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Spoiler alert: This article contains spoilers for Fire & Blood and potentially House of the Dragon. The one rule of Westeros is that "all men must die." Throughout the years, fans of the series have watched their favorite characters die, and House of the Dragon is no different. Article continues...
Spoiler alert: The following article contains spoilers for House of the Dragon Episode 7 and George R.R. Martin's novel Fire & Blood. There are more calculations done on House of the Dragon than in a high school algebra class — however, the coldest, most calculating man of all has to be Otto Hightower (Rhys Ifans). Not only did he successfully set up his daughter Alicent (Olivia Cooke) with his bestie Viserys I, but Otto also managed to get rehired as the hand of the king after Viserys I fired him.
Spoiler alert: This article contains spoilers for House of the Dragon Episode 7. From the outset, the promise of House of the Dragon was that we would see plenty of dragons, and in Episode 7, we finally got to see one be claimed. The inciting conflict of the episode comes when Prince Aemond sneaks out in the middle of the night to claim Vhagar, the biggest dragon in the world. In doing so, he speaks quite a bit of Valyrian and left many people confused about what he was saying.
Spoiler alert: This article contains spoilers for House of the Dragon Episode 7. Every television show has its issues, but when the show has a budget of nearly $20 million per episode, we shouldn’t be able to see those issues at home. Nor should the issues hinder the quality of the episode to the point that it’s unwatchable. However, Episode 7 of House of the Dragon is very dark, and we don’t mean in plot (although the story is dark as well). We mean that it’s *literally* too dark to see what’s going on.
When Leonardo was first announced, we were skeptical as to what would set this show apart from other shows based on Leonardo Da Vinci's life. We were wrong to be hesitant as the murder-mystery format of the show has kept viewers on the edge of their seats all season long. Not only that, but the chemistry between Leonardo (played by Aiden Turner) and Caterina da Cremona (played by Matilda De Angelis) is chef's kiss.
Season 1 of NCIS: Hawai’i went out in a thrilling two-parter that crammed so much drama in, we could have used at least two more episodes just to process what happened. People were poisoned, the Batmanesque villain Silver Moon was still stirring up trouble, and a deadly explosion was thwarted by Jane (Vanessa Lachey). There were also some fireworks in the mix.
Spoiler alert: This article contains minor spoilers for HBO's House of the Dragon Episode 7. At the end of House of the Dragon Episode 6, we’re thrown for a loop when Laena Velaryon takes her own life during childbirth. Although we meet Laena when she’s younger, when we finally get to meet this grown-up version of Laena, she becomes our new favorite character. She and Daemon Targaryen learn to love each other, or so it seems, and she raises her children with wisdom and integrity.
AMC has been unveiling plenty of new series recently, including Dark Winds and Interview With the Vampire, as it continues to strengthen its original programming. But while Dark Winds has a future with the network, Kevin Can F--k Himself does not. The show was renewed for its second and current season this summer — and then promptly cancelled.
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