Game of Thrones: The Exhibition is back in Toronto to celebrate the third season of the HBO series.
Community fans have one mantra when it comes to their favorite show: “Six seasons and a movie!” That tagline has been tweeted, blogged and yelled almost constantly since fans claimed it as their own to pay tribute to Community, one of the most tongue-in-cheek comedies on television that also has some of the most fervent fans around.
The inaugural Canadian Screen Awards were handed out in Toronto during two industry nights on Wednesday, February 27 and Thursday, February 28, and during a live telecast from the Sony Centre on Sunday, March 3.
The trophy doesn’t have a flashy nickname yet (I’ve been calling them the Screenies, but when I asked Richard Crouse, he thinks they should be affectionately called the “Gemininies”), but the Canadian Screen Awards represents the new honour for the best in Canadian film, television, and digital media.
If you asked most people to describe a Viking, they would probably mention something about horned helmets, raiding parties, and then they might just fizzle off without knowing what else to say. Thanks to Michael Hirst, the creator of The Tudors, and the writer for the Academy-Award winning film Elizabeth, the new dramatic series Vikings is bound to teach people a lot more about these Norse warriors, with a story that is atmospheric, intense, and unexpected.
The first full trailer for the third season of Game of Thrones has finally arrived, debuting online moments after it appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Tricia Helfer knows what it can be like having obsessed fans–she was the star of Battlestar Galactica, after all–so it seems only appropriate that in tonight’s episode of Community, she should get to play the other side of the table.
Need to know what’s going to be happening this month with our friends from Greendale? Look no further than the Community February calendar, which offers a glimpse into the adventures of Jeff, Britta, Abed, Troy, Pierce, Shirley, and Annie.
Rick Dale is the very talented man behind Rick’s Restorations–a company in Las Vegas that can turn anything old new again–and better known on History as the star of American Restoration.
Game of Thrones is the definition of an “epic series”, and with the latest promo for season three, which debuts on March 31, HBO is setting the stakes for what promises to be nothing short of all out chaos as war bears down on Westeros.