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If you're still processing the weekly craziness that went down on "Game of Thrones" last night, may we suggest checking out MTV Geek's weekly dose of deliciousness "Cooking with Thrones."
On this week's episode, host Steven Smith, Chelsea Monroe-Cassel, and Joe Kelly help you digest "And Now His Watch Is Ended" and a little dish called Varys' Tea Eggs.
Plus, if you stick around until the end, you'll hear from Maisie Williams aka Arya Stark, who recalls a time on set when she didn't understand the concept of continuity and had to keep eating biscuits.
Check it all out in the latest episode of "Cooking with Thrones."
UPDATE: AMC just announced that "Breaking Bad" will reported on August 11.
Even as we enter the height of summer movie season, there are few film events that can compare to what's coming this summer on the small screen. When "Breaking Bad" returns for a final eight episodes, the world will finally know how the story of Walter White ends.
As a nice primer for the upcoming season, AMC has posted an hour-long panel discussion with the cast of "Breaking Bad" (minus Skylar) and creator Vince Gilligan with Conan O'Brien as the host.
The talk goes in-depth without getting specific on the final season and looks at how we all got here. It's definitely worth taking the time to check out, especially if you're jonesing for your next hit of the blue stuff.
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Clear your calendar. Memorable day just got very busy.
That's because you will have seven and a half hours of new "Arrested Development" to watch on Netflix. And your math is rght; seven and a half hours means 15 episodes, one more than we previously expected.
That also means we'll have extra time to catch up with Michael, George-Michael, Buster, Lindsey, Gob, Lucille, George Sr., Buster, Maeby, and Tobias.
So now that we know when the show will be back, what are your plans for the return of "Arrested Development"? Let us know in the comments below and on Twitter!
Though we're still mourning the loss of our beautiful "30 Rock," we'll always have seven wonderful seasons of comedy to watch on Netflix any time we're sad. The buried jokes and refernces on "30 Rock" make a rewatching marathons and supercuts, like the one Film.com just put together, so enjoyable.
For this supercut, Film.com grabbed every movie reference made during the seven seasons of "30 Rock," and if you know anything about the tale of Liz Lemon, you know there are a lot of them, 16 minutes of them, in fact.
Try not to watch every second of the hilarity, and then celebrate 16 minutes well spent with a perfectly executed Chewbacca sound.
FX's "Fargo" TV series is now a reality. The network announced during its 2013 Upfront that it has ordered a 10-episode limited series based on the Coen brothers movie.
Joel and Ethan Coen are already on board with the project and will be executive producing it. "The Unusuals'" Noah Hawley is writing the series, while Warren Littlefield is executive producing as well. "Fargo" will premiere on FX in spring 2014.
If you're one of the 10 people who haven't been watching Vince Gilligan's "Breaking Bad" (seriously, stop what you're doing, and go watch it), we're going to give it to you straight: the show is as addictive as the methamphetamine that is bought and sold by the series characters.
Between the incredible talent on display, the sharp writing, and the jaw-dropping twists the story has taken, it's easy to become obsessed with the AMC drama. It's also why we weren't surprised to find out that according to Vulture, one of the final "Breaking Bad" scripts was stolen from star Bryan Cranston's car.
Bryan Cranston is just one of those guys that you trust when he tells you something. Even when he's dressed in full-on Heisenberg attire, he puts a natural veracity behind what he says, so for him to say that the final season of "Breaking Bad" will be a "roller coaster ride... to hell," we're inclined to believe him.
A new video from the Albuquerque set of the AMC show chats briefly with Cranson, Aaron Paul, Dean Norris, and Bob Odenkirk, who generally seem to be enjoying themselves and don't really want to talk about what will happen when the show returns in the summer.
Check out the featurette after the jump!
Don't let the title fool you — the parade is just beginning for "Parade's End."
Tonight (February 26) at 9 p.m. ET, HBO airs the first two installments of "Parade's End," director Susanna White and writer Tom Stoppard's five-part miniseries based on author Ford Madox Ford's novel series set in Europe during the threat of World War I. But the soldiers heading for the battlefield aren't the only ones at war; the miniseries focuses on the tumultuous marriage between Christopher and Sylvia Tietjens — played by future blockbuster stars Benedict Cumberbatch ("Star Trek Into Darkness") and Rebecca Hall ("Iron Man 3") — and what happens to their lives over the course of ten years.
Hall stopped by MTV News to talk about tonight's premiere of "Parade's End" and what viewers can expect to see. (Spoiler: expect the unexpected.)
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The folks over at MTV Geek have headed out to Toy Fair in New York City to see what must-have items will be hitting shelves in the coming months, and among their many exclusive looks, one has got us jonesing for another hit.
Mezco's new line of "Breaking Bad" figures is about as awesome as Toy Fair gets, and MTV Geek has your exclusive first look at the many forms of Heisenberg.
There's the hazmat suit bobble head of Walter White and a more traditional action figure of Bryan Cranston in full Heisenberg mode. Plus, you can snuggle up with one of the plush dolls, also available in hazmat and casual wear.
Head over to MTV Geek for their full Toy Fair coverage.
James Bond's 50th anniversary year might be over, but the obsession with his story isn't. In fact, a four-part mini-series based on 007 scribe Ian Fleming is in the works, and a leading man has already been picked to play the main character.
Variety is reporting that Dominic Cooper has been tapped to play Fleming. The mini-series is tentatively being called "Fleming" and will air on the UK channel Sky Atlantic.