh teaser for Season 3 of the fantasy drama (bowing March 31), and it is chaotic.

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See for yourselves below, then hit the comments with your thoughts.

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Jonathan Groff (Glee, Boss) has been tapped to star in an HBO comedy pilot from Bored to Death‘s Sarah Condon and Michael Lannan, per The Hollywood Reporter. The untitled project centers on a group of gay friends living in San Francisco.

• Dancing With the Stars‘ Season 16 cast will be announced Tuesday, Feb. 26 on ABC’s Good Morning America. The long-running competition series’ latest cycle premieres March 18.

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The Online Network officially announced Monday that production on both the All My Children and One Life to Live revivals is slated to begin Feb. 25. The sudsers will shoot in Stamford, Conn., with new installments launching this spring.

Saturday Night Live wasn’t quite overcome with Bieber Fever, as ratings for this weekend’s installment fell 4 percent below previous host Adam Levine’s outing.

• The G4 network will be rebranded the Esquire Network effective April 22, and will — per a press release —  “capture the classic voice, impeccable style and unmistakable wit that have come to define Esquire, the original men’s magazine and premier authority on contemporary men.” Programming for the revamped channel will feature not only gaming and technology, but also “entertainment, food, fashion, women, humor, travel, competition, danger and more.” Um, danger?

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